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Little Larnick Farm
Little Larnick Farm
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Looe
Cornwall

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Little Larnick Farm is a Four Star Rated Bed & Breakfast situated in a sheltered part of the Looe river valley; an area of outstanding natural beauty within Cornwall. It is a working farm; where you can come and enjoy the peace and beauty at any time of the year.

Breathtaking scenery is on your doorstep and the bustling fishing town of Looe and the picturesque village of Polperro offer a wide variety of restaurants; shops and local crafts. Around the area you will discover beautiful gardens; the historic riverside town of Lostwithiel; Mevagissey; the Lost Gardens of Heligan; Daphne Du Maurier's Fowey and the Eden Project. Other attractions slightly further afield are Truro Cathedral and museum; St Michael's Mount; Land's End; Charlestown Shipwreck and Heritage Centre; Flambards; Minack Theatre; Poldark Mine; Morwellham Quay; King Arthur's Castle at Tintagel. Dartmoor and South Devon.

The farmhouse and barn offer twin; double and triple en suite rooms. All the bedrooms are superbly equipped and individually furnished and decorated to a high standard. A traditional Full English Breakfast is served in the farmhouse dining room.

PLEASE NOTE: Check In is between 16:00 & 18:00. Early & Late Check Ins can be arranged. Check Out is at 11:00. We are a no smoking establishment.



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