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Get away from it all for a few days!

Short breaks in Looe at Seaview

Are you looking to escape to Cornwall for a mini break? Enjoy short breaks in Looe at Seaview Holiday Village and enjoy a little slice of this beautiful region.

We offer three and four night breaks at our holiday park, meaning you can still enjoy a short break away in South East Cornwall even if you can’t spare the time for a full week’s stay. Looe and Polperro are popular areas for short breaks and it’s easy to see why. Here you’re close to the spectacular south coast, with its hidden coves and sandy beaches, as well as being near to top family attractions and picture-postcard destinations.

Short breaks in Looe also have one other advantage – the chance to enjoy this region without spending a fortune! You can enjoy a mini break away and save, with prices from just £134!

Why choose short breaks in Looe at Seaview?

You can see and do so much during a short break in Cornwall at our holiday park – you’d be amazed at just how much you can experience in a few days! To help you plan your stay and to see where a few days can take you, we’ve put together a guide to short breaks in Looe, detailing all the great things you can do in just 3 days…

looe harbour

Day 1

10AM: Begin the day with a trip to Looe and Polperro, arguably two of the prettiest coastal destinations in Cornwall. Looe is a busy little fishing town, with a river splitting it in half. Wander around the narrow streets and browse the many independent shops of Looe before taking a boat trip along the coast to Polperro. Here you will see Cornwall’s coast from a new perspective! Polperro itself is a place steeped in maritime history, with a reputation for pirates and smugglers!

2pm: Visit the Monkey Sanctuary near Looe which rescues monkeys that have not had a happy start to their lives. Go and see the fantastic work of this animal charity, which is only a short drive from our park

6pm: Spend the late afternoon at our park and make the most of our fantastic leisure facilities! Jump into our swimming pool or relax in the steam room or spa. There’s also a games room for the kids! To round off the evening enjoy a great meal in our on-site bar and relax with some top quality entertainment!

Day 2:

10am: Whether you’re considering short breaks in Looe or a longer stay, no visit to Cornwall is complete without a visit to the Eden Project. One of Cornwall’s most popular attractions, Eden allows you to step into another world with its Mediterranean and Rainforest biomes. There’s also an ice-rink here in the winter months and even live music.

1pm: On your way home from the Eden Project, go via the historic port of Fowey. This extremely popular town enjoys a majestic setting at the mouth of the River Fowey. After a hard afternoon wandering around the shops, head up high to get a great view of this town’s picture-perfect location.

6pm: Head into Looe for a tasty evening meal. If you love seafood then check out one of the many great local restaurants – all serving up freshly caught fish and shellfish!

Day 3:

10am: Get those walking boots laced up because it’s time to explore! At Seaview you’re in the perfect place to enjoy coast and country walks. Choose the coast and say hello dozens of miles of the South West Coast Path, which are just waiting for you to explore! From Fowey and Polruan to the east of our holiday park to the Rame Peninsular in the far west, there’s so much coast to explore! If, however, you prefer the countryside, then visit Bodmin Moor. Here you can scale moorland peaks or visit historic sites such as the Hurlers stone circles or the Cheesewring.

2pm: Porefell Animal Park is located only a short drive from our site and is home to dozens of rare and exotic creatures. Well worth a visit – the kids will love it!

4pm: No short break in Looe is complete without a trip on the scenic Looe Valley Line. This branch line, which runs from Liskeard to Looe, follows the East Looe River and has been ranked as one of the most scenic railway lines in the country.

For short breaks in Looe or longer stays, speak to us today on 01503 272335 or book on-line.