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B and Bs in Looe

Coombe Farm Guest House
Widegates
Looe
Cornwall

PL13 1QN | View map
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British Tourist Authority Commended
Past Winner of the AA Guesthouse of the Year Award, West of England RAC Small Hotel of the Year Award, South West of England
AA Hospitality 2002 National Finalist


Relax in our spacious garden rooms in the grounds of a lovely country house in 11 acres of lawns, woods and paddocks with superb views down a wooded valley to the sea, and with a heated outdoor pool.

Enjoy award recognized warm, friendly hospitality. Near to golf at Looe Valley, St. Mellion, and China Fleet Clubs, sea and lake fishing, horse riding, glorious walks on Bodmin Moor, Dartmoor and the Cornish Coastal Path. Close by, sandy beaches and coves, National Trust Houses- Lanhydrock, Cothele - and glorious gardens - Heligan, Trebah and the fabulous Eden Project. With Lands End only 90 minutes away, Padstow and Dartmoor less than an hour, Coombe Farm is an ideal base from which to explore all of Cornwall and West Devon

  • B & B per room from 72 - 82

  • AA 4 Star
  • BTA 4 Stars
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    Credit Cards Accepted
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    Children Welcome
    Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
    No Smoking Rooms
    Tourist Board Inspected
    Swimming Pool - Outdoor
    TV in Rooms
    Satellite TV
    Garden - 11 acres

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