- Farm Stays in Looe
Farm Stays in Looe
Experience the rustic and unique charm of a farm stay in Looe. Detach from everyday life as you unwind in the Cornish countryside, surrounded by beautiful landscapes and nature. Only a stone's throw from Looe's sandy beaches, you really do have the best of both worlds.
Enjoy an authentic experience like no other with a Cornish farm stay. Nestled amidst the picturesque countryside, they provide an opportunity to connect with nature and enjoy a peaceful retreat.
Farm Stays in Looe
The serene countryside surroundings of farm stays in Cornwall provide a tranquil setting for relaxation. Guests can enjoy the great outdoors, where they can unwind, read a book, or simply soak up the peaceful ambiance.
Farm stays in Cornwall also offer a convenient base for exploring the wider region. While enjoying the tranquillity of the countryside, guests can easily access nearby coastal areas, charming villages, and popular attractions. From exploring rugged cliffs and sandy beaches to visiting historic sites and indulging in local arts and crafts, there is much to discover within a short distance from the farm.
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It depends which beach, the main sandy beach at East Looe has a dog ban all year around, whereas Hannafore Beach at West Looe is fine for dogs.
No, and many would say it doesn't need one. There are four convenience stores dotted around East and West Looe and several bakers (Good for pasties!), a greengrocer (which also sells meat), a fishmonger and a health food shop.
If you are really desperate for a supermarket, there's a couple at Liskeard, eight miles away.
It's an argument that's been going on for hundreds of years, and not one Visit Cornwall wishes to take sides on!
East Looe is the bigger of the two former towns. It has the most shops and a nice sandy beach. However, many prefer West Looe as it is a little quieter and if you know where to go, the beach at Hannafore provides lots of hidden corners for sunbathing, it's also great for rockpooling.
We have been informed the local saying is "One's the moneyside and one's the sunnyside" but which is which we are not sure?
No, but then again it is generally a safe beach with gently sloping sand and usually sheltered from big waves and currents.
Visitors should be aware that jumping from the pier is not allowed and dangerous.
Also you should not swim in the river.
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