Idyllic hotel, commanding spectacular views across Looe Bay in Cornwall, for the best Accommodation in Looe…
The Fieldhead Hotel is a comfortable base from which to explore the many attractions of South East Cornwall, or simply enjoy a holiday relaxing in beautiful surroundings. Guests at our Looe hotel can take in the sea air from private balconies, or enjoy a refreshing swim in our outdoor heated pool.
Escape from the hustle and bustle with a stroll through sub-tropical gardens, or spend an afternoon lounging on the sunny terrace. Our comfortable bedrooms will be your retreat from it all: each is individually decorated and has everything you could need during your stay. Most enjoy stunning sea views from our vantage point above the harbour town of Looe – the centre is just a 15 minute walk away.
With a restaurant serving the best local produce, a well-stocked bar and a cosy lounge with a huge bay window, you may find it difficult to leave the private enclave that is The Fieldhead Hotel.
Your Holiday in Cornwall
Cornwall is a world-class holiday destination with so much to offer, including The Eden Project, The Lost Gardens of Heligan and numerous National Trust properties just waiting to be discovered.
The coastal villages of Polperro and Fowey, and the unspoilt delights of the Rame Peninsula are all within short travelling distance from our comfortable accommodation Looe.
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So, if you are looking for the perfect Accommodation Looe for your family at any time of year, we hope you will join the long list of happy guests who have stayed at the The Fieldhead Hotel Accommodation Looe.
Staying in Looe
Once ready to venture out, the town of Looe itself has much to offer visitors of all ages.
Located just 17 miles from Plymouth, it’s a fine example of a traditional Cornish village and age-old seafaring town, with a fascinating history of fishing and smuggling. East and West Looe are split by the River Looe running out to sea, and connected by a beautiful seven-arched stone bridge, or via a passenger ferry during the summer months.
Delve into the town centre of East Looe for a quintessential Cornish experience. Explore a network of cobbled streets leading to picture-postcard cottages, a collection of independent shops, restaurants and pubs, and of course the bustling fishing harbour.
Looe even has its very own stretch of golden Cornish sand. South-facing and with shallow waters that offer good and safe seasonally heated swimming. East Looe beach is popular with families and is within easy walking distance of all the facilities of the town.
Venture further afield and intrepid visitors will find wild and undisturbed beaches along this spectacular stretch of coastline. With such beauty and traditional charm, it comes as no surprise that hotels in Looe are so popular throughout the year.