Our guide to holiday cottages in Polperro

Looe and Polperro have gripping histories filled with tales of the smugglers, pirates and fisherman who have walked the cobbled streets and alleys over the centuries.Wander the area’s winding, cobbled streets and browse the little shops for unusual gifts and souvenirs? Or, if the tales of the smugglers of yesteryear leave you feeling adventurous, wreck fishing trips, speedboat rides, and a glass bottomed boat are operated during season – each offers a unique way to get to know the area.

The Blue Peter Inn

Known as the last pub before France thanks to its location on the end of Polperro quay, The Blue Peter Inn sits just a stone’s throw from the beach and is tucked between historic cottages once used by the area’s smugglers. It’s difficult to imagine a more typical Cornish pub, from the warm welcome you’ll receive when you get there...

Polperro Beach

If you’re planning a beach holiday in Polperro, you’ll find the beach just behind the harbour of the pretty fishing village – and you won’t be disappointed. The sandy beach emerges at low tide and as it’s just behind the harbour it’s easy to get to and spend a few hours enjoying the setting before the tide returns. Polperro beach...
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