Make no mistake, this peaceful fishing cove, mellow Polperro, was once a thriving centre for the area's smuggling.
Wagonloads of contraband left here, some heading across Bodmin Moor en route to London.
The 'freetraders' have long since sailed into folk history and the shining shoals of pilchards have gone, but a visit to the smuggling museum brings this rich heritage back to life.
With its protected inner harbour full of colourful boats. Polperro is still a working fishing village, although tourism provides the main source of income. Attractions include a Museum of Smuggling and a model village.
Fore Street, East Looe Tel: 01503 262284
Suppliers of Costumes and Accessories for all occasions
The Joke Shop
A unique Cornwall Hotel in Looe
In conjunction with souvenirs, jewellery, etc. For gifts, toys, Hannafore Point Hotel 37 well appointed bedrooms
Headland Restaurant serving Table d’hote menu
Raffles Brasserie served al a carte menu and daily specials
Newly refurbished Spa and Leisure facilities
Our Hotel in Cornwall, The Hannafore Point, offers stunning panoramic views across Looe Bay and the unspoiled Cornish coast.
The majority of bedrooms have balconies. The Kitchen offers a wide variety of freshly cooked local produce complimented by some interesting wines from the cellar.
This well presented Hotel in www.cornish-visitor.co.uk
Cornwall has a range of facilities to cater for Conferences and Seminars to Weddings and private functions.
Enjoy beautiful views from the A la Carte and Terrace Bar Restaurants, it has well-appointed en-suite bedrooms with full facilities and an indoor heated swimming pool.
There’s ample parking for all our guests too.
Function and Wedding Specialist Friendly and professional service Open to Non-Residents
Hannafore Point Hotel
Hannafore I West Looe I Cornwall firstname.lastname@example.org
01503 263273 www.hannaforepointhotel.com
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