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Portbyhan Hotel
The Quay
Looe
Cornwall

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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 provides guests with great views of 'hustle and bustle' going on everyday in the picturesque harbour. The family run hotel has a reputation for being one of the most popular hotels in Looe purely through recommendations by guests who have stayed in the hotel. All the guest bedrooms in the hotel are en-suite, spacious, clean, comfortable and come with all the modern facilities guests expect such as Colour TV, Telephone and Radio. Many bedrooms have fantastic views of the harbour and/or town. Portbyhan restaurant is situated to provide fantastic views across the quayside and prides itself on great food and great service, offering guests an A'la Carte menu. The Looe fish market is directly opposite the hotel restaurant on the opposite side of the river which means the chefs can prepare dishes such as 'Moules Mariniere' or scallops with the freshest fish caught that morning.

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