Looe

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If you're looking for a quiet hidden gem from which to explore everything Cornwall has to offer, look no further than Looe. The little fishing village is tucked into the south east of the county and benefits from a slow, relaxed quality of life.

The town itself is full of 16th and 17th century architecture. Being so close to the sea, the town is renowned for its wealth of fantastic cafes and restaurants – serving everything from fish and chips to high end cuisine. The nearby East Looe Beach is perfect for a traditional family trip. It is backed by a lovely terrace and is only a short hop from the town centre.

Regardless of what you are after, Looe will have the perfect accommodation for your holiday.

Killigarth Manor Holiday Park

Make the most of Cornwall’s war and sunny southern coast at Killigarth Manor Holiday Park. All residents can make use of the wide array of on-site facilities – including a heated indoor pool, gym and fitness suite and various forms of evening entertainment. Just a short walk from the site and you will find yourself on Talland Bay – perfect for a dip in the sea or playing down on the beach.

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If you’re looking for an overlooked gem right in the heart of Cornwall, look no further than Looe. A holiday there is a great excuse to make the most of the slow quality of life, from the charm of Polperro to the wide open swathes of Bodmin Moor.

 

That is not to say life in Looe borders on dull, there are a wide range of activities and events on offer throughout the year – especially during the summer. Regardless of what you are planning to do, you can be sure to find the perfect accommodation – from a quaint B&B, to a plush hotel or luxury holiday park.

 

How to get there

Looe most easily accessible by road and will take little more than five hours driving from London. Roads can become crowded during the peak months of summer, so it may be best to hop on the train. But beware, it runs in the daytime only, so plan in advance.

  • Car: The best way to get to Looe by car is via the M5 and A38, crossing the River Tamar at Plymouth on the way. Continue to Trerulefoot and take the first exit at the roundabout on the A374. Follow this road for a mile before taking a right onto the A387 to Looe.
  • Train: The station at Looe is on the Looe Valley Line and connects to the Great western Line at Liskeard. This station is easily accessed from London, Bristol and Plymouth. Be aware that the Looe Valley Line only runs during the day so you may have to get a bus or a taxi – Liskeard is about ten miles away.

Where to stay

Although situated in Cornwall, one of the UK’s most popular tourist destinations, Looe is not geared around holiday makers in the same way at the likes of Newquay or Plymouth. That is not to say you won’t be able to find somewhere prefect for your holiday. When you have to look a little bit harder you know you have more chance of finding that hidden gem right in the middle of the Cornish countryside. Whatever you’re after, Looe will have the right place at the right price.

What to see

Being a small coastal town, a lot of Looe’s charm lies in it being a picturesque working fishing village. It acts as the perfect relaxing base as you set out on day-long adventures, exploring everything Cornwall has to offer – Plymouth is little over 20km away and Liskeard is about 11km to the North.

Looe itself is most famous for its wonderful beaches. Downderry is made up of shingle and sand and is great for a long leisurely walk. If you’re after something a little more traditional for a family holiday head down to East Looe Beach – it is backed by a lovely terrace and is close to the town.

For days away from the beach, there is a winding network of beautiful footpaths and walks. The train from Boscastle to Looe is known as Smuggler’s Way and takes you through Brown Willy, Rough Tor and Bodmin Moor before ending up in Looe.

Adventure and activities

Being near the sea, Looe benefits from having natures very own playground right on its doorstep. It is the perfect destination for a traditional family holiday. As you would expect with a working fishing village Looe is known around Cornwall for its selection of restaurants – serving everything from fish and chips to fine seafood. To really get involved, head out on an organised mackerel fishing trip will give you a taste of the seafaring life. Head to the Gulf stream around 25 miles out and spot blue sharks.

Sometimes it is best just to experience the relaxed way of life – head into the town early and watch the fish being auctioned off first thing in the morning. Whatever you’re after, Looe is the perfect location for an unforgettable holiday.

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