The simply stunning Observatory with blissful bubbling hot tub taking in the glorious countryside views.
The stunning Observatory in all its glory, clad in copper and shining in the sunlight.
The inside is just stunning as the outside, with lovingly thought-out detail wherever you look.
Not only is it gorgeous inside, but there is also everything you could need for a comfortable stay.
There is a lovely patio area, complete with chiminea, for sitting out and enjoying a sunny evening.
A beautiful retreat in a beautiful setting (you can just see the roof of the terrific Tabernacle, which shares this stunning setting).
Sit out in the great outdoors, read a book, have a cuppa and just relax.
You can also enjoy the countryside views from your very own dining table.
What a spectacle to wake up to!
The ultimate retreat to return to after a day out and about.
The ammonite engraving adds to the magical feel of the Observatory.
The comfortable bed has a four-poster feel and enjoys the same glorious country outlook.
The roasty toasty wood-burner will keep you cosy.
The comfortable seating area is perfect for relaxing with a good book.
There is a cornucopia of cosmic antiques and artefacts displayed on the shelves.
Every little details has been thoughtfully put together and provided.
Since you are staying in the Observatory, learning about the stars and planets is a must!
Learn about the night's sky and then observe it from the bubbling hot tub - bliss!
Will you spot any wild animals in the meadow?
There is a well-equipped kitchen area, complete with kettle and two-ring gas hob.
There's running hot and cold water, too.
Cuppa, anyone?
The en suite shower-room is just as special as the rest of the Observatory.
Complete with hot and cold running water and proper flushing loo.
The Observatory theme is even carried through into the shower-room.
Enjoy a glass of wine or two and take in the view.
Whether you're inside or outside, this is a spectacular retreat.
Many an hour will be spent here!
Al fresco dining is a must!
What a spot to spend a well-needed holiday.
A retreat you truly will never forget.
The gorgeous stain glass porthole windows depict the phasing of the moon.
The skylight above the bed makes star-gazing a must!
Picturesque Polperro is packed full of charm.
The traditional fishing town of Looe.
Take a trip to the historic house and gardens at Lanhydrock- there's also a great network of cycling trails.
At Cardinham woods there are more trails to discover.
A trip to fashionable Fowey with its trendy shops and galleries and a whole host of places to eat and drink is a must.

The Observatory at Frieda and The Moon

4091

4.7 miles NW of Looe / Sleeps 2 + cot* (no children from 1 to 9)

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7 Nights from  £447

February 2019

If possible our stay at Frieda and the Moon was even more magical than our stay a year ago. Both the observatory and the tabernacle are exquisitely decorated and the location is the perfect escape in such an idyllic setting. We would give it 6 stars if we could. Sophie and James


October 2018

Excellent and quirky property completely off grid, fantastic stay to get away from it all


October 2018

The Cottage is really lovely and unique if you want a relaxing holiday this is the place,not far from places to visit


August 2018

Our best weekend away by far. Nothing was too much trouble for our hosts and even cooked our pizzas ??


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