Natal House is situated in the picturesque fishing village of Polperro. Accessing the coastal paths and dramatic scenery of south east Cornwall, Polperro itself dates back to the 13th century. With a beautiful harbour and pretty white washed cottages.
Friendly local pubs and restaurants serving quality local food and ales. All rooms are centrally heated, equipped with colour TV, hair dryers and tea/coffee making facilities. Modern ensuite bathrooms with shower over. Here at Natal House we offer a superb cooked full English breakfast (vegetarian option is available),continental breakfast, together with a selection of cereals, yoghurts, fresh fruits and juice.
Well behaved dogs are welcome in two of our four rooms. Natal House is a non-smoking residence.
There is plenty to do whilst in Cornwall.
The acclaimed Eden Project is only a 30 minute drive from Polperro and is a Great Day Out! There is an abundance of glorious gardens to visit together with resorts and fishing villages on both the north and south coast. The beaches are superb. All are easily reached either by car or public transport. Perhaps you fancy some fishing - a fishing trip is easy to arrange.
If you just want to take in the beautiful scenery then take a walk along one of the many coastal paths. There is something for everyone.
Public transport is excellent. A short bus journey from Polperro to Looe (4 miles) will take you to the train station and from here the rest of Cornwall becomes accessible.
Throughout the season there are many local events taking place. Polperro itself hosts its' own Carnival Week in June and there are others in the area.
Steam and vintage car rallies; beer festivals and markets are just a few of the events. In the nearby town of Looe there are also many things to do. There is an abundance of restaurants serving local produce and fish. Freshly caught fish can be purchased on the fish quay.
People rarely visit Polperro only once.
They keep coming back!
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This page was last updated: 10 November 2010