Penvith Barns Luxury Bb And Alpaca Farm

Bed and Breakfast in Looe, Cornwall

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St. Martin
PL13 1NZ

Penvith Barns Luxury Bb And Alpaca Farm, Looe

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Penvith Barns is a fabulous place to stay in the winter-time. My hearty breakfast will set you up for whatever the day may bring. Our cosy centrally heated rooms will welcome you back from your excursions with a tumble dryer available for any wet-weather mishaps.

Autumn walks on the nearby South-West Coast Path or Winter Wanders whilst beachcombing are great ways to enjoy the county when all the holiday makers have gone home. There are plenty of great all-weather attractions to visit and Looe has some of the best restaurants in Cornwall to finish off your day. Our course our friendly herd of alpacas are just as happy to greet visitors whatever the time of year.

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From: £60.00

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