With its safe, sandy beaches, towering rugged sea cliffs and dramatic moorland, Cornwall enjoys more hours of sunshine than virtually any other part of the British Isles. It is here, to the south of the village of Duloe, a little over three miles inland from the fishing village of Looe, that you will find Duloe Manor.
Built around 1690, this historic Queen Anne manor house has now been restored and converted into superb holiday apartments and cottages.
At Duloe Manor, you can make the most of one of the UK’s premier tourist destinations. Cornwall has no shortage of things to do, whatever the weather. If cliffs, beaches and charming fishing villages aren’t enough, then you can enjoy the many renowned gardens, museums, theme parks, maritime centres, heritage centres, zoos and wildlife reserves dotted around the county.