Polperro Looe, Cornwall
Bright and spacious holiday home in the historic Cornish fishing village of Polperro, perfect for groups or family escapes to the seaside.
Please note: minimum stay for this property is: 3 nights low season & 7 nights high season
Palm Court is owned and managed by Luca Leonard.
You can ask a question or make a booking request directly with Luca Leonard.
This impressive, Colonial style house, located in the traditional Cornish fishing village of Polperro, was designed by an American architect in the 1930s. The large verandah and the two terraces were built with long summer days in mind, enjoying meals outdoors and entertaining late into the evening. In the cooler months, retreat indoors and stay cosy by the log fires and enjoy the newly refurbished interior with its colourful modern artwork. Comfortably sleeping up to 12 guests, Palm Court is perfect for big family get togethers or seaside escapes with friends.
The interior feels bright and spacious, thanks to the big windows and white walls throughout. Natural materials and neutral colours have been chosen for the furnishings, creating a relaxed atmosphere, while the collection of modern artwork adds subtle splashes of colour and character. There are several large living spaces with log fires and views over the garden as well as a games room with a pool table. The kitchen is fully equipped to cater for large groups and there’s plenty of room for everyone around the dining table.
You’ll find the theme of natural materials and furnishings continues through to the bedrooms, creating calming spaces with comfy beds that promise a good night’s sleep. You’ll find five of the bedrooms on the first floor. There are two luxurious super king rooms with ensuite bathrooms, along with a double, a twin and a bunk room that share a bathroom. The final room is downstairs and has a double bed and an ensuite.
It’s an easy stroll down into the heart of Polperro, a small and historic fishing village with winding streets that lead to a pretty harbour. Sit and watch the boats bobbing around in the harbour from one of the cafes, ice cream parlours or the famous Blue Peter Inn. You can wander along the coastal path in either direction and enjoy some spectacular coastal scenery. Head one way and you’ll reach the idyllic town of Looe and in the other, you’ll find Polruan and Fowey where you can go kayaking or enjoy some of the freshest seafood at one of the restaurants.
£3,500 per week low season
(£500 per night, 3 night minimum)
£4,200 per week high season
(£600 per night, 1 week minimum)
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