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Affording exceptional views of England's green and pleasant land from the living room, this family studio is perfect for those looking to get away from city life and explore the lush, undulating countryside of Cornwall. It overlooks the scenic Oaklands Park, and is just a ten-minute drive from Polperro Beach and East Looe Beach. Situated in a former hotel, the apartment itself is embellished by beautiful raw-wood in and around the kitchenette and living room. It has three beds in total – a king for parents and twins for children – all with super-soft 400-thread count linen. Perfect for resting those weary legs after hiking through the Cornish country.


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What to expect


Highlights

Head to Cornwall's beaches, Polperro Beach and East Looe Beach are a ten-minute drive

Head to Cornwall's beaches, Polperro Beach and East Looe Beach are a ten-minute drive

Enjoy a drink alfresco with calm countryside views

Enjoy a drink alfresco with calm countryside views

Rustle up simple meals at home in the beautiful kitchenette

Rustle up simple meals at home in the beautiful kitchenette

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Home truths

    It's an unusual distribution – a studio apartment with an additional twin bedroom

    If four people are staying, bear in mind the only bathroom is an ensuite off the main sleeping area

    There is a small kitchenette in the main sleeping area but for complex meals we recommend driving to one of the nearby towns

    We recommend having a car in this area

    Pets are permitted, just let your host know in advance

About this stay


Amenities

Desk / workplace

Laptop friendly workspace

Wi-fi

Pets allowed

Parking available

Garden

Bedrooms & bathrooms

2 bedrooms, 4 beds

1 bathroom

Extras


VIP services

Airport pick up

Arrange a chef

Baby sitting

Cab booking

Daily cleaning

Fridge fills

Laundry and dry cleaning

Luggage storage

Massage

Restaurant reservations

Extras are subject to availability. Please enquire with your host.

Local guide


About Looe

Straddling the River Looe, with East Looe on one bank and West Looe on the other, the town of Looe has been a desirable destination for summer holidays to the British seaside since the Victorian era. The river is both its lifeblood – the town is still a working fishing port – and its focal point. You’ll find that most activities cluster along its length, whether you’re crossing the charming...

Explore the area

Local restaurants, cafes, museums, sites and activities, recommended by our community of hosts and travel experts

Explore the Charming Locality of Polperro

Explore the Charming Locality of Polperro

Immerse yourself in the rich history and political significance of Polperro. Wander through its picturesque streets, admire the traditional cottages, and learn about its past as a smuggling hub.

Dine at Asquiths Restaurant

Dine at Asquiths Restaurant

Indulge in incredible, beautifully presented food with fabulous flavors. This understated venue offers a brilliant three-course meal and excellent service. A must-visit for food enthusiasts seeking top-quality cuisine.

Experience Colwith Farm Distillery

Experience Colwith Farm Distillery

Discover the art of vodka and gin making at Colwith Farm Distillery. Enjoy a guided tour, taste a variety of spirits, and even create your own version. A fun and informative experience for all.

Explore the Global Biomes at Eden Project

Explore the Global Biomes at Eden Project

Discover an eco-park filled with artificial biomes showcasing plants from around the world. Enjoy a variety of activities, including a high wire course and zip line, concerts, and educational workshops. Don't miss the delicious lunch options and the opportunity to explore the tropical biomes even on a rainy day!

Climb Smeaton's Tower

Climb Smeaton's Tower

18th-century lighthouse with stunning views of Plymouth Sound. Well-preserved, clean, and informative. Worth the £5 entry fee. Bring your camera for souvenir photos!

Explore Plymouth Gin Distillery

Explore Plymouth Gin Distillery

Discover the rich history of Plymouth Gin on an entertaining tour led by knowledgeable guides. Enjoy tastings and visit the cocktail lounge for a memorable experience.

Explore the Mayflower Steps Memorial

Explore the Mayflower Steps Memorial

Discover the historic significance of this accessible memorial, where you can read about the Pilgrim's voyage and admire the picturesque harbor. Don't miss the black plaque on Pilgrim's Ice Cream, marking the spot where the pilgrims set sail.

Dine at Rockfish Plymouth

Dine at Rockfish Plymouth

Fresh, sustainable fish and shellfish cooked simply in a New England-style beach shack setting. Enjoy outstanding food, extensive menu, and friendly staff. A pleasant surprise!

Stay at Coombeshead Farm

Stay at Coombeshead Farm

Experience a beautiful farmhouse accommodation with a relaxed atmosphere. Enjoy healthy, locally sourced meals and explore the farm to meet adorable animals.

Explore the Natural Beauty of Tamar Valley AONB

Explore the Natural Beauty of Tamar Valley AONB

With fabulous walks, stunning views, and a rich history, this park is a must-visit for keen walkers. Discover the beauty of Tamar Valley AONB and be captivated by its charm.

Dine at St Tudy Inn

Dine at St Tudy Inn

Discover this lovely inn with a friendly atmosphere. Enjoy exceptional meals in the restaurant and attentive service from the staff. A perfect place to dine and relax.

Explore the Political History at Buckland Abbey

Explore the Political History at Buckland Abbey

Delve into the rich political history of Buckland Abbey, a locality that offers a fascinating insight into the past. Discover the connections to Sir Francis Drake and immerse yourself in this historical gem.

Get around

Airport

Plymouth City

47 min

Cornwall Newquay

54 min

Exeter

1 hr 30 min

Train station

Looe

8 min

Bus stop

Fire Station

8 min

Local shops & services

Convenience store

7 min

Cafe

11 min

Pharmacy

9 min

Points of interest

Beach

East Looe Beach

14 min

Booking policies


House Rules

Children welcome (1-12 years)

Infants welcome (under 12 months)

Events possible (with prior approval)

Pets welcome

No smoking

Good to know

Arrival from 15:00

Departure before 10:00

On floor -1, steps only

Wifi speed: 26Mbps

No air con

Cancellation policy

  • Up until

    5

    days

    Cancel at least 5 days before your check-in date for a full refund.

  • Not eligible for a refund once your check-in date is under 5 days away.

Host


This home is managed by Rich

This home is managed directly by its owner who will be your point of contact before and during your stay. Rich and Johny are dedicated to making your time in Cornwall as memorable and enjoyable as possible, with a focus on beautiful properties in the Cornish countryside. They're available to help with recommendations on where to eat, the best places to visit and other useful tips that will help you plan your next adventure.

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