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Located among the quaint old streets of East Looe, Osborne House is an immaculately presented historic house dating back 350 years. It is very well equipped for modern day living yet steeped in a rich history with many original features offer discerning guests a flavour of days long gone. With quality furniture and soft furnishings throughout, guests will appreciate the attention to detail. The house is normally let from Saturday to Saturday during the peak season but we offer long weekend breaks during other times. The house is ideally situated just a few paces from East Looe’s sandy beach, historic harbour and many cafes, bars and restaurants. It is no-smoking property and we regret that we can't take pets. The house has nearby parking for 2 cars including 1 space in the beachside carkpark and one in the Millpool carkpark.
About the Owner
Response Time:Within a few hours
Listed Since:October 2016
Interaction with guests:
We work with our locally established sister business, Holiday-Home-Help, to ensure guests have a smooth and hassle free holiday experience. At the time of booking we take an initial deposit and the balance is normally due two months before arrival. Upon receipt of the final balance we send guests all of the joining instructions that include directions, access details and check-out guide. Guests are also given the contact details of our maintenance team in case you need any help during your stay. If you have any questions about our houses and forthcoming vacation plans then please do not hesitate to ask.
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About the neighbourhood
The seaside town of Looe keeps visitors entertained all year round whilst still retaining a working fishing port. Stand on the quayside in the evening and watch the boats return before dining on fresh fish in a local restaurant. The town prides itself on its fresh fish, and be it award winning fish and chips near the river or gourmet menus in smart restaurants overlooking the harbour, you know you won't be disappointed. To work all that food off, Looe is a great place for walking. The South West Coast Path passes through the town, plus there are countless walks in the beautiful countryside, or along the two rivers that flow inland. For children there's a safe sandy beach with rock pools beside and crabbing in the harbour.
Looe is a great base for exploring other parts of Cornwall which can be done either by bus, train or car. There are also regular boat trips (weather permitting) from the harbour that will take you to neighbouring Polperro.
Car not needed
How to get there
Airport: Exeter International: 90.0 km
Railway: Looe International Terminal: 2.0 km
Ferry: Plymouth: 20.0 km
Osborne House is located in the heart of East Looe and very close to the beach. It's a 10 - 15 minute walk to the train station which connects Looe with the main London to Penzance line at Liskeard. If travelling by car Looe is less than 30 minutes from Plymouth and the Cornish border. For overseas visitors Plymouth has a ferry terminal and the nearest airports are at Exeter, Newquay, Bristol and London.