Had a fantastic stay. Lodge accommodation was to a high standard and had all the amenities you could wish for and owners supplied lots of useful information. Plot was very spacious, lots of room for children to run around on. Site was well maintained and laid out. Surrounding area was beautiful and ...
10 minute walk from a carpark on the edge of the village as no parking at the hotel but was provided with a parking pass so no costs incurred .This was collected by a brief drive into the village to drop luggage to collect the pass before going back to the carpark .Accommodation reached by a side ...
Although advertised as being in Looe, it is in fact in Polperro, which is a few miles away. The property is quaint and the rooms, though very nice, are small, warm, and up flights of stairs. The host was helpful. A very pleasing stay for a couple of days.
This is a Beautiful hotel and is in a perfect location in the heart of polperro. I have no bad comments about this hotel and i would definately stay here again.
Visited several times before with old owners. Delighted to see the Inn has kept it's charm. Owners friendly and a warm welcome as usual. Beautiful place and can't wait to go again
Soak up the marvels of the natural environment at Polperro Harbour.
It resides in Looe.
The Trenderway Farm is the one and only hotel choice available in the immediate area of Polperro Harbour. It is just 1 mile away.
If you're searching for reasonably priced accommodation that is local, you're in luck! Only 3 miles away is the Little Mainstone Guest House, a comfortable budget hotel.
Booking a room at the Bridgeside Guest House - B&B, just 3 miles away, is an excellent option for those who enjoy the comfort and prestige of high-end accommodation.
If the robust coffee at The Museum Tea Room doesn't prepare you for a day at Polperro Harbour, the yummy treats will. This popular place is nearby. Later on, you should sit down for a meal at The Three Pilchards. This spot is also within walking distance. Are you buying the next round? Let the liquor flow at Blue Peter Inn.