Cornwall Cottages Looe
Self Catering Holiday Cottages located between Looe and Polperro in Cornwall. Only 3 miles from the spectacular South East Cornish Coast, Cornwall's Beaches & Smuggler's Coves.
A mile away is the village of Pelynt where you will find The Jubilee Inn, a 16th Century pub with good food. Other attractions include the Dagger Restaurant, a post-office/village shop & a local butcher's shop and convenience store.
Fowey & Polruan are only a short drive away. The Eden Project, The Lost Gardens of Heligan & the glorious National Trust houses & gardens are all within easy reach.
Our cottages near Looe, are all prepared to the same high standard, featuring all mod cons. Each has its own unique features and all share the peace and tranquillity of our wonderful hamlet.
Short Breaks in Cornwall
Fancy getting away from it all?
Your self-catering holiday cottage at Tremaine Green is the ideal base for a truly memorable cottage holiday in Cornwall.
Only 3 miles from the coast in open countryside our cottages are ideally located for exploring Polperro, Looe, Fowey, and Bodmin Moor or just relaxing in our peaceful hamlet. With local attractions including stunning National Trust properties, Lost Gardens of Heligan and the Eden Project you won't be stuck for things to do.
View our late availability and offers on our Cornish Cottages, or give us a call on 01503 220333 to discuss your requirements.
Family Holidays in Cornwall
Whether you are escaping for the first time with your newborn or holidaying with the whole tribe, it is great to have your own space and to be able to do things when you want.
We have 12 holiday cottages that welcome children in the West Country, set in a private hamlet in award winning grounds.
We welcome children under five and have child friendly facilities - great for family holidays!
Pet Friendly Holidays in Cornwall
Cornwall is incredibly dog friendly. There is a lovely smuggler’s cove down our lane which is very popular with our guests. We also have other dog friendly beaches nearby as well as forest walks, the wide open expanse of Bodmin Moor and of course the spectacular Coastal Path. We can recommend all sorts of walks (often with a nice pub at the end!) for those able bodied or for those who find going up hill a little bit of a struggle.