Chy An Nor,
- Book a weeks holiday before the end of May and get a 20% DISCOUNT!!
- Sleeps: 4
- Bedrooms: 2
- Short Breaks: Yes
- Pets allowed: No
- Changeover day: Friday
- Smoke free property
- Property Code CHY
- Washing Machine
- Tumble Dryer
- Night Storage Heating
- Broadband Connection
- Golf Course nearby
- Nearby beaches
- Village location
- Nearby Pub
- Nearby shop
This cosy holiday cottage nestles among a row of traditional whitewashed cottages lining the lane that runs down to Looe harbour in beautiful Cornwall. Tastefully renovated throughout, Chy An Nor offers comfortable accommodation and is only a short walk from the bustling Looe town centre. A stable door opens into an open plan kitchen/diner, leading through to a warm sitting room and the master bedroom has a useful shower cubicle and beautiful vews over rooftops to the harbour and sea. The cottage also has the benefit of a reserved parking space within 150 yards. West Looe is prettier and more restful than East Looe but it is a pleasant walk along the quayside and over the bridge to the many shops, inns and restaurants on the other side. Alternatively guests can catch the passenger ferry that plies between the two towns. Looe also has a sandy beach, sheltered by the Banjo pier and visitors can enjoy beautiful coastal walks along the South West Coastal Path, take fishing trips, visit Looe Island or simply use this welcoming cottage as a base to explore Cornwall and enjoy the many attractions this Celtic county has to offer.
Kitchen/diner with table and chairs to seat four, electric hob, built-under electric oven, fridge with icebox, dishwasher, washer/dryer and microwave. A couple of steps lead up to the living room with two sofas, LCD TV, DVD, VHS, iPod docking station and portable radio/CD. A door leads to small rear courtyard, useful for storing beach equipment etc. Family bathroom with bath, hand held shower, hand basin and WC. Open tread stairs to bedroom. Double bedroom with 5ft king size bed, fitted wardrobe, hand basin, shower cubicle with electric shower and views across the rooftops to the harbour and sea. Twin bedroom with two 2ft 6in single beds and fitted wardrobe.
Parking: One allocated space in car park (permit provided), approx 150 yards from the cottage.
- Included: Bed linen, towels (no beach towels), WiFi, stair gate, electricity and heating (night storage).
- Telephone: Provided, charges may apply for outgoing calls. Mobile reception mixed.
- Local Facilities: Hannafore (West Looe) and East Looe beaches, half a mile. Other south coast beaches easily accessible by car. Shops, pubs and restaurants all in Looe. Polperro 4 miles. Plymouth 21 miles. Truro 29 miles.
- The Old Guildhall in Looe is one of the town's oldest buildings and has traditionally acted as the Town Hall, more recently it houses a fantastic museum of local history.
- Looe is home to a large number of pubs, restaurants, and shops that can provide anything you need while renting a holiday cottage in the area.
- A visit to Looe Island is possible in the summer months and there is a marked trail around the island that takes in the site of a of a Benedictine chapel built in 1139. It's also a wonderful place to explore the rich local wildlife.
- From adrenaline packed thrill rides to indoor play areas Flambards offers a full day of fun for the whole family.
- Trebah Garden, near Falmouth is a hidden gem in South Cornwall, where bright and colourful plant life give off an enchanting air and the Helford River sooths the soul.
- Finnygook beach is a lesser known, but beautiful sand and pebble beach in South Cornwall, with fantastic surf and wonderful local cafe's and restaurants, it's a sun, sea and sand seeker's dream.
- A visit to the world's largest indoor rainforest at the Eden Project is one of the must do attractions in Cornwall, with regular special events making for an unmissable day out.
- The Minack open air theatre stands on the cliffs near Land's End, and hosts a truly unique season of plays every year from May to September.
- Pendennis Castle in Falmouth introduces 450 years of history - from Henry VIII's coastal stronghold to a secret Second World War base. A wonderful visit, whatever the weather.
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