West Looe

Portuan Road , Hannafore
West Looe, CORNWALL PL13 2DN

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T: 01503 262990

E: daviddriftwood@googlemail.com

W: www.driftwoodlooe.co.uk

Contact: David Pickering


All Year


£30 per person per night

Under 12 yrs, 1/2 price when sharing with adult


  • ROOMS4
  • Off-road parking
  • Beautiful sea views
  • Close to Looe & local amenities
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Driftwood Guesthouse at Looe in Cornwall
Panaramic views from Driftwood Guesthouse
Lovely gardens at Driftwood guesthouse
Driftwood Guesthouse in Looe - Lamana double ensuite
Driftwood Guesthouse in Looe - Heather twin or kingsize
Driftwood Guesthouse in Looe - Eddystone double twin ensuite


Driftwood is situated on the outskirts of Looe town centre, out of the hustle and bustle of this popular little resort. Driftwood is south facing and overlooks the bowling green it is situated just a short distance from the sea front and with excellent views of the coastline and Looe Island. The house is in a cul-de-sac, hence it is very quiet and virtually free from traffic movement. It is ideal for walks along the sea front coastal footpath. It is a comfortable walk, or a very short drive into the town centre.


Four bedrooms comprising:

  • One en-suite family room (with fridge) and with lovely sea view.

  • One en-suite double room with sea view.

  • One en-suite twin room with country views

  • One single room with private bathroom with sea view.

All bedrooms are equipped with: Television Complimentary refreshment tray Hairdryer
Washing, drying and ironing facilities are also available
Fully central heating/double glazed windows
Access to rooms at all times
Driftwood has a no smoking policy
Sorry, there are no facilities for pets


Looe is a bustling all year round seaside resort that still retains much of its old fishing port heritage. The town provides: A good selection of shops with a wide range of speciality and High Street names. A good choice of restaurants, pubs and tea rooms. A sheltered sandy beach (Blue Flag), very popular with families. A large harbour with boats of every description. Deep sea/shark fishing, pleasure boat trips. Rod fishing from the harbour wall is very popular with both adults and children alike. Bowling and Putting green nearby, Golf courses and riding schools about 10 mins. Excellent coastal and woodland walks. A first class tourist information centre.
Looe is often linked to the small fishing village of Polperro. This picturesque little village is well worth a visit and very popular in the summer months.
Plymouth City - a short drive, there is a very scenic coastal route. The city provides excellent shopping in traffic free streets. There is also a large harbour (The Barbican) (Pilgrim Fathers fame) with excellent restaurants, pubs and the boat trips are highly recommended.
Touring Numerous quiet little coves/beaches and wide open headlands. The Eden Project is approximately a 30-minute drive. For those who enjoy the wide open spaces, Dartmoor is an easy drive. Cornwall is probably the most beautiful county in the country, but quite small. Most places can be reached within an hours drive. For those not familiar with the area there is a very helpful tourist information centre in the town


Entering Looe via the B3253 with the river on your right: Turn right over the bridge. Immediately after the bridge turn left, the river is then on your left. Follow this road until you see Looe Island, you will then see some tennis courts on your right. Approximately 100 yards after the tennis courts turn right into Portuan Road, after a short distance turn left at a 'T' junction. Driftwood is a short distance on the right. Entering via the A387 Polperro direction: On reaching the river bridge, turn right, the river is then on your left. Directions are then as above




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