St. Loo is described of consisting of three parts; the old fishing village, the modern resort, and St. Loo Castle.
Stories set in St. Loo
- Peril at End House (1932) - Poirot and Hastings take a holiday in St. Loo, staying at the Majestic Hotel.
- Towards Zero (1944) - Nevile Strange and Merrick play against each other in the tennis tournament at St. Loo, watched by Neville's wife Kay Strange and her friend Ted Latimer. Lady Tressilian's solicitors, Askwith & Trelawny, have their offices in St. Loo.
- The Rose and the Yew Tree (1948) - St. Loo is the hometown of the invalid Hugh Norreys.
- According to Hastings, in Chapter 1 of Peril at End House: "No seaside town in the south of England is, I think, as attractive as St Loo. It is well named the Queen of Watering Places and reminds one forcibly of the Riviera. The Cornish coast is to my mind every bit as fascinating as that of the south of France."
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