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Widlake Farm
Looe
Cornwall

PL13 1QB | View map

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Widlake Farm Bed and Breakfast is situated on a country working farm. With several woodland walks and country side within the area. Guests are welcome to explore the grounds and visit the animals as they please. We have a herd of South Devons, Pygmy Goats, Sheep, Chickens and ponies. We are a very friendly family run establishment, and only a miles drive from Looe Golf Course and 4 miles from Looe.The accommodation is split into the following.The hen house is opposite the farm bungalow and comprises of a double bedroom, a single bedroom, shower room with toilet and wash basin together with a small area with a fridge, toaster and microwave.The rooms within the farm bungalow consist of a twin room and a double room with a private bathroom opposite.Or we can provide the twin room and the double room as a family room. These room are not adjoining but are next door to each other.A full english breakfast is provided with our own produce where possible for all room types.All guests also have the use of a lounge and dining area at all times.Unfortunately we are unable to accept credit card payments, cash or cheques are acceptable on arrival. We are also joined with Great Trethew Manor Hotel if you are looking for further accommodation and they also have a full bar license and restaurant which is open 7 days a week.

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