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Little Harbour
Church Street
Looe
Cornwall

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Little Harbour is a family run guest house in the historic heart of Looe. Lita and Jim, together with their beautiful Cameo Persian cat - Katamina Ginger Bean Carruth, offer a warm welcome to guests and visitors. Little Harbour offers 5 en-suite rooms: 3 doubles, 1 twin, and 1 triple with a double bed with an additional single. The rooms are very comfortable, well presented, furnished to a high standard throughout and serviced every day. Many of the rooms have a view over Church Square and the cottage which was once the home of the 2 women who resided on Looe Island .

Guests are welcome to come and go as they please and are provided with their own front door key for the convenience of 24 hour access. A Full English breakfast is served in addition to a self service buffet of cereals, muesli and yoghurts. A toast rack and percolated coffee with warmed milk complete the breakfast table. For visitors who are going out early on excursions and who would otherwise miss their breakfast, we provide a packed breakfast to take out. This is particularly popular for visiting anglers and fishermen.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 5
Number Ensuite: 5

Price per Person

Double: From £25
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