UM2
<h1>LOOE HOLIDAYS</h1> holiday cottages

LOOE HOLIDAYS

Narrow streets, a working harbour and scenic views

Looe cottages

Visit Looe

Tight, narrow streets, stunning coastal views and a quaint harbour make Looe the quintessential Cornwall holiday destination.  As a much thriving fishing port, the morning fish market signals the start of the day in Looe providing customers with freshly caught produce from the local waters. The town is also a constant hub of activity with its shops, cafes and restaurants, and local attractions.

Looe Cottages

Our selection of Looe cottages are guaranteed to make your stay perfect. We have a wonderful selection of accommodation options to suit groups of all sizes, from family-friendly havens to smaller romantic retreats.

Search cottages

The Ultimate Cornwall Beach Guide

From golden sandy stretches to rocky coves, Cornwall has an incredible range of beaches to visit across the county. Read our ultimate beach guide and discover some of the best you can visit.

Read More

A local's guide to Lostwithiel

Lostwithiel in South Cornwall is an ancient stannary town with its own impressive circular castle and medieval history. Close to the delightful Polperro Heritage Coast, it is the perfect location for lovers of both coast and country.

Luxury sea view cottages in Cornwall

Renowned for its pristine beaches, cerulean waters, charming harbours populated by colourful boats and rugged coastal paths, the Cornish peninsula makes for an idyllic destination for a seaside holiday in the UK. Whether you visit in the winter to watch the powerful breakers crashing against the cliffs, or in the summer to paddle in the aquamarine waters, the lure of the Cornish sea proves irresistible to many. We have chosen five luxury sea view cottages in Cornwall to inspire your next coastal getaway…

A twin town

Looe is split into two, with East and West Looe both providing different attractions for visitors. On the east side, you’ll find East Looe beach, one of the most popular family beaches in Cornwall. The west side provides a more rocky experience with plenty of opportunities for rock pooling fun with the kids.

There are plenty of things to do in Looe. Just off the coast is Looe Island, which can be easily reached by local ferry, while other popular attractions in the area include Porfell Wildlife Park and The Monkey Sanctuary. A key date in the town's calendar is the Looe Music Festival, held annually in September, attracting a line up of top musicians.

If you’re looking for a taste of fresh local food, Smugglers Cott, The Old Sail Loft and Bridge Grill are a few of our favourite eateries in the town.

Stay in Media Limited is registered in England and Wales. | Registered office: Travel Chapter House Gammaton Road Bideford EX39 4DF | Company No. 07391123 | VAT reg: 107706918