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Arch Deacon Restaurant
"After looking around for a place to eat we choose the Arch Deacon. We had to wait to be seated which was not a problem and made us think there ..." More

Moonlight Restaurant
"Can't praise this place highly enough. Efficient, great atmosphere, very reasonably priced food - without compromising on quality or portion size. First ate here about a month ago and have returned twice ..." More

Barclay House
"Great hotel, superb food, the attention to detail was obvious at all times and made our stay very enjoyable. I would have no hesitation in recommending this hotel to anyone. ..." More

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Historical seaside town has everything ever wished for. This stunningly picturesque place encompassing a Harbour and busy fishing port, renowned for it’s shark fishing, narrow winding streets, antique, and Craft shops, Tea Rooms, and impressive 9 arch bridge, and Harbour Quay. The shady smuggling history and birth place of blood thirsty pirate Robert Colliver, born 1660 and baptised in St Martins Church, which hides from the wind under the brow of a hill. Tales of the pirates are regaled in splendour on the seafront. Stand on banjo pier today and watch the fishing boats return. The Contraband often dropped off at Looe Island once home to a Monastic community in Medieval times, has 12th Century cells, boat trips are a way of enjoying this small island. One way to fully absorb the beauty of the coastal and inland walks, is to sojourn one of the many paths and trails. The town ’Heritage Trail’ takes a tour of historical buildings. With an 18 hole golf course, Tennis, bowling and fishing trips, or the delightful Museum housed in a 16th Century former courthouse or Monkey Sanctuary with woodland trails and tree top café, what else could be dreamt of.

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Globe Inn
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Grapevine Restaurant
Moonlight Restaurant
Peking Gardens Chinese Restaurant
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Cornish Bakehouse
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Ginger in Looe
Pendragon Crafts
Prisks of Looe
Ruby's Designs
The Shell Shop
Presto's
Miss Marples Tea Room
Kernow Cafe
Harveys Fish Bar
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Places to Stay near East Looe

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Bay View Apartments (0.10 miles)

Bay View Apartments
Bay View was formerly an elegant Victorian residence build in 1894 and now converted to spacious holiday apartments, each one occupying a complete floor, except our St George's apartment which occupies two floors. They are ... More | visit website
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Little Harbour (0.14 miles)

Little Harbour

Little Harbour is a family run guest house in the historic heart of Looe. Lita and Jim, together with their beautiful Cameo Persian cat - Katamina Ginger Bean Carruth, offer a warm welcome to ... More | visit website

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The Old School House (0.16 miles)

The Old School House

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The Old School House has been beautifully restored as a luxury 3 bedroom apartment and directly overlooks the harbour to provide one of the best holiday locations in ... More

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Hannafore Point Hotel (0.20 miles)

Hannafore Point Hotel
The Hannafore Point Hotel in West Looe is a luxurious town-house style hotel with panoramic coastal views from St. George's island and on past Rame Head.

The hotel's Headland Restaurant offers table d'hote and a la ... More | visit website
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Fieldhead Hotel (0.23 miles)

Fieldhead Hotel

The Fieldhead Hotel offers a very high standard of hotel services and comfort being in the top 10% in Cornwall. Wonderful freshly prepared food from extensive daily changing menus including the Great British Breakfast. Clean, bright, airy, ensuite ... More | visit website

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Portbyhan Hotel (0.23 miles)

Portbyhan Hotel

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The Portbyhan hotel is located quayside in the heart of the beautiful cornish fishing town of West Looe. West Looe is still a functioning fishing town and the hotel's location ... More

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The Moorings (0.27 miles)

The Moorings
Welcome to the Moorings, Our beautiful Bed and Breakfast is located right in the centre of Looe. Next to the harbour and a stones throw from all the pubs and restaurants. Looe's sandy beach is ... More | visit website
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Shutta House (0.53 miles)

Shutta House

Shutta House offers exceptional guest accommodation minutes walk from the picturesque fishing village of Looe. Situated in east Looe in the historic district of Shutta the property is a fine Victorian house with distinctive gothic features ... More | visit website

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Barclay House (0.71 miles)

Barclay House
Featured in the 2012 Good Hotel Guide.

.......Located on the edge of East Looe in an historic Cornish fishing town lies Barclay House. Originally a Victorian family villa of uncomprising architecture, this 12 bedroom hotel ... More | visit website
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Windermere House (1.36 miles)

Windermere House

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Windermere House, an award winning three star, luxury bed & breakfast with ample level free parking is situated in peaceful countryside overlooking superb views of rural pastures leading down to ... More

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