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Windermere House
St Martin
Looe
Cornwall

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Windermere House, an award winning three star, luxury bed & breakfast with ample level free parking is situated in peaceful countryside overlooking superb views of rural pastures leading down to the sea, an easy 20 – 30 minutes walk away, or a short bus or taxi ride (1.5 m or 2.4 km) to Looe town centre. The garden is available for you to sit and enjoy the good weather after your enjoyable day touring Cornwall. Alun & Zelia would like to offer you a clean quiet relaxed bed and breakfast to tour Cornwall and visit such places as the historic fishing ports of Looe and Polperro, Eden Project, China Clay Museums, Aquariums, Zoo’s, National Trust and English Heritage properties, coastal path walks (where we are very happy to collect and deliver you), there are three moors nearby to explore, sandy beaches, rolling countryside, horse riding, play golf, mackerel and deep sea fishing trips can be arranged from Looe. Canoeing, fly fishing, extreme sports and of course surfing from Whitsand bay. In the town are award winning restaurants.

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