"Very happy week in this, spacious and comfortable house. Highly recommended.`" Chris and Liz Hogger September 2013

"House is great, everything provided, owners very helpful. We have had a great relaxing holiday`. " Ms Bennett. September 2013

"We were very lucky with the weather, it's been sunny all week. The house is in an excellent position, we really enjoyed our evenings on the verandah." The Bodman Family, June 2014

"House great weather fantastic, best holiday we have ever had." Hogget Family Derbyshire August 2014

"Lovely house, lovely location, lovely weather, thank you.." Whymark Family, Chelmsford, Essex September 2014

Haven House

Holiday Cottage Accommodation in the historic Cornish port of Looe

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Approximate journey times by car from: Birmingham : 3 hours 40 mins   Bristol : 2 hours 30 mins Leeds : 5 hours 50 mins London : 4 hours 50 mins Manchester : 5 hours Reading : 4 hours Southampton : 3 hours 25 mins


Newquay Airport: Air Southwest, British Airways, Flybe, Ryanair, Skybus and BMI Baby all operate services out of Newquay Cornwall Airport. There are currently flights to and from 17 destinations in the UK, Ireland and Europe. www.newquaycornwallairport.com    Plymouth Airport: Four flights every day toand from London Gatwick. Frequent flights to and from other popular destinations including Manchester, Leeds Bradford, Jersey, Bristol, Glasgow, Newcastle, Chambery, Cork and Dublin. www.plymouthairport.com


For National Rail Enquiries: call 08457 48 49 50 www.nationalrail.co.uk Booking tickets by phone: call 08457 00 01 25 www.carfreedaysout.com/looe.htm Approximate journey times by rail from:   Birmingham: 3 hours 45 minutes Bristol: 2 hours 45 minutes Leeds: 5 hours 45 minutes London 3 hours 15 minutes  Manchester: 6 hours Reading: 3 hours Southampton: 3 hours 45 minutes

The main Plymouth - Penzance line provides regular services to Liskeard and Saltash, with local services stopping at intermediate stations. The Looe branch line service from Liskeard gives access to East Looe and the coast. The eastern edge of the region is served by the Tamar Valley branch line running north from Plymouth to Calstock and Gunnislake. Many of Cornwall's coastal towns are linked to the main rail line which runs through Cornwall by smaller, scenic branch lines. As well as getting you from A to B these provide a great way to see parts of the county without leaving your mark. Take a trip on the Looe Valley Line and explore the natural beauty of South East Cornwall. The Looe Valley Line winds its way for just over 8 miles through unspoilt countryside, hugging the steep sided valley of the East Looe River.

  • www.westerngreyhound.com
  • www.firstgroup.com
  • www.truronian.co.uk
  • www.cornwall.gov.uk