Dining Out in Looe, Cornwall
Barclay House, Looe
Barclay House has been awarded two AA Rosettes for excellence. From around 40,000 restaurants, the AA awards two rosettes to just the top 2% of the best restaurants!!
Regarded as the best restaurant in Looe and one of the best restaurants in Cornwall, Barclay House is a 'Restaurant with Rooms' offering luxury 4 star guest accommodation rooms, luxury 5 star self-catering holiday cottages, a swimming pool, gym and sauna. The restaurant’s French doors open out to the terrace and garden overlooking magnificent views of the East Looe River valley. Enjoy a sun downer cocktail and your evening meal whilst watching the sun set from our West facing restaurant.
Saint Martin's Road.
Tel. 01503 262929
Bucklawren Granary Restaurant, Looe
The Bucklawren Granary Restaurant, near Looe is now Cornwall's premier Steakhouse. Serving the finest locally sourced produce, freshly prepared & cooked to order. One of the finest restaurants in Looe, they guarantee you won't leave hungry! The Granary has disabled access & facilities, ample parking spaces and dining for up to 150 customers. There is a large warm lounge and bar area with friendly & professional staff. The restaurant features a large courtyard to offer Al fresco dining in the warmer summer months.
Tel. 01503 240778
Lansallos Barton Farm, Looe
Lansallos Barton is a National Trust farm situated on the beautiful south west coastal path, a short distance from the historic fishing village of Polperro. The area is renowned for its outstanding landscape and secluded coves and part of the farm is designated as a site of special scientific interest. Walk the footpaths around the farm, enjoy the wonderful views and discover how it is working with nature to produce healthy organic food. Open from Easter. Lansallos.
Tel. 01503 272293
Old Sail Loft, Looe
One of the oldest buildings in Looe, still largely preserved in its original form, the cellar and loft are known to date back at least 450 years. Reputed to be a former haunt for smugglers and sea-faring men of the 16th Century, it was then known locally as “The Run” probably due to its time honoured association with smuggling which was rife along the Cornish coast. Sitting in the snug comfort of the very special atmosphere generated in no small part by its historical associations, it is not difficult to imaging the old sailing boats of the early 1500s moored to the quay outside.
Tel. 01503 262131
Trawlers on the Quay, Looe
Trawler’s On The Quay is located in one of the prime locations in Looe. The award winning restaurant offers its patrons a view of the Quayside and the boats coming and going... and the food ain't half bad either!
Take your time over lunch or visit Trawler's in the evening sitting looking out onto the water.
Tel. 01503 263593
Tree Tops Cafe, Looe
Situated within the Looe Monkey Sanctuary, the Tree Top Cafe is an award winning vegetarian cafe. Specials include Chili sin Carne, Greek Salad Wraps and numerous dips.
Tel. 01503 262532
Stay at a nearby Holiday Park and keep the kids amused all day! Parks in the vicinity include those at:
Plenty of hotels are available locally. Consider those in the local towns:
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