The Den - a barn conversion that sleeps 2 guests in 1 bedroom
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Children not allowed
Minimum age of primary renter:18
Max guests:2 (sleeps up to 2 adults)
Beautiful Week Away
This was our first break with no children in 10years- and we could not of picked a more beautiful stay. Wendy and Richard were there to greet us on arrival and show us around, explained all the basic we needed to know. Excellent hosts. The Den it’s self had everything we needed. Beautiful views and lovely walks. We will be back next year
A pleasant place to stay
We’re so glad to have found this cottage, it’s perfect for a peaceful get away from it all rest.
The bed is so comfortable & the view across the countryside is beautiful.
It’s also ideally located for visiting the Eden project.
Peace and tranquility
First interaction with our host, Martin, was very positive as I advised him of our arrival time. Martin is a very kind and helpful gent and a pleasure to talk to. We were left entirely in peace during our stay but it was reassuring to know that Martin would be there if we needed him.
The surrounding landscape is beautiful and the cottage itself is spacious and comfortable. Very much enjoyed our stay and would highly recommend.
Fantastic little hideaway
As all the reviews say, this place is very tranquil and well off the beaten track (which is why we chose it). Whilst very comfortable some updating would benefit all future guests. No wi-fi was not a problem as we used our phones to email the outside world. Signal dropped off between 8am and 9am each morning, rest of the time there's a 3G/4G signal. Would we go again? Yes, most certainly.
A fabulous relaxing quiet venue.great variety of walks from the door. Large comfy bedroom. Plenty of logs for the very effective wood burner. Great beach at West looe by the island for dog walking ,lots of parking and a cafe. Wonderful place will definitely return.
Summer Week at the Den
Fantastic value for money. Our week was actually our honeymoon and we wanted some piece and quiet which we got. Absolutely great setting and the lane down to the forest stream was every dog owners dream.
We ventured out each day to a different beach including Seaton and Derrydown all of which were great and less than an hour away.
Will definitely return one day and would thoroughly recommend for anyone looking for peace and quiet.
Looe is a very popular fishing village in South East Cornwall, split by the River Looe into East & West Looe. East Looe is a little busier with the harbour, fish quays and main shopping centre. West Looe is joined by a very pretty seven arched bridge and is quieter but still has a few shops and restaurants. From Hannafore Beach in West Looe you can view the banjo pier as well as Looe Island, which is open to day visitors during the summer. The railway line servicing the fish quays still runs and is a great way to enter the village from Liskeard.
Polperro is just south of Looe and is a much smaller fishing port with many of the streets impassable to vehicles. As with many of the smaller ports on the south coast, their heritage is in smuggling and a museum in the village depicts this. Pilchards were the main source of legitimate income for the village, as well as boat building and at high tide fishing boats still work from the harbour. Talland Bay, situated between Looe & Polperro, has been made popular by Richard & Judy Madeley on TV.