The Fieldhead Hotel

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The Fieldhead Hotel offers a very high standard of hotel services and comfort being in the top 10% in Cornwall. Wonderful freshly prepared food from extensive daily changing menus. Clean, bright, airy, ensuite sea view rooms some with own balcony. Award winning terraces and gardens and magnificent sea views across Looe Bay.

 

This is an excellent area for visiting many National Trust properties in the Looe and South-East Cornwall area and other attractions including The Eden Project. Looe itself has a great variety of shops, restaurants, pubs and bustling fishing harbour.

 

Built in 1896 as a grand private residence, The Fieldhead is now a traditional, warm and friendly country house style hotel offering a very high standard of comfort and service.

 

The Fieldhead occupies a prime, elevated position with unrivalled sea views from virtually every room across Looe Bay to Rame Head and beyond.

 

Virtually all bedrooms have tremendous sea views - a perfect way to start and end the day is by gazing out on the ever changing views and colours. Every bedroom is ensuite with bath and shower; and all have recently been refurbished. Four superior rooms offer more space and are luxuriously equipped. Two have their own balcony and two are on the ground floor.

 

Heated and open from mid May to the end of September; the Fieldhead's large, newly renovated swimming pool is set in the cliff above the garden and is a veritable sun trap with more wonderful sea views.

 

The Fieldhead is set in 1½ acres of gardens and terraces which provide a most attractive setting for reading, relaxing or watching the activity at sea.

 

The Restaurant at The Fieldhead has far reaching views across Looe Bay and diners delight in watching the fishing fleet come and go throughout the day. Mainly French and English, a daily changing menu with several choices offers a wide variety of fresh local produce. 

 

A Fieldhead Breakfast is the perfect way to start the day with an extensive range of cereals, fruit, yoghurts, pastries, ham and cheese, which can be followed by a full traditional English Breakfast including kippers and haddock.