Cottages in Looe, Cornwall are a dream for family holidays or if you simply want to get away from it all and relax in idyllic surroundings, far from the rigours of daily life. Looe is a popular seaside town on the Cornish coast, known as a calm fishing centre, as well as the extraordinary seafood that the local restaurants serve, making self catering Looe holiday accommodation a wonderful option.
There is a great beach close to Looe, from cottages in Cornwall. Set on the sheltered coastline, the town is surrounded by little cove beaches, bays and cliff paths, which allow you to see some of the most beautiful sights in the whole of South East Cornwall. The South West Coastal Path leads from the town, making self catering Looe holiday accommodation a dream for walkers.
Families are exceedingly well catered for whilst staying in cottages in Looe, Cornwall. The town is a great place from which to organise deep sea fishing, shark fishing and mackerel fishing trips, as well as sailing, bird watching and of course, relaxing! There are a huge number of local attractions to explore from a self catering Looe cottage, including the Eden Project and the Lost Gardens of Heligan.
Looe is particularly popular as a scuba diving base. The waters that have made fishing in Looe so good also make scuba diving holidays to Looe, Cornwall some of the most celebrated in the region. The huge number of wrecks in the area mean that experienced divers come from all across the country to Looe holiday accommodation. Don’t worry though, if you are a beginner, there are plentiful diving schools from which to learn.
Cawsand is a charming little village in the forgotten corner of Cornwall. The narrow, winding streets of the village take you back in time to a forgotten time, and if you are looking to go rock pooling or surfing, there can be few places better for either in the whole of Cornwall.
Looe has its own train station, and Plymouth Airport is just 35 miles from a self catering Looe holiday cottage, so reaching your own little slice of peace is easy. However, to truly explore all that makes South East Cornwall such a popular destination, you should really have the use of a hire car.