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Tremadart House
Tremadart Lane
Duloe

Looe
Cornwall

PL14 4PE | View map
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Tremadart House is situated in the Cornish countryside hamlet of Duloe, close to the coast and the historic port of Looe.
Tremadart is a beautiful Victorian Country House set in 1.5acres of lovely gardens with mature trees and extensive lawns. The accommodation includes a 4-Poster suite, king- size double, twin bedded/family room all elegantly furnished with luxury beds and en-suite facilities. We have a smaller double room also suitable for single occupancy. All have colour TV, hair dryer and tea/coffee making facilities.
There is a good food pub/restaurant within walking distance. Tremadart is ideally situated for day trips to Padstow area (North coast), Newquay, Eden Project, St Ives, Bodmin Moor, Fowey, Polperro and National Trust properties.
You can be assured of a warm welcome from resident proprietors David & Philippa Read.

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Ratings/Awards: Visit Britain 4 Star

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Double: From £25
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