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Best things to do in West Looe

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Restaurant
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“Amazing food and overlooking the harbour. Our absolute favourite restaurant.”
6 locals recommend
Bar
“This is the oldest pub in Looe and has a wonderful friendly atmosphere. There is a pool table and regular music events.”
7 locals recommend
Bar
“Lovely pub with great food. Currys are great. Local community use this and they welcome dogs too.”
5 locals recommend
Café
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“Fabulous food, great fish dishes and a wide selection of wines. A favourite of ours, and beautifully situated in its own courtyard in the fishing town of Looe”
5 locals recommend
Town
“The lovely fishing village of Looe. For the more energetic - walk the stunning south west coastal path from Downderry and catch the bus back if one way’s enough exercise for you! (Check bus timetables online). ”
44 locals recommend
Café
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“Amazing breakfast, scones, cakes, soup, very quirky & at the bottom of the hill.”
4 locals recommend
Bakery
“Traditional Cornish Pasties: Delicious!! Have been coming here for years. They also have great sweet and savoury pies, and such a cute, friendly shop. ”
3 locals recommend
Restaurant
“This is a lovely little italian restaurant, very small but lovely food and owner is always very welcoming.”
5 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“If you love to fish as we do then treat yourself to a fishing trip down Looe where you can keep your catch and enjoy for dinner later on.”
2 locals recommend
Restaurant
“The restaurant serves great food, modern setting overlooking the river, with friendly service.”
5 locals recommend
Establishment
“Selling everything from fruit, veg, meat, deli, to gluten free, & free from & world food, it also has a post office. Many Cornish produce can be found in this store.”
2 locals recommend
Meal Takeaway
“New takeaway, with some stool seating, by celebrity chefs the Tanner Brothers (James and Chris). Known for their restaurant 'Tanners' in Plymouth and various televison shows.”
2 locals recommend
Café
“Great little café, coffee shop and bistro situated on Looe's Quay. Serves a great selection of sandwiches, paninis, tapas, and cakes. Often open later in the summer, serving wine, gin and pastis. A great family run café with fabulous views across the harbour. Inside and outside seating. Dog and child friendly, although Looe beach is not dog friendly between May and October, but Hannafore beach over on West Looe is pooch friendly all year round.”
3 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Trawlers is Looe's noteworthy seafood restaurant and often serve a good selection of lobster, scallops, calamari, lemon sole and other fresh fish, all caught by the Looe day boats. Slightly more pricey than the Coddy Shack as more of a wine bar restaurant than family restaurant. A nice friendly place with great views over Looe harbour. Inside and outside seating, although limited. Booking advisable in the peak months. Serving a good selection of wine but If you like gin, why not try a glad of Tarquins Cornish gin :)”
3 locals recommend
Bar
3 locals recommend
Bar
“The Harbour Moon Inn does excellent pub grub, with a many tables inside and some outside, with a lovely view of the river from West Looe Quay. There is also live music in the evenings, and live sport on big sporting occasions.”
2 locals recommend