Spring Breaks in Looe – one of the best times to visit Cornwall.

4 nights for 3 in April and May

  • Champagne & flowers or chocolatesStay before May 17 and enjoy 4 nights for the price of 3. Your last night is free so you can enjoy a Spring Break in Looe from just £135 per person including Martin’s fabulous breakfast with dinner available from just £15 for 2 courses.
  • Add Champagne and Flowers or Chocolates for £30
  • Check availability above or Click HERE to Call: 01503 263956

Carpets of bluebells in the Looe Valley, wild garlic along the footpaths, campions and primroses in the hedgerows. Soon Polraen will be covered in wysteria. It’s one of the best times to visit – after  Easter and before the crowds so relax, recharge your batteries and visit National Trust properties like Lanhydrock and Cotehele. 

Blue bells in the Looe Valley on a Spring Break in Looe, Cornwall

Spring Breaks in Looe – our recommendations

On a short break at Polraen, leave the crowds behind in town and enjoy the beauty and tranquility of our peaceful Looe Valley location – parking conveniently in a spacious car park, relaxing in Polraen’s hotel style facilities set in a landscaped garden. Surrounded by glorious Cornish countryside against an amphitheatre of wooded slopes, buzzards hover above the valley, the odd pheasant strolls across the garden and the garden is full of colour – the view at breakfast from the conservatory is stunning.

Set up for the day with a great breakfast, you can reach the sea in 5 minutes, walk in the Looe Valley or on the South West Coast Path to Polperro or depart from convenient onsite parking for a day of touring the sights. From Polraen, we also have easy options for exploring locally without the stress of driving a car. The 5 minute journey on the scenic Looe Valley Line train from our location at Sandplace into Looe is a highlight for many who stay at Polraen, as you can spot the hotel (a bit like the Railway Children!) and see wildlife and birds from the train as it skirts the river bank just above the water line into Looe. Services run through the winter except there is no train service on a Sunday until May. There’s lots going on. Farmers markets, live entertainment in pubs and venues such as Carnglaze Caverns, the Hall for Cornwall, Truro Cathedral, Plymouth Pavilions, the Theatre Royale and of course the EdenProject. Take a look at some of our suggestions What’s On in Looe and South East Cornwall’.

Back at Polraen, relax in the comfortable guest lounge, watch tv, read a book and enjoy the facilities of a large country house – with a bar and enjoy excellent local produce served for evening dinner in the conservatory with a country garden view!