The Studio at Loe Beach - sleeps 2 guests in 1 bedroom
Comfortable and Welcoming
We normally book the cottage in front of the Studio very year so that family and friends can stay and we have space to socialise with our many local friends. It is also a great location if you enjoy water sports. This year we did the same but booked the Studio for the second week so we could have a quieter few days to relax. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay in this cosy, well equipped property with it's balcony overlooking the sea. The owners are incredibly helpful and friendly and also run the café on the beach. If you are there on Friday, booking for the fish and chip night at Loe Beach Café is thoroughly recommended. We will be back.
A little paradise by the beach
Had wonderful stay at the Studio in May. The location, ambience, comfort & hospitality all excellent
Lovely Studio at Loe Beach
We have stayed in this lovely studio on Loe Beach twice, and each time have found it a perfect little place for two people. It has been very tastefully decorated with subtle colours, and has interesting pictures and other artefacts to give a nice touch of homeliness. The kitchen is well equipped and the bathroom very comfortable. Plenty of hot water always at your disposal.
The view from the studio is very beautiful and it is a very peaceful place to stay.
Lovely little retreat sway from it all. Clean and comfortable. Quiet peaceful location. With a great view.
Unique,comfortable accommodation in scenic, quiet setting.
Ideal accommodation for 2 people, modern and tasteful whilst still retaining some character of the original studio. Great location, only downside nowhere to walk to from studio without going on narrow roads. Lucky enough to experience the Friday night Fish & Chips at the Café (run by the owners of The Studio), best ever. Owners very welcoming, quick to respond to any queries, and full of information about the history of the Studio & farm.
I love the studio
I love the studio - it's comfortable, clean and functional and has great views. It's amazing to be almost on a beach where there arIt's amazing to be on the ebach
Loe Beach is situated between Truro and Falmouth and provides a wonderful safe environment to practice, or learn, all the basics of boat handling, from hiring motor boats or stand up paddle boards to lesson in sailing and windsurfing. Alongside the watersports centre is the bustling Loe Beach Cafe - perfect for a lunch, sandwich, ice cream or coffee. A couple of miles inland, in Penelewey is the very successful Punchbowl and Ladle, one of St Austell Ales' pubs and the food here is stunning and well worth a visit!
A short trip across the King Harry Ferry takes you onto the Roseland Peninsula and the tiny tranquil Cornish village of Philleigh. Famous for its sixteenth century pub, The Roseland Inn. Philleigh is ideally located for exploring the countryside of the Roseland Peninsula whilst only a ten minute drive from the superb beaches around Portscatho & Carne. The D-Day embarkation points at Turnaware Point and Smugglers Cottage are within a short drive.
The Cathedral City of Truro is in the heart of Cornwall and offers a wealth of facilities for the visitor. Dominated by the stunning cathedral, it is one of the south west's most attractive cities. Lemon Quay plays host to many events throughout the year including the Cornwall Food & Drink Festival in the Autumn and the famous Truro Fatstock Show just before Christmas. Regular farmers markets occur every Wednesdays & Saturday and there are also arts & craft markets on Saturdays. There is a wonderful range of shopping for the visitor including all the regular high street stores in addition to Marks & Spencer, Tescos & Sainsburys, but also a wide range of more specialist stores. It really is worth a wander through the back streets and alleys to find some fabulous little boutiques. Truro has a superb range of restaurants from Bustophers & Mannings on Lemon Street to the always popular Pizza Express. There is a plethora of lively bars, restaurants, pubs & nightclubs.
Falmouth is one of Cornwall's most popular places to visit because of its unique mix of attractions, water sports, beaches, history and places to eat. The National Maritime Museum Cornwall and Pendennis Castle are both high on visitors' lists of places to visit and the views from Pendennis on a fine day are truly magical. Falmouth is the sailing capital of Cornwall with its spectacular deep water natural harbour offering a haven for both cruisers and racers. Many events are held through the summer culminating in the famous Falmouth Regatta Week and associated shoreside events. The beaches at Gyllyngvase & Swanpool are coarse sand and are wonderfully sunny south facing spots. You can ride the ferry to beautiful St Mawes for the day or take a delightful trip around the estuary stopping off at Trelissick Gardens for coffee, lunch or tea. There are plenty of places to eat & drink in Falmouth including Rick Stein's Fish & Chip Restaurant & Oyster Bar at Discovery Quay which adds to the superb mix across the town.