Holidays Cornwall


Tourist information Hotels, Guest houses, Self Catering Cottages and apartments in Cornwall

South East Cornwall's Moors Souh East Cornwall

Looe Beach Looe Beach

Seaton & Downderry beach in Whitsand Bay Seaton Beach

Morning in Looe Looe River

Kingsands and Cawsands beach South East Cornwall Kingsands & Cawsands

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South East Cornwall is one of the most popular holiday destinations in Britain. The stunning scenery of southeast Cornwall form the height of the Moors with the Cheesewring, an old quarry, the Hurlers, Siblyback Lake all on Bodmin Moor down to the sweeping sheltered sea bays of the Cornish Riviera, south east Cornwall, an area of fishing towns and villages, a land of mystery and legend. The temperate sheltered climate giving ideal conditions for the exotic plants in the magnificent gardens of south east Cornwall making This one of the best holiday destinations in the UK.
The Olde Twin Cornish Towns of Looe, East Looe & West Looe, connected by the seven arch bridge from which the East and West Looe Rivers flow out to sea, both towns with their narrow streets to explore.
Looe has many shops, restaurants, pub's & Art Galleries, stay in Looe’s accommodation and dine at the excellent restaurants Looe has to offer.

Polperro, the picturesque postcard village sometimes better known for its smuggling past rather than the fishing of pilchards that once were so abundant around the southern Cornish coast.

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The Rame Peninsula locally known as the forgotten corner in south east Cornwall, extends out into the English Channel and is surrounded by Plymouth Sound to the east and the estuary of the River Lynher to the north. The largest town is Torpoint, which is on the eastern coast, facing Devonport in Plymouth, and to the west Whitsand bay.
Fowey in south east Cornwall set on the west bank of the river Fowey with Polruan on the Eastern Bank of the river. Fowey Pronounced "Foy" is at the end of Saints way with a foot ferry at Polruan and the vehicle ferry at Bodinnick connecting Fowey & Polruan. River Fowey cuts through an ancient wooded valley at Golitha Falls, from high up on the Cornish Moors the Fowey river on its way down through the historic town of Lostwithiel and the village of Golant then onto Fowey with Polruan to the east and Fowey to the west linked by a water taxi.

For your Holiday Accommodation in Looe, polperro, South East Cornwall, Rame Kingsand and Cawsand, see the links above and for late availability.



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