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Hannafore Point Hotel
Marine Drive
Looe
Cornwall

PL13 2DG | View map
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The Hannafore Point Hotel in West Looe is a luxurious town-house style hotel with panoramic coastal views from St. George's island and on past Rame Head.

The hotel's Headland Restaurant offers table d'hote and a la carte menus, using fresh, local ingredients including fish bought daily from the fish market.

Guests can relax and enjoy the views from Raffles Lounge Bar . . . .

or the more lively Island Bar on the ground floor.

Looe is one of Cornwall's prettiest and most interesting fishing villages. East Looe has a charming maze of narrow streets and antique shops, traditional pubs and a vibrant quayside fish market. A magnificent sandy beach is separated from the river mouth by the Banjo Pier. The town is 15 minutes walk from the Hotel.

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Ratings/Awards: AA/ETB 3 Star
Number of Rooms: 37
Number Ensuite: 37

Price per Person

Double: £45 - £72
Twin: £45 - £72
Single: £45 - £72
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Restaurant

Name: Headland
Cuisine: English/Mediterranean
Chef: Gary Pollard

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