Walk - Looe, Talland & Polperro
5.7 miles (9.2 km)
Looe Station - PL13 1HP Looe Station
Moderate - The first mile is on flat tarmac, while the rest is on paths, with some ascent and descent.
A coastal walk taking in a holy legend and a sixth century monastery, as well as an eighteenth century eccentric and a nineteenth century engineer. There are rockpools on the beaches, with remnants of shipwrecks and tales of smugglers, and the walk ends with a stroll up through the picturesque fishing village of Polperro to Crumplehorn, where you can catch a bus back to Looe. A good autumn walk for spotting migrant birds: finches and warblers in the hedges, skuas and terns offshore, and sometimes even the more unusual Sooty shearwater.
The House on the Props B&B
The House on the Props is a 16th Century timber property with half of the building being 'propped' up over the river on old ships timbers. We are in a very prominent position in Polperro, directly on the South West Coast Path. We open daily from 9am and serve Breakfast, Lunch, Cream Teas, Home Made Cakes and Fresh Fish in the evening. We pride ourselves on serving Fresh Cornish produce when ever possible, and all our cakes pastries and scones are home made on the premises, as well as our main meals.