- Sleeps: 4
- Bedrooms: 2
- Short Breaks: Yes
- Pets allowed: Yes
(£25 each per week)
- Changeover day: Saturday
- Smoke free property
- Property Code SHUTTA
- Washing Machine
- Golf Course nearby
- Nearby beaches
- Village location
- Nearby Pub
- Nearby shop
- Central Heating
- Enclosed Garden
This lovely apartment is located on the top floor of a recently refurbished vicarage with wonderful views of the estuary through its Gothic arched windows. Well proportioned rooms, with period features that the owners have been at pains to retain, combined with tasteful furnishings and décor to create a special and restful holiday destination. The remainder of the vicarage is run by the owners as an exclusive B & B and they are very happy to provide breakfast to apartment guests if they want to avoid early morning catering during their stay (for a modest additional charge). Relax in the walled garden with its manicured lawns, or stroll down to the bustling harbour to watch the fishing boats. The town itself provides a host of diversions, with an abundance of quality pubs, restaurants and shops. The sandy beach and Banjo pier provide plenty of entertainment for young families and the South West Coastal Path runs along this beautiful and rugged coastline.
Previous guests' comments:
"We've had a lovely few days break. The apartment is great and we will recommend it to friends..." January 2013.
"Many thanks for our much needed break in your wonderful apartment - we are now on countdown until we are back again!" January 2013.
"Relaxing week in a really relaxing apartment. Good hosts, good breakfasts, spacious rooms and gothic windows are lovely. Real special place - hope to be back again!" September 2012.
Separate door to stairwell leading up to the apartment. Living/dining room with lovely views over the gardens to the estuary, feature fireplace, large sofa, armchair, TV, DVD and dining table to seat four. Kitchen with electric cooker, microwave, washing machine and fridge with ice box. Master double bedroom with lovely views through the Gothic arched windows, 5ft king size bed and hand basin. Twin bedroom with two 3ft single beds. Family bathroom with Victorian roll top bath, shower over and hand basin. Separate WC.
Front large communal walled garden with extensive lawn and ample garden furniture.
Parking: Garage parking on site.
- Included: Bed linen, towels (no beach towels), electricity and central heating (gas).
- Telephone: Not provided. Mobile reception mixed.
- Local Facilities: Beach 15 minutes walk. Other beaches are easily accessible by car. Shops, pubs and restaurants all in Looe. Polperro 4 miles. Plymouth 19 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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