Two Tides Cottage is a stunning, two-storey cottage situated in Looe, Cornwall.
You enter through the front door to a cosy porch area where you can leave your coats on the hooks and kick off your boots.
Along the hallway are three bedrooms: one double, one small double and one adult bunk room.
Each bedroom has been equipped with modern furnishings to house all your personal items, with both double bedrooms having magnificent views across the harbour and surrounding town, plus their own Juliet balconies.
This can be seen right from your bed when you wake up of a morning, a lovely way to start your day.
There is a contemporary bathroom, with the choice of a bath and shower over.
A staircase leads down to the lower floor where there is an open-plan living space.
Relax and unwind in the lounge with its comfortable sofas and warming electric woodburning-effect stove.
This room also has beautiful views over the river and unique artwork on the walls, which gives this room a wealth of character.
Step into the kitchen, which is well-equipped with everything you could need for a self-catering family holiday and all appliances are completely modern.
Also accessed from the lower ground floor is the sandstone patio area with a table and chairs for six which overlooks the river, where you can enjoy the afternoon and evening sunshine - the perfect spot for a barbecue after a day on the beach.
There is also a convenient downstairs WC.
Looe is a popular tourist and coastal town, with so many attractions, it'll be hard to fit them all into your stay.
One of the biggest being East Looe Beach, with its famous Banjo Pier and soft sand, perfect for day trips with the family.
Stretch out on your beach towels and soak up the sun for a lovely tan, bring a picnic to spend the day with lovely views across the water.
You can also enjoy lots of swimming in Looe Bay.
For the history enthusiasts, why not visit Old Guildhall Museum and Gaol?
With its artefacts dating back hundreds of years, and many historical objects to be found.
Looe also has a wealth of cafes and bakeries where you can enjoy fish and chips, a cornish pasty or a cream tea.
There are a number of characterful pubs (some with live music) and restaurants to suit all budgets.
Keen cooks can buy freshly-caught fish on the quay, unless of course you’ve managed to catch it yourself.
Two Tides Cottage is a wonderful base for exploring the coastal town of Looe.