The Fieldhead Hotel is a comfortable base in beautiful surroundings. Guests can enjoy a refreshing swim in the outdoor heated pool, and there are sub-tropical gardens to walk around with a sun terrace overlooking the pool.
Each bedroom is individually decorated. Some rooms have balconies and enjoy stunning sea views from the hotel’s vantage point above the harbour town of Looe – the centre is just a 10 minute walk away.
There are similar spectacular ocean views at the Horizons restaurant. From here you can see Looe’s fishing fleet returning with the catch of the day. The restaurant serves this fresh Cornish fish and other local produce in a menu inspired by the seasons.
The town of Looe itself has much to offer visitors. It’s a fine example of a traditional Cornish village and age-old seafaring town, with a history of fishing and smuggling.
East Looe provides a quintessentially 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.
The coastal villages of Polperro and Fowey, and the unspoilt beauty of the Rame Peninsula are all within short travelling distance.
The town is a great base for East Cornwall courses such as St. Mellion, Looe, Whitsand Bay and China Fleet, with Launceston and Trethorne just up the road on the A30. Or end your East Cornwall tour with one of the Devon courses on your way home.