Blog & Guest Reviews
Fantastic Stay In Looe
"Lovely property that has been decorated beautifully in a seaside theme. Fantastic newly fitted bathroom. The children loved their bedroom with games and toys and the general attention to detail in the property was great. Comfortable beds and lounge area. Really couldn't fault our stay here.....will be returning!"
Perfect Location, Parking Clean And Tidy
"Needed a get away long weekend to relax, Curlews Cottage was perfect. Even in November with the rain it was cosy close to shops, pubs and restaurants and harbour. We were four adults on a get away break and would recommend and stay here again ourselves. Owner and housekeeper very accommodating."
"Great little cottage, very cosy and had everything we needed for our weekend break. Lovely touches like buckets and spades for the beach and games for indoors when the weather wasn't that good! Right in the heart of Looe so eating out, shopping and getting around was super easy, especially with two young children. It is literally less than a minute walk from the car park and beach so no need to drag luggage very far. Would definitely recommend for a small family, does sleep up to six but it might get too cosy if you were staying for more than a few days! It was doggy friendly too so will take our dog next time :)"
The Cottage Is Absolutely Beautiful , Had Everything We Needed And More !
"The cottage is absolutely beautiful , had everything we needed and more ! highly recommend
Perfectly positioned in the centre of the village , driving through was interesting the 1st time but got used to it ! Highly recommend the looe to polperro walk , we did it on a beautiful sunny day . Lanhydrock worth a visit , polperro lovely , nice cream tea at plantation , the courtyard at looe amazing crab sandwiches . The cottage was very well equipped , pots , pans , utensils , plates , glasses etc , lots of games and books .. Great tele( only because Olympics were on !!) dog friendly .. On ground floor .. Which our dog is used to anyway .. Nice early morning walks when looe was empty .."