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Coastal trails, fishing villages, rock pools and sandy beaches are within reach of this ‘ideally located’ seafront B&B, up the riverside road from the centre. More

Contact details

The Beach House
Marine Drive, Hannafore,
Looe
Cornwall
PL13 2DH.
England
Tel 01503 262598,

Hotel information

Bedrooms

5

Open

All year except Christmas.

Facilities

Garden room, breakfast room, free Wi-Fi, terrace, ½-acre garden, beach opposite.

Background music

In breakfast room.

Children

Not under 16.

Dogs

not allowed.

Credit cards

MasterCard, Visa.

Prices

Per room B&B £100–£130.

Other reviews

Good Hotel Guide Review

Coastal trails, fishing villages, rock pools and sandy beaches are within reach of this ‘ideally located’ seafront B&B, up the riverside road from the centre. Rosie and David Reeve are the ‘superb hosts’. Take in super views over tea and home-made cake in the garden room when you arrive. Homely bedrooms are ‘spotlessly clean’ and stocked with tea- and coffee-making facilities, a fridge with fresh milk, ‘regularly replenished’ bottles of Cornish water. Three rooms are sea-facing; two have garden access. At breakfast, help yourself to fresh fruit, home-made muffins and yogurt; good hot options are cooked to order. The South West Coast Path runs past the front gate; the Reeves have advice on day-trips to Polperro. ½ mile from town centre.

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The Beach House
Marine Drive, Hannafore,
Looe
Cornwall
PL13 2DH.

Guest comments

'A wonderful stay. We were spoilt! Rosie looked after us superbly and everything was clean and spotless. Items in bath and bedroom were regularly replenished,and breakfast was a delight. Ideal position just outside Looe, overlooking the sunny sea, and ample space in private car park or in the road outside. ' - Christopher Maycock - April, 2013

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Tourist attractions

  • Looe

    A small fishing town, just a short walk from the hotel.

  • St. Catherine's Castle

    Built in 1536, as one of several fortifications built by Henry VIII along the south coast.

  • Hallagenna Farm

    Pony-trekking and hacking across Bodmin Moor.