The Watermark is situated in quiet West Looe overlooking the sandy family beach, town and little fishing harbour of Looe and commands panoramic views over the famous Banjo Pier, along the coast to Rame Head and out to sea. It is the perfect place for a traditional holiday by the sea in Cornwall. Four of our B&B rooms have private balconies where you can relax and take in the breathtaking views and our self catering apartment has a terrace with views over Looe beach and out to sea.
Welcome to the Watermark
Covid restrictions update
The Watermark is closed until the 17th May,if all the conditions are met. We are here if you would like to make any reservations for the summer months. We require a £100 deposit that can be taken over the phone. If you would like to make a reservation or have any enquiries please call on 01503 262123.
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Our B&B Rooms and Self Catering Apartment
We offer double and family rooms. All our bed and breakfast rooms are ensuite and stylishly furnished to a high standard and all have sea views. Four of our B&B rooms have private balconies where you can relax and take in the breathtaking views.
Our self catering annex and terrace apartment sleeps up to 4 in two bedrooms each with a double bed. Its large terrace offers panoramic views over Looe, the beach and Banjo pier and out to sea.
Breakfast and Afternoon Tea
For our Bed and Breakfast guests, a hearty award winning Cornish breakfast is served to start off your day and a complimentary homemade Cornish cream tea is served each afternoon in the dining room. There is also an honesty bar so that you can sample a local ale or cider or a refreshing glass of wine in the lounge area while enjoying some of the best sea views in the West Country.
For guests staying in our self catering apartment, pre-ordered Breakfast is available at £12.95 per person.
There is free on site parking for all rooms other than the Annex and Terrace apartment. The bridge which crosses the river into the town and main beach is a short walk down from The Watermark.