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Holiday Letting Price Information in Looe
We analysed price data and rendered them in this graph, which shows holiday letting prices for the next twelve months in Looe. Prices rise in August and reach an average of £135 a night (03/08 - 10/08), making it the most expensive time to book a rental in the next 12 months. On the other hand, in January you will find the cheapest prices (12/01 - 19/01). Prices this week are on average £67 a night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Looe
Have a look at the above graph to see the global availability of holiday rentals in Looe. It is in August that you will find the week with the least available accommodations (25/08 - 01/09). More accommodations are available in a week of October (13/10 - 20/10) as the booking rate is only 22%.
The weather in Looe
Check out the climate diagram for Looe. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 19°. No heat wave is expected in February, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 4° low. According to the climate diagram, December is the rainiest month of the year in Looe.
An Unforgettable Cornish Getaway with a Looe Holiday Letting
Looe, a lovely coastal town in south-eastern Cornwall, is known for its seaside culture, historic landmarks, and amazing nature. Discover Looe’s spotless beaches, cafés, and castles when you choose to holiday here. Book your Looe holiday letting for the ideal accommodation, as you soak up the atmosphere of this laid-back Cornish town.
Journey into Looe
There are multiple ways of travelling into Looe. If arriving by air, you will most likely land at Newquay Cornwall Airport, which is the main airport in the region. From the airport you have the option of taking public transportation to your chosen Looe holiday letting . A public bus service runs from the airport to Newquay’s St Austell station, where you can hop onto the train going to Liskeard. From there, simply take the next bus heading into Looe.
Taking a taxi from the airport or renting a car are other good options, offering greater comfort and flexibility, and you will find a range of letting companies located at the airport. If travelling by car, take the A39 and the A30 motorways into Bodmin, and then the A38 and B3359 motorways to Looe. Whatever method of transportation you choose, with a Looe holiday home, you'll have a great place to arrive to.
Looe and its Cuisine
Looe’s cuisine is keeping with the Cornish tradition of fantastically fresh seafood. A number of restaurants in the area, such as the rustic Smugglers Cott, serve up an array of fresh and locally-sourced seafood specialities. Relax on the waterfront and indulge in the catch of the day, for an authentically Cornish dining experience.
A trip to Looe and Cornwall would be incomplete without sampling the area's signature dish, the Cornish pasty. This dish of meat or vegetables in a gravy, enveloped in mouth-watering pastry, can be enjoyed in many of Looe's pubs, restaurants and cafés. For this and similar hearty fare, head to the Old Sail Loft, a pub which dates back over 450 years.
Beyond local classics, Looe caters to all tastes, with a wide range of international cuisine to be found. For a relaxing evening in, enjoy a take-away meal in your Looe holiday letting , or cook up a storm in the kitchen. With a Looe holiday home, you can keep your options open.
Looe and its Sights
Looe is all about the outdoors, with the many great attractions including beautiful beaches, a sparkling harbour, and lush parks. Head to great spots like Talland Bay, a unique coastal location once known as being a landing spot for smugglers and today being admired for its rugged beauty.
Looe island is another famed spot in the region and is situated a mere 1.5 km from the town. The island can be reached by boat, and by foot during low tide. The area’s crystal clear waters offer great fishing opportunities, especially at the numerous rocky points along Talland Bay. The sheltered beaches in and around the bay are also among the best swimming spots in Looe.
To get up close with exotic wildlife and to make some interesting new friends, visit Looe’s Monkey Sanctuary. This fantastic animal rescue centre houses numerous species of monkey, and is a great place for a fun and educational family outing.
The Seaton Valley Countryside Park is another wonderful park in the region, where you can spend a sunny day walking or biking amidst lovely natural surroundings. For another great way to take in the region's natural beauty, take a ride on the Looe Valley Railway. Sit back and relax as you explore the Cornish countryside in a truly memorable way.
Not only does a Looe holiday letting give you access to these attractions and more, but it offers true comfort and flexibility.
Looe and its Nightlife
This coastal village offers some fantastic things to do when the sun sets. Spend an unforgettable evening in a friendly pub, such as the Jolly Sailor, where you can enjoy a range of local ales and traditional ciders, accompanied by live music. For something a bit more up-tempo, several clubs in the area will keep you dancing into the wee hours. Alternatively, make use of Looe's coastal setting by spending an evening in an outdoor beer garden with views of the sea, such as at the renowned Admiral Boscarn.
With a Looe holiday letting , you can dive into the area's nocturnal offerings, knowing that you've got a comfortable haven to return to.
Visit Looe for its wildlife and craggy coastline
The Monkey Sanctuary
Home to more than 30 rescued monkeys, the sanctuary also boasts a beautiful wildlife garden, a batcam that offers glimpses of the rare lesser horseshoe bat, and a wild play area.
Owned by the Cornwall Wildlife Trust, Looe Island covers almost 5km of coastline. It is a marine nature reserve with a variety of wildlife habitats.
East Looe Beach
This sandy beach provides easy access to shallow waters and views of Banjo Pier. Set close to town and all of its cafés and eateries, East Looe Beach is a favourite amongst families.
Looe is still a major fishing spot and visitors can watch the fishing boats from the harbour. There is a selection of cafés, and fishing trips are available from here.
Also know as Banjo Pier due to its shape, Looe Pier is the best place to watch the returning fishing trawlers as they come in.
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