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Just off the port is the beautiful Looe Island, now owned by Cornwall Wildlife Trust and administered as a haven: it's open on selected occasions through the year, and on a particularly low tide it's even possible to walk there.


On the cliffs overlooking Looe you'll find the Woolly Monkey Sanctuary, where you can see


rescue and conservation work in action for a growing family of threatened primates.


Looe was first granted a royal charter as long ago as the 12th century; it has long been a town of two halves, East and West, divided by its bridge. For more than 800 years, those two halves have been united in offering a welcome to visitors.


Polperro Looe Island


WEST WAYLAND CARAVAN PARK


All caravans fully furnished and equipped with shower, colour TV, toilet and fridge. No pets. Bookings Sat to Sat.


EXCELLENT VALUE • BOOKING ADVISABLE Sale of New and Secondhand Caravans


The Bungalow, Near Looe, Cornwall PL13 2JS - 01503 262410/01503 264070


Waves Ba & Restauant Seato, The Pavillio, PL11 3JD 01503250065


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Coe and visit or restauant fo amazing


views of the bay, fantastic fod all made fesh just fo yo and meet or fiendly team!


Enquiries to Mrs Whatty, West Wayland Caravan Park,


Perfectly situated between Looe & Polperro, West Wayland Caravan Park is an excellent base from which to tour South East Cornwall


POLPERRO, a spectacular few miles along the coast from Looe, is a different kettle of fish. Sheltered from the ravages of time and tide in its cliff ravine.


It's an enchanting jumble of cottages, each one unmistakably


the work of a Cornish fisherman.


Wending your way through the traffic-free streets to the small harbour, you're treading the paths where barrows of fish were once carted and, under cover of night, brandy casks and tobacco bales were carried into their hideouts.


A warm welcome to Waves


Waves Bar & Restaurant offer the highest standards of hospitality, quality and value for money.


Situated right on the seafront at Seaton Pavillions, Bridge Road, Seaton in Cornwall, only a narrow road separates us from the beach, and it’s pretty spectacular when the Surf’s up!


Whether out with friends and family, work colleagues or clients, the Bar at Waves is sure to impress, with its amazing sea views, and relaxed, informal atmosphere.


Families welcome & dog friendly (allowed downstairs only).


Waves Restaurant


Enjoy a freshly prepared unique meal in our incredible restaurant, with its panoramic views of the Cornish coastline


12 Cornish Visitor Guide - Spring 2017


which lies just a matter of yards from your table.


We are proud of the food we prepare and serve and ingredients are sourced locally where possible, prepared to the highest standards, and served by friendly staff in warm and welcoming surroundings.


Whatever tickles your taste buds, there’s a good chance we’ve got it covered here at Waves.


From a traditional


Sunday roast or locally sourced Cream Tea, to Pizza www.cornish-visitor.co.uk


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