The Quay, West Looe, Devon, PL13 2BU, United Kingdom
The Portbyhan Hotel is located in West Looe, England, on the quayside of this Cornish fishing village. Looe Station is 700 metres from the hotel and Plymouth Airport 22 miles away. Hotel Features. The Portbyhan Hotel is a salmon pink townhouse. Coffee is available in the lobby, and there are laundry facilities on site. The Looe Fish Market is opposite the hotel, so the restaurant at Portbyhan offers fresh fish and seafood dishes on an a la carte menu, from Moules Marinieres to Scallops

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Location. The Portbyhan Hotel is located in West Looe, England, on the quayside of this Cornish fishing village. Looe Station is 700 metres from the hotel and Plymouth Airport 22 miles away. Hotel Features. The Portbyhan Hotel is a salmon pink townhouse. Coffee is available in the lobby, and there are laundry facilities on site. The Looe Fish Market is opposite the hotel, so the restaurant at Portbyhan offers fresh fish and seafood dishes on an a la carte menu, from Moules Marinieres to Scallops, with specialities cooked on a stone grill. A full English breakfast is complimentary. The hotel bar is frequented by locals as well as residents, with nightly entertainment. The bar at the hotel has a pool table. Nearby are facilities for water sports from sailing to windsurfing. The 18 hole golf course at Looe Golf Club is four miles away. Guestrooms. The 35 guestrooms at the Portbyhan Hotel have patterned decor with antique style furniture. Amenities include televisions with satellite channels, direct dial phones, and tea and coffee makers. Most rooms enjoy views of the harbour or the town. Expert Tip. A few times a year the tide is low enough to journey on foot to Looe Island, left to the Cornwall Wildlife Trust by the Atkins sisters, who lived there for 40 years.

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