Little Harbour Guest House

Guest house in Looe, Cornwall

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Church Street, West Looe
PL13 2EX

Little Harbour Guest House, Looe

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Accommodation Description:

Little Harbour is a family run guest house in the historic heart of Looe. Little Harbour offers 5 en-suite rooms: 3 doubles, 1 twin, and 1 triple with a double bed with an additional single.

Lita and Jim, together with their beautiful Cameo Persian cat - Katamina Ginger Bean Carruth, offer a warm welcome to guests and visitors. The rooms are very comfortable, well presented, furnished to a high standard throughout and serviced every day. Many of the rooms have a view over Church Square and the cottage which was once the home of the 2 women who resided on Looe Island.

There is Sky TV in all rooms. Tea and coffee making facilities are in every room and a welcome pack includes toiletries, tissues and shower gel. Guests are welcome to come and go as they please and are provided with their own front door key for the convenience of 24 hour access.

A full English breakfast is served in addition to a self service buffet of cereals, muesli and yoghurts. A toast rack and percolated coffee with warmed milk complete the breakfast table. For visitors who are going out early on excursions and who would otherwise miss their breakfast, we provide a packed breakfast to take out.

This is particularly popular for visiting anglers and fishermen. Little Harbour provides an ideal base for visiting the south east of Cornwall . The guest house stands near to Looe River and harbour on the western side of the town.

It is named after the little harbour which used to extend from the main river to the outside of the building where boats used to moor alongside.

 3 star rating

From: £45.00

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