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Family run 8 bedroomed Victorian house situated in the heart of East Looe, occupying one of the best positions in town with fantastic views across the harbour and the famous bridge which links East and West Looe.
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93Great for walkers
Grade: 93 out of 100
76Restaurantswithin 0.5 km
30Attractionswithin 0.5 km
Bridgeside Fore Street East looe. Cornwall, Looe PL13 1HH England
All reviews warm welcome top floor long stay rooms are clean wide selection of fruit rooms have great views one night easy access to shops lovely river licensed bar book with confidence perfect location lovely cooked breakfast full english look forward to many more service at breakfast reasonable rates
Thank you Sami for all you did for us, after all the miss haps with the car and Green Flag, you were a blessing. Lovely room, great with dogs, Rosie loved it specially her sausage for breakfast, you made so welcome, the room had all...More
Sammy and his team were so friendly and helpful from check in to check out. Parking across road and easy walk to beach and town on doorstep. Great breakfast and even cooked a sausage for our dog. Great views from bedroom. Would definitely recommend.
We love our visits to Looe, and Sammy and his staff are a big part of the reason way.
We always receive a genuinely warm, friendly welcome and feel totally at home throughout our stay.
The location is excellent for the town and seafront.
Well placed for the Quay and shops/pubs etc. Parking over the road in the Long Stay
£5.50 for 24hrs. Hospitable staff, clean and a great breakfast. I was out early for a fishing trip and they gave a packed lunch in lieu of breakfast.
We recently stayed in a family room at the Bridgeside Guest House and found the owner, Sammy, incredibly warm and hospitable. The guesthouse itself is superbly located – right in the heart of Looe, but elevated and with amazing views. Be warned, though, parking isn’t...More