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Hotels in Looe

Fieldhead Hotel
Portuan Road
Hannafore

Looe
Cornwall

PL13 2DR | View map
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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 sea view rooms some with own balcony. Free on site parking. Award winning terraces and gardens. Magnificent sea views across Looe Bay. Heated swimming pool. 15 minute waterside walk or 3 minute drive to Town Centre. An excellent centre for visiting many National Trust properties in Cornwall and other attractions including The Eden Project. Cliff top and moorland walks. Looe has a great variety of Shops, Restaurants, Pubs and bustling fishing harbour. Looe and The Fieldhead Hotel appeals to every age.

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Nearest Train Station: Looe
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Ratings/Awards: AA 2 Star
ETC 2 Star Silver Award

Price per Room:

Double: 66 - 110
Twin: 66 - 110
Single: 32 - 44
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Cuisine: French/English

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Credit Cards Accepted
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Open All Year
Tourist Board Inspected
Swimming Pool
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