Osborne House is a magnificent 350 year old 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.View Details
Lantau Cottage is a fine example of an Elizabethan merchant's house located in the heart of Looe’s old town. It 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 panelled wall.View Details