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Self-Catering in Looe

East Trenean Farm, Looe, Cornwall

East Trenean Farm

PL13 1QN | View map

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Luxury 200 year old grade 2 listed holiday barns in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Very quiet and relaxing. Only 3 miles from the fishing port and sandy beaches of Looe. 1 mile from A38 into Cornwall. Ground floor bedrooms with own private entrances and en suite bathrooms. Large light contemporary rooms with high quality fixtures, fittings and furnishings. Fully reclining armchair to relax in twin/double room. 32"TV, DVD, hair dryer and tea/coffee tray. Parking and free WIFI. We have our own water supply so you can have lovely Cornish spring water from the tap.

Breakfast is available in our 300 year old farmhouse and includes home made bread and lovely fresh eggs from our free range hens. Very comfortable beds. One room can be arranged as single beds or as a large double bed and the other has a king size bed. White Egyptian cotton bedding, sumptuous goose down pillows and duvets. Hypo-allergenic bedding available for allergy sufferers. Non smoking. No pets. Travel cots (no bedding) and high chairs available. Very clean. Surrounded by Pretty gardens. We have 10 acres of our own land with grazing sheep. Come and visit our nanny goat with her 2 babies, our chickens, ducks, geese and goslings.

10 minutes to south coast and 35 minutes from north coast

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