Seaview Holiday Village
About Seaview Holiday Village
Seaview Holiday Village is situated in a superb location close to the Cornish coast, near the port town of Looe and the charming fishing village of Polperro, and with enviable views across the countryside to the waters of Talland Bay. A perfect place for a break in Cornwall, this lovely little holiday park has a huge range of on-site amenities, including an indoor heated swimming pool with sauna, steam room and spa bath, a clubhouse with restaurant and bar, a games room, and much more. There’s also live entertainment and events for adults and kids alike, as well as handy additions such as a shop, an off-license, and a launderette.
Dog-friendly accommodation is available and comes complete with handy extras like a dog basket, two dog bowls, and dog treats. What’s more, the site itself caters brilliantly to pets, even to the point of having a special doggy drinks menu in the bar!
Things to Try
The seaside town of Looe is a popular tourist destination which sits astride the River Looe, its two halves connected by a bridge. Its beautiful but still operational fishing harbour, glorious sandy beach, and stunning Victorian architecture make it the perfect place to spend some time by the water.
The winding streets of the charming fishing village of Polperro are in parts so narrow that cars are banned, making this quaint destination perfect to traverse by foot or even by horse-and-cart ride. Why not learn about the village’s past in the smuggling museum or take a boat trip from the port?
Seaview Holiday Village offers a superb vantage point across the Cornish countryside to Talland Bay, so you’ll probably want to head out and see it close up. You’ll find two unspoilt shingle beaches, Talland Sand and Rotterdam Beach, in this truly gorgeous coastal location just waiting to be explored.
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For Food and Drink
Don’t miss the opportunity to sample seafood fresh off the boat when you pay a visit to Looe with its working fishing harbour. Try the Ancient Mariner Bistro, the Sea Kitchen, or the Plough on the Quay for finer dining options, but if you prefer traditional fish and chips visit Catch or the Coddy Shack.
Cornwall offers endless days out with its many attractions, including the astounding plant life within the biomes of the Eden Project, the historic appeal of the Victorian country house of Lanhydrock, the lush Lost Gardens of Heligan, and the thrill rides and all-ages fun of Camel Creek Family Adventure Park.
Keen hikers, or those looking to take their dog on a scenic stroll, will want to explore the local section of the South West Coast Path, accessible just a 20-minute walk away. This beautiful route runs a total of 630 miles along the beaches and oceanside cliffs of Cornwall and Devon.