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Mr. Paul Newson
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About Mr. Paul Newson
My wife and I run this small holiday business from our home office just outside Bath. We own the three properties we let in East Looe, Cornwall. We have designed the business on our own experiences of travelling and staying in holiday apartments. Here are our main principles: • Be as responsive as possible to any email communication from the customer. We try to answer all emails within the hour. • Offer interesting, historic buildings in a beautiful and relaxing environment. • Offer locations that work well without a car. • Try to make the properties as close to a “home from home” as possible. • Work hard to keep the standard of maintenance as high as possible. • We pay a bonus to our housekeeper if the words “spotlessly clean” appear in a review. • Make the business of booking as simple and straightforward as possible. • Trust our guests. • Provide enough information to enable guests to find the property easily. • Make the check in as simple as possible. • Provide a stress-free holiday from beginning to end.
Why Mr. Paul Newson chose Looe
This apartment is for you if you enjoy: Being within one minute of beautiful sandy Looe beach. A location two minutes from the shops, restaurants and pubs. Staying in an almost traffic free area. The sound of the waves breaking on the sea shore. A car free holiday. A cosy and warm home from home Walking the coastal paths at any time of year Areas of outstanding natural beauty within walking distance Staying in a proper working fishing town with friendly locals High speed WiFi connection with download speeds of up to 35 MB
What makes this Cottage unique
I have known Cornwall all my life and I chose Looe because: It feels like a real place with a fishing industry and work outside the tourist and second home business. Most of the homes in Looe are occupied all year round so the pubs are lively on a Friday night and the Fore Street can have a buzz about it on a Saturday morning. It is possible to arrive in Looe by train. It not very far inside Cornwall shaving an hour or more off the tail end a long drive from up-country. I chose this particular property because: I loved the idea of being so close to the beach. It was so quiet at night. I liked the privacy of being one row back from the sea front. I loved the thick solid construction and the history of the building. I could see it working well for short Winter breaks. I felt there was enough to do in the area to keep occupied for a week without using the car.
Please consider the following guidelines when booking this property:
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
Charming little place
Really sweet little home. Stayed there with spouse and son and it was perfect. Nicely situated. Seconds from the beach, shopping and many restaurants. Owner was great and got in touch with us upon arrival to make sure we had everything we needed. Would definitely return.
Cosy cottage in the centre of East Looe
My wife and I stayed in the Cornish Museum Apartment for 4 nights and loved it. The cottage had everything we needed and the location right next to the beach, restaurants and pubs was so handy. We are keen walkers so the cottage was a great location for some superb coastal walks.
Great apartment in an ideal location and perfect as a base for exploring the local area.
The apartment in the Old Cornish Museum was well equipped, spotlessly clean and very convenient for the beach and the town. As a base for exploring the local area it was perfect. Additional highlights were the many and varied local walks - especially the cliff walk to Polperro - and Lanhydrock House. Invariably after a days' hiking we would end up at Daisy's Cafe which was by far the best place to eat in town! Will definitely return...
Well appointed and great location
A very comfortable cottage fitted to a high standard. Couldn’t be better located for the village and shops. Being an old, traditional property on the ground floor within the enchanting narrow streets of East Looe, the natural lighting is low but more than compensated for by the lighting provided for within the apartment. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay - great cafes, pubs and restaurants and of course the beach!
Beautiful location and property loved it and will be back
So comfortable and clean great attention to detail and everything we needed for a relaxing break.
Appreciate the USB chargers and comfy bed
South Cornwall - reckoned to be Britain's most beautiful and interesting coastline - is a land of steep wooded rocky chines which lead inland from the sea along stream and river valleys. Villages spill down these craggy inlets to the water where there is often to be found an old fishing harbour, always massively defended against the rolling Atlantic winter storms, and in today's more gentle political climate usually home to yachts and fishing boats, rather than the sea-reivers, smugglers and wreckers of yore.
Mewing buzzards ride ladders of air above the craggy igneous Cornish landscape, as farmers work their herds in what is the balmiest climate in the British Isles, due to the gentle wash of the Gulf Stream along its shores. The local history is rich: the Spanish Armada may have failed in its mission, but South Cornwall saw the only successful invasion since William the Conqueror when the Spaniards briefly invaded the county. The little-known Stannary Parliament at nearby Liskeard
Other Activities: Shark fishing, seal watching, whale watching and bird watching