Osborne House

A magnificent 350 year old five bedroom Cornish town house which, in the 1800s, was originally the home of a wealthy merchant. During the last century it was a sweet shop, and more recently a thriving restaurant. Today it is a fully restored family home, retaining many original features including wooden beams - one of which is reputed to have come from the defeated Spanish Armada.

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Lantau Cottage

A fine example of an Elizabethan merchant's house located in the heart of Looe’s old town. This five bedroom house was built for a ship trader in the early 1600s and is packed with character including gabled ceilings, wonky floors, a winding stair that includes a ship's mast and, in one bedroom, a stunning medieval paneled wall.

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These self-catering cottages are located in East Looe, an excellent position to explore all of Cornwall. Both are in the heart of the old town and close to the beach which is at the end of the street. Each house has Wifi as well as allocated parking for two cars. 

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What Guests Say

Super house ideal for multi generation family holidays. Very nicely decorated with a nautical theme throughout, the house is spacious, comfortably sleeps 12 and benefits from four toilets/bathrooms. Location couldn't have been better with the beach and harbour just a stone's throw away. A big thanks to James and team for the smooth booking process and clear joining instructions, and we'd love to return.


Once again we enjoyed a lovely holiday as a family spanning three generations! The property is excellently located being of equal distance to the beach and harbour, both only a short walk away. The cottage itself has absolutely everything you need including a new kitchen which is a real plus. All in all, a really lovely holiday was had by all !


Jackie B

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Things to See & Do



Looe's main beach offers soft golden sand and slopes gently to provide safe swimming and a regular sun trap



The South West Coast Path passes through the town, plus there are countless walks in the countryside, or along the two rivers.



Stand on the quayside in the evening and watch the boats return before dining on fresh fish in a local restaurant.