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Sand Dune – Home 66219 Apartment

  • 1 bedroom
  • 2 sleeps
  •  min stay varies

Sand Dune – Home 66219

Very Good Very Good – based on 24 reviews

  • Apartment
  • 1 bedroom
  • 2 sleeps
  •  min stay varies

Apartment / 1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / sleeps 2

Key Info

  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 0.02 km
  • Not suitable for children
  • Car not necessary
  • No pets allowed

Description from owner

Description

You couldn't get closer to the beach in Looe unless you sit on it. This self-catering, one bedroom holiday home in Cornwall, near England, has everything you need for a romantic holiday or short break. Take your wallet, partner and shoes if you are planning on walking further than the glorious sandy beach.
You will find everything else you need for a perfect vacation in the restored Cornish fisherman's cottage. The massive Georgian stone walls will mean you will be cool in summer, warm and cozy in winter.
Forget the car and spend time walking the coastal paths to Polperro and beyond, visiting St George's Island or just browse the small independent shops. Watch the fishermen bringing their catch to market at high tide while enjoying your fish and chips. Eat in one of the many highly acclaimed restaurants or try a pint in oldest pub in England and enjoy the shanty songs. Get to know how friendly the locals really are.
At night time you will be treated to a wonderful

You couldn't get closer to the beach in Looe unless you sit on it. This self-catering, one bedroom holiday home in Cornwall, near England, has everything you need for a romantic holiday or short break. Take your wallet, partner and shoes if you are planning on walking further than the glorious sandy beach.
You will find everything else you need for a perfect vacation in the restored Cornish fisherman's cottage. The massive Georgian stone walls will mean you will be cool in summer, warm and cozy in winter.
Forget the car and spend time walking the coastal paths to Polperro and beyond, visiting St George's Island or just browse the small independent shops. Watch the fishermen bringing their catch to market at high tide while enjoying your fish and chips. Eat in one of the many highly acclaimed restaurants or try a pint in oldest pub in England and enjoy the shanty songs. Get to know how friendly the locals really are.
At night time you will be treated to a wonderful night sleep. You may just catch the sound of the waves breaking on the beach at high tide, but nothing else.

Location description from owner

The England region

South Cornwall - reckoned to be Britain's most beautiful and interesting coastline - is a land of steep wooded rocky chines which lead inland from the sea along stream and river valleys. Villages spill down these craggy inlets to the water where there is often to be found an old fishing harbour, always massively defended against the rolling Atlantic winter storms, and in today's more gentle political climate usually home to yachts and fishing boats, rather than the sea-rivers, smugglers and wreckers of yore.

Mewing buzzards ride ladders of air above the craggy igneous Cornish landscape, as farmers work their herds in what is the balmiest climate in the British Isles, due to the gentle wash of the Gulf Stream along its shores. The local history is rich: the Spanish Armada may have failed in its mission, but South Cornwall saw the only successful invasion since William the Conqueror when the Spaniards briefly invaded the county.

The little-known Stannary Parliament at nearby Liskeard, which gave the tin-miners a large degree of self-rule, last sat in 1572, and the picturesque and haunting ruins of tin-mines still dot the uncompromisingly rugged but utterly beautiful landscape. The "Cornish Alps" are testimony to the once-great china clay industry, and stories of the sea - lifeboat heroes, sea-going villains and naval battles - dominate this once-remote region.

Surfing, crabbing, shark-fishing, lobster-fishing and scuba-diving are now the main activities in waters where revenue-men and smugglers and units of the Royal Navy and Napoleon's fleet once contended with cutlass and cannon.

West Country

East Looe centres on its broad sandy beach, with the distinctive Banjo Pier, a new Lifeboat station and St. Mary's Church. Stretching back from here is a grid of narrow streets forming the main business area of the town, packed with many small shops, restaurants and pubs, and the Old Guildhall, now a museum. Along the estuary lies the quay, with several fish dealers. Towards the bridge lies the Victorian Guildhall, and just north of the bridge the railway station. This is the terminus of the Looe Valley branch line to Liskeard.

Along the cliffs to the east is Plaidy beach, and past there is the bay and village of Millendreath with another beach. Inland lies the famous Woolly monkey sanctuary.

Looe remains a fishing town, and several fish dealers operate from the docks of East Looe. With its fleet of small fishing boats returning their catches to port daily, Looe has a reputation for producing excellent fresh fish. The town is also a centre for shark fishing, and is the home of the Shark Angling Club of Great Britain.

Other local attractions include the beaches, sailing, fishing and diving, and spectacular coastal walks (especially that via Talland to Polperro. In the area are several stately homes, including Antony House, Cotehele, Mount Edgcumbe, and Lanhydrock House, as well as the Eden Project near St Austell.

Outside the busy summer months, the town remains a centre for shopping and entertainment for local villages. There is a tradition of the townsfolk wearing fancy dress on New Year's Eve, when the streets throng with revellers in inventive outfits. Looe is in the top 10 places in the UK to celebrate New Year

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Bed & bathroom

  • Bedroom 1: King Bed
  • 1 Family bathroom

Amenities

  • Wi-Fi available
  • Internet access
  • Central heating
  • Cooker
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Iron
  • TV
  • DVD player
  • CD player
  • Hair dryer
  • Linen provided
  • Towels provided

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Access

  • Not suitable for wheelchair users

Policies

Check in time:16:00, Check out time:10:00
If you have any questions about check-in or check-out times, please contact the owner/manager.
Payment
This owner does not use online booking. Please contact them and they will be able to offer you a secure way to pay for your stay. Never pay for your holiday rental by wire transfer (such as Western Union or Moneygram) as this type of payment is untraceable.
Smoking
No smoking at this property
Cancellation policy
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About the owner

Paul Newson (Property Manager Dalmatian Sun)
Response rate:
100%
Calendar updated::
02 Dec 2016
Years listed:
8
Based in:
United Kingdom
Overall rating:

Languages spoken: English


This Apartment has 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom and sleeps 2. It’s been listed on Holiday Lettings since 29 Jul 2008. Located in East Looe, it has 24 reviews with an overall rating of 4.5. The average weekly rate varies from £295 to £595.

The Owner has a response rate of 100% and the property’s calendar was last updated on 02 Dec 2016.

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“Lovely little apartment in great location.”

Reviewed 28 Feb 2016

This is a small but perfectly formed apartment. It comprises of a smallish living room and kitchen with a dining table for two. We didn't cook at all but it seemed to have every thing you would need to do so. Comfy setter and tv with perfect reception. The WiFi worked perfectly with a good strong signal. The bedroom has decent storage and a lovely king size bed. The bathroom has a full bath with shower over it. The location is just fabulous, just seconds from the beach, restaurants and pubs. (Recommend cafe rendezvous for breakfast - just amazing) The owner was great all through the process, eve emailing during our visit to check all was ok. We would not hesitate to return. Just one tip, have glasses ready, if needed, to open key lock on arrival as it is like a padlock lock and pretty small.

“Cosy Little Bolt Hole”

Reviewed 27 Jan 2014

Sand Dune is a very warm and comfortable apartment; whilst it is compact, it nevertheless afforded us a lot more space than an average-sized hotel room. The location was perfect - quiet, yet still only one street back from the seafront. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and would happily recommend this cosy little bolt hole to anyone wanting to visit the charming town of Looe. PS: "Thank-you" Paul for being so kind and accommodating.

We love Looe in the winter time. Hope to see you again very soon.

“Excelent week!”

Reviewed 30 Dec 2013

We are very happy to have spent the week in Looe. We celebrate Christmas there, and we were surprised that there was activity in the city. Several Restaurants and pubs open until late and offering good deal of meals. The cottage was exactly as it is described, very clean and well maintained with internet and heating worked very well. The kitchen has all the necessary elements, and the room and the living room is very comfortable. Best of all is the location!, Every morning the first thing we were doing is to see the sea, and from the windows could sentor the sound of the waves all the time. We did all the walking tour, and frankly fell in love the place! Highly recommended!

I am so pleased you enjoyed your stay. It is a wonderful place to spend Christmas and I do understand why you have fallen in love with Looe. You are welcome to come and stay any time so I hope we will see you again soon.

“A comfortable and well equiped apartment, great location and great value”

Reviewed 15 Jul 2013

This property was so close to the sea that I was able to take my early morning cuppa on the beach! Shops, pubs, restaurants and cafes also nearby, within a few minutes walk. Would recommend the trip to Polperro in one of the glass bottomed boats that leave from the quay only a minute from the apartment

Well discovered! There is nothing like a cuppa early in the morning on the beach before anyone else gets there. A glass of wine in the evening is pretty nice too.

“Fabulous location in beautiful looe :-)”

Reviewed 7 May 2013

This apartment is ideal for exploring looe and surrounding areas. It was wonderful to have restaurants and pubs within walking distance all the time, as well as having all the beauty of the seaside and harbour a stones throw away. We went during bank holiday and even with the busyness that brings, inside the apartment was quiet for a long lie in! Very cool in the heat too. The apartment has everything a couple could want and we most certainly would go back, and we would recommend to friends.

It is surprising how quiet it is there when everyone leaves the beach. On a warm evening I often walk along the deserted beach. Hope you will come and stay again soon.

“Fantastic little rental - generously equipped”

Reviewed 2 Apr 2013

The apartment is ideally located in Looe within walking distance of most amenities and attractions. Literally a 30 second walk to the beach! The flat itself is a delight. charming comfortable and inviting. It is wonderfully equipped with all manner of kitchen items, utensils and nick nacks in the lounge. The shower is lovely and the bed very comfy. WiFi fast and reliable.

Glad you enjoyed it. It doesn't sound like the cold weather spoiled your stay. Actually there is always plenty to do, even in the cold. I hope we will see you again soon.

“Highly Recommended”

Reviewed 18 Feb 2013

Sand Dune is excellently located and in a very peaceful place. The apartment is exceptionally clean and offers everything you need for a short stay. I have nothing but high marks for Sand Dune. The only things that we noticed were : The people staying in the Old Museum directly below were exceptionally noisy and the sound did travel. It could of been just them however, so Its not a bad mark on Sand Dune itself. Could of done with having a drying rack for the washing up. Softer pillows. And a battery in the smoke alarm (it was missing.) Please bear in mind that these are NOT bad points, they are just our taste and our suggestions. It does not take away how much we liked this apartment.

Thanks for the feedback. All valid points and things we can easily sort out. Many thanks for bringing them to our attention. I hope we will see you again in Looe.

“Apartment in the heart of Looe”

Reviewed 18 Sep 2012

The apartment was very clean and tidy with everything we could ever want to make our stay in Looe cumfortable. It is only a few minutes walk from the really nice beach and shops.

Thanks for a lovely review. It really is a lovely beach.

“FAB LOCATION, GREAT APARTMENT,”

Reviewed 1 Sep 2012

great apartment, central location for all ameneties, close to beach and town very clean and ideal for holidaying in Looe also ideal to use as a base to visit other places, we visited St Mawes, Fowey and Mevigessey lots of loverly places to eat in Looe, Jazz bar and little pubs and restaurants would recommend to all people exploring Cornwall ooh and the coastal walk to Polperro, a must!!

Many thanks for your review. I agree with you, the coastal walk to Polperro is world class.

“Excellent Location!!”

Reviewed 20 Aug 2012

Stayed in the apartment for a week with my partner, and the location was fantastic! We have been too Looe before but stayed further up the quay. My partner was taking part in a sailing competition so the apartment was 100 yards from where his boat was parked, and he didnt have a long walk in the morning which he was happy with! Apartment was lovely and clean, perfect base for us! Will happily recommend to family and friends!

It really is surprising how much goes on in Looe considering it's size. As I write this Looe is holding Looe Music Festival.

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