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Sleeps 8 adults Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 1 Pets Not accepted Region Cornwall Town/village Looe

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St Michaels, near Looe

St. Michaels is an executive modern home with panoramic views over the beach, sea and river. This excellent semi-detached 3 storey property is in an elevated position in the exclusive Hannafore area of Looe. Hannafore beach with its mixture of rocky pools and pockets of soft sand is perfect for families who want to relax in the sun and watch the wildlife - sightings of seals, dolphins, herons, oyster catchers and egrets are common here. The Hannafore Point Hotel is located within a 5 minute walk and is open to non-residents wishing to use all the facilities, such as the pool, gym and sauna (at extra cost). There are nearby tennis courts, pitch and putt, bowling, boules and wonderful coastal walks. The South West Coast Path meanders through Looe and on to Talland Bay, Polperro and beyond and the coastal scenery is spectacular. Looe offers many boat trips, including fishing trips where you can take home your own catch, speed boat rides, glass bottom boat excursions and coastal cruises, all bookable from the harbour less than 10 minutes' walk away. From the Quay a short boat taxi across to East Looe (40p, tide permitting) offers a long sandy beach, many bars, shops and restaurants, gift shops and art galleries. For days out, both the acclaimed Eden Project and Plymouth are within 40 minutes' drive, and the Cornish city of Truro is just over an hour away. This spacious accommodation is beautifully decorated in calm, neutral colours and comfortable, modern and contemporary furnishings. Accessed through an electronic key pad gate system, a sloped pathway and 34 steps lead up to the front door. The downstairs hallway leads into a large lounge/diner with French doors opening out onto an attractive decked verandah with spectacular coastal views. A dog-leg staircase winds up to the first floor where there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom. More stairs lead to the second floor and a luxurious king size bedroom with huge windows to make the most of the coastal scenery, an ensuite bathroom and dressing area. Outside there is a large decked verandah with a glass ballustrade and additional side patio area both with fabulous views over the whole of Looe.

Accommodation: Ground Floor: Hallway. Lounge/Diner with TV/DVD, flame effect fire, dining table and seating for 8. Kitchen with electric hob and cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. Cloakroom with WC and basin. First Floor: Bedroom 1 with Double. Bedroom 2 with Double. Bedroom 3 with Bunk. Family Bathroom with shower over bath, WC and basin. Second Floor: Bedroom 4 with King, TV/DVD and ensuite with shower over bath, WC and basin. Dressing area with tumble drier.

Facilities and Services: Linen and towels. Gas CH. WiFi. No smoking. Regret no pets. Highchair. Iron & ironing board. Garden furniture. Parking under car port 3 minutes' walk from the house via Hannafore Lane. Short breaks available out of season. Arr/Dep for weekly bookings is Saturday. Please Note: There is a £100 returnable cleaning/breakages deposit in addition to the rental fee.

  • Dishwasher
  • Freezer
  • High chair
  • Washing Machine
  • Wireless Broadband
  • Parking, Private


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Standard check-in is 4pm and standard check-out is normally 10am on your day of departure. In some cases these times vary. Always check your booking confirmation paperwork for correct timings or ask your local agent.


Looe is a picture perfect coastal town; divided by the river East Looe has a traditional fishing harbour and a wide variety of shops, cafes and a large sandy beach. West Looe also has many restaurants to choose from, and visitors can walk right up to the Hannafore Point which has lovely views of the sea and Looe Island.

Less than 5 miles away is Polperro, another beautiful and unspoilt fishing village which has a Heritage Centre of Smuggling & Fishing and several traditional pubs along the waterfront. From both these harbours there are regular fishing trips available out to sea and boat trips across to Looe Island which is a beautiful nature reserve. This is a haven for local wildlife and there are organised guided walks where visitors can spot seals and seabirds.

This is a perfect location for walks along the South Coast, and with easy reach of Looe are the sandy beaches of Plaidy & Millendreath. The Looe golf club just outside of the town has stunning panoramic views of the coastline. Just on the sea front of East Looe is the towns Guildhall Museum which displays much of the ports ancient smuggling and boat building history.

A fantastic day out is the Monkey Sanctuary in St Martins, as well as being a home to rescued monkeys the centre also has a bat and wildlife room and gardens. The Looe Valley railway is a lovely scenic line which follows along the East Looe River.


Cornwall is the most western part of the South West of England and is a very popular holiday destination with its array of golden sand beaches and dramatic cliff top scenery. The Cornish peninsular is bordered by sea, north, south and west with just one (land based) entrance and exit route over the eastern border to Devon. Traditionally fishing, mining and agriculture were the mainstays of the local economy but tourism has since replaced these. Cornwall boasts thousands of acres of un-spoilt moorland protected as an area of outstanding natural beauty. All year round, the 630 miles of coastal walks (preserved in part by the National Trust and Duchy of Cornwall), are enjoyed by walkers of all ages. Cornwall is known for its mild climate giving rise to the plethora of botanical & specialist gardens like the Eden project, Trelissick and the Lost Gardens of Heligan. By escaping to Cornwall you can thoroughly immerse yourself in the many contrasts that draw visitors year after year. From the picturesque fishing villages steeped in history to the iconic Eden Project, looking to the future. Survey the changing landscape from moorland to the dramatic & varied Cornish coastline. Sample the freshest gourmet offerings from the abundance of local produce or simply find a quiet spot and unwind with a Cornish clotted cream ice-cream! Wherever you choose to hang up your boots, you will never be far from the sea.

South West

England’s peninsula incorporates the counties of Cornwall and Devon, Dorset, Wiltshire, Gloucestershire, Somerset and Bristol. This region is mostly rural so is perfect to escape the everyday hustle and bustle, whether relaxing with the family by the seaside or exploring the wild moors and rugged coastline. The area boasts hundreds of beautiful sandy bays to choose from and fantastic surfing opportunities. The historic cities of Exeter, Bath and Gloucester are definitely worth a visit, and with transport links all the way down to Penzance even the famous Lands End and remote Isles of Scilly can be reached.

Area Cornwall Nearest shop 0.1 miles Nearest pub 0.1 miles


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