|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
Located in West Looe, St Crispin is the middle flat of a converted house which dates back to the late 1890's. Uninterrupted views of the Harbour, East Looe, Beach and out to Sea can be seen from both bedrooms and the Large bay window in the Lounge.
Set back from the main road, there is a secluded courtyard to the rear of the property which provides private access to the apartment.
Looe is built around an estuary which leads to the sea and most of the properties in West Looe are built on the hillside. The access to St Crispin is up a zig-zag slope from the road which leads round to steps at the back of the apartment to the main entrance. There are also steps up to Hannafore Lane which runs along the back of the house.
Unfortunately we don't have parking at the property, but there is free on street parking available on Hannafore Point (5-10 mins walk) or Pay and Display car parks on West Looe Quay (2 mins walk) or the Mill Pool Car Park (5 min walk along the harbour). You can stop close to the property to unload/load.
The property has been completely refurbished (April 2013) and new furnishings throughout.
St Crispin has a bright and airy lounge with a large Bay window, TV, DVD and Wi-Fi, plus Dining seating for 4 people.
Bedroom 1 has a king-size bed, wardrobe, bedside tables and chest of drawers. Bedroom 2 has twin beds, plus a wardrobe and bedside table. An additional bed can be put in Bedroom 1 to sleep a child or there is space for your own travel cot.
The Apartment also has a new bathroom with separate toilet and a new kitchen with a dishwasher, washing machine, fridge, cooker, hob and microwave.
Sleeps up to 4 (+1 baby/child sharing Bedroom 1) in 2 bedrooms
Car not necessary as you have many bus links and the train station connects to the main line at Liskeard.
Family friendly & Suitable for children of all ages
Unsuitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes: No pets allowed
No smoking at this property
Luxuries: Internet access, DVD player, Sea view
General: Central heating, TV, Wi-fi available
Standard: Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities: Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Washing machine
Rooms: 2 Bedrooms, 1 family bathroom
Furniture: Single beds (2), King bed (1), Dining seating for 4, Lounge seating for 4
Other: Linen and towels provided (please bring your own beach towels)
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
The property has stunning views from both 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.
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
This was the third time that we have stayed at St.Crispin. We keep going back because it's perfect. The location is ideal. Just a short walk from West Looe harbour and the ferry to East Looe. The views are outstanding. You can see across to East Looe where the children are crabbing on the quay. Over to the right you can see the sea and to the left you can see Looe bridge and the river. The apartment is spacious and light. Everything is spotlessly clean. Fresh white bed linen and plenty of fresh white towels. The kitchen has everything that you need. I always feel very comfortable staying here. The owner is very accomodating. I fully recommend staying here.
Lovely clean flat everything you need with fantastic veiws.
After a long journey we sat and took in the view from flat while eating our lovely cream tea left for us.
Will be back and would recommend .
We have just returned from a week at St Crispin. The apartment is very clean comfortable and cosy. It is also very well equipped and the owners seem to have thought of everything. It's a great view from the lounge and bedroom windows. We went out and about visiting Fowey Polruan Polperro and Plymouth but when we were is the apartment it's just lovely to sit and watch the world go by.
Hopefully we will be returning.
Lovely apartment in a great location. Fabulous views and very quiet. Apartment was immaculately clean and very well decorated and furnished. Excellent supply of utensils and cream tea on arrival was fab! Getting to the apartment is a bit of a climb up a steep slope but well worth it for the views. Good communication with owner. Highly recommended and we will be back. Thank you.
The location couldn't be better placed for views of the harbour. Well maintained throughout, it was like a home from home. A bit of a climb from the road when offloading from the car.
Free parking 10 mins walk away at hannafore point.
A 5 min walk to the nearest pub that does food, a 10 min walk into town across the bridge or 2 min walk to the ferry across the river (tide dependant).
Londis and Spar two mins away, bit pricey, would recommend doing a shop on the way if doing own cooking.
Plenty of pubs and restaurants across in East Looe. Shop around some restaurants are pricey.
There is a nice walk to Polpero along coastal path, quite challenging in parts but worth it for the view, get the boat back to see the wildlife (came across a dolphin and seal on our return).
We had a wonderful time and will be recommending St Crispins to family and friends, we will also return at some point (missing my chair in the window).
The apartment is very clean and was more than big enough for 2 adults and a child aged 2. The kitchen is well equipped and the information provided regarding the local area is very useful. The views are obviously superb and the bay window in the living room was a perfect spot to watch the New Year’s eve fireworks display. The ferry across to East Looe for 50p is very useful to access a wider range of pubs, restaurants and shops. Would recommend this highly to anyone thinking of booking a stay here.
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.
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
Please Note - During the Easter and Summer School holidays, any bookings which fall in these dates should start and/or finish on a Saturday.
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