2 Bedrooms, Sleeping 4, in a quiet area, 1 minute from the waterside
We have holidayed in Looe a number of times and fell in love with the area and the people. We are so pleased to have a base that we can use when in Looe and hope we have made it as homely as possible so that you will like staying there as well.
Louise purchased this Apartment in 2013
Why Louise chose Looe
The property has stunning views from the bedrooms and the large bay window in the Lounge - you can lose time just looking out the window watching the Fishing boats or gazing out to sea or into the town.
What makes this Apartment unique
Close to all the amenities but away from the main town hustle and bustle its the perfect location for either an energetic walking holiday or a relaxing beach break
100% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 14 days before check-in date.
Stay in August 19
Property was as stated in listing, clean, well equipped and beautifully decorated. Loved waking up to the view each morning. Was plenty of things to do in Looe to keep the kids occupied, can recommend mackerel fishing!
Lovely apartment in excellent location. Great views make breakfast a pleasure!! Looe is a great place and is certainly on the up!
St Crispin, Looe
The unit was a delight, with absolute beautiful view over Looe, had a great week and would highly recommend, but beware the hills, they can be a bit daunting. Jack & Helen, Adelaide Australia.
We absolutely loved staying at St Crispin. The views are stunning. I loved sitting in the living room watching the sun set shining on East Looe and the water. You can see all of the boats going in and out of the harbor. St Crispin is very clean and tidy and an easy walk to everywhere in Looe. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. My mother in law wanted to stay forever.
Lovely flat with wonderful views
My sister and I enjoyed our stay at St Crispin, although we would have liked a bit more sunshine! However, when it was too cold to stay out later in the afternoon we enjoyed sitting in the window and watching all that went on over and on the river. We travelled by train and managed to get around both on foot and on the buses with our free passes. It was good to have carpets throughout the flat instead of the rather 'uncosy' woodblock flooring which seems to be favoured by so many people nowadays. It was also nice to have a separate kitchen. Our problem with the lighting circuit fusing after the hall bulb went one evening was dealt with very swiftly the next day. Sorry about the strip light in the kitchen which fell down of its own accord late in the evening before we left (we weren't even in the kitchen!). We could only leave a note about it, so hope someone was able to sort it out after we left.
Daphne (and Val) Palmer.
Brilliant location and such a lovely homely apartment.
Loved our stay. Great location with amazing views, we watched the boats go in and out.
Accommodation was clean and homely. The only negative was the Wi-fi which wasn’t great (not a major negative, More so for the kids).
We’d stay again!
The West Country / Cornwall region
With miles of Sandy Beaches, Rugged Coast lines, Historical Landmarks and Rolling countryside, Cornwall is the perfect place for a relaxing seaside break or an exploring adventurous holiday.
The wide open spaces and views for miles around create a calm environment to spend your holiday and the milder climate in the West Country, means that Spring starts earlier and Winter is shorter.
Throughout Cornwall there is a wide and varied selection of entertainment and activities including the Eden Project, National Trust Properties & Gardens, Golden Sandy Beaches for Surfing, Crealy & Flambards Theme Parks, the Monkey or Seal Sanctuary or Paradise Park.
The Looe area
Looe is a bustling Fishing town with a fantastic range of interesting shops & restaurants and local amenities. The Sandy Beach is the perfect location for entertaining adults & children, whilst there are many coastal walks leading to Polperro and beyond.
The Looe train station links you to the mainline station at Liskeard giving you direct access to the main Cornwall and Devon towns like Truro, Plymouth, Falmouth and Penzance; plus there are local buses to the surrounding villages and towns.
Many of the boats in the harbour are working fishing vessels which you can take a trip on for a few hours or the Glass Bottom takes you around Looe Island to see the underwater world.
St Georges Island or 'Looe Island' is a Nature Sanctuary run by Cornwall Wildlife Trust which can be visited in the summer months by boat from the Harbour.