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Badham Farm Holiday Cottages, Looe, Cornwall

Badham Farm Holiday Cottages
Badham Farm
St. Keyne

Looe
Cornwall

PL14 4RW | View map
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This former Duchy Farm set in 10 acres of the beautiful wooded East Looe Valley, has 9 luxury cottages, sleeping from 2 -10 people. Direct access to our own rail station with connections to West Coast Main Line, and ability to enjoy cheap car free days out. Facilities on site include tennis, fishing, games room, walking, bird watching,star gazing, licensed bar, and shop. This is an ideal centre from which you can explore all the major attractions of Cornwall, including Eden Project [30 minutes], Lost Gardens of Heligan[30 minutes] and Newquay[40 minutes].Only 15 miles from Plymouth and 2 miles off the A 38 and 3 miles from Looe and its sandy beaches. Peace and tranquility in a beautiful setting.

Group and single sex parties welcomed.Short break and long weekend holidays a speciality.

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Ratings/Awards: ETC 3-5 Star
Tourist Board Members: Yes
Months Open: All Year
Number of Units: 9
Unit Type: Cottages
Price Guide: From 120 (low) - 1200 (high); Ave high 675
Nearest Major Town: Looe
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Gardens for Guest Use - 10 acres
Suitable for Disabled
Dogs/Pets Welcome
Restaurant/Pub Nearby
Shop Nearby
Electric Cooking
Linen Provided
Washing Machine - & dryers
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