Food Glorious Food

From the humble pasty to the sumptuous lobster Cornwall offers so much to the foodie on holiday. Wonderful locally produced cheeses, ciders, wines, meats, charcuterie and seafoods are all readily available to enjoy in your holiday home or to sample at one of the fine eateries of which there are many in Looe and the surrounding towns and villages. Looe i...

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January in Looe

For many people January is an excuse to hibernate. The over indulgence of Christmas eating and drinking fuels guilt and forces us to take stock. The weather is cold and we face an inner conflict over whether to brave the cold and keep the New Year’s resolution to exercise more or snuggle on the sofa. Well today we embraced the January sunshine, mummifi...

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Events January 2017

 Although in terms of visitor numbers this is the quietest time of year life still goes on and here is a selection of activities if you are down this way. Additionally our internationally acclaimed attractions - the Eden Project and the National Maritime Museum at Falmouth are open are both open all the year.  7th Richard II  at Cinema ...

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Remember remember 5 things in November

The smell of bonfires burning, the evenings drawing in and the ever futile search for that missing glove can only mean one thing, November is here!Cornwall has so much to offer all year round and November is no exception with lots of fun things for families to do.BeachesThe beaches in Cornwall become perfect for walking on without fear of treading on a prize...

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CORNWALL FOR TEENAGERS

 As we all know prising teenagers away from their electrical devices and keeping them entertained on holiday can be a real challenge! Finding a holiday perfect for the whole family can be tricky but Cornwall really has so much to offer in terms of meeting the whole family’s needs. When building sandcastles and paddling in the sea no longer cuts it...

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Top 5 reasons to visit Looe in May

 May is a fantastic time to visit Cornwall. The weather is getting warmer and there is lots going on. Here are our top 5 reasons to visit Looe in May!Enjoy the Festival of the SeaLooe’s Festival of the Sea takes place on Sunday 1st May and celebrates all things marine!  It will be a fun filled day of entertainment, music, education and tradit...

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Dog Friendly Holidays

More pet owners than ever are choosing to bring their furry BFFs on holiday, avoiding expensive kennel costs and the pang of separation! Cornwall is a truly great location for a dog-friendly holiday. It offers not only a wealth of stunning scenery, but also has some amazing beaches and countryside which offer the perfect place for your dog to get their daily...

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Easter Holidays

Easter is an eggceptional, egghilarating and eggcellent time to visit Cornwall! It is fair to say that there are lots of fun things happening at this time of year and plenty is chocolate based! However, with spring upon us, this is truly a wonderful time of year to visit this beautiful county for reasons other than the yummy sugary stuff! The weather is gett...

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News of Accreditation

 As a result of an intensive investigation into the operating procedures and practices of Cornish Collection we are now delighted to announce that we have been recognised by Quality in Tourism as an Accredited Agency. In summary this means that our procedures and ethical standards have been examined in detail and found to be up to the mark in all respec...

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Half term hols

 The first school holiday of 2016 is fast approaching and after a long, wet winter why not head down to the warmest part of the UK for an early spring break? The spring bulbs are just making a show and the days are lenghthening so coastal walks and National Trust gardens are bursting into life after their winter slumbers.The pubs and most restaurants ar...

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