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Set within a 16th-century coaching inn, Cornish Arms Inn Port Isaac 2 miles is located in the traditional village of Pendoggett, on the North Cornwall coast, 2.5 miles to the traditional fishing... traditional Cornish inn, everything you could want, olde world charm, comfortable accommodations & good food.
Unique to the small fishing village of Port Isaac, The Gallery features a tiered traditional wild Cornish garden with spectacular sea views overlooking Port Isaac Bay. The Gallery is in a perfect location, in the heart of the town. Our room (2) had a glorious view. The immaculate room was very comfortable and pretty, the en suite nicely fitted, and the makings for tea were ready for us. The Wifi was great. Top notch communication. I hated to leave this lovely spot.
The Blacksmith's Shop offers accommodations in Port Isaac, 25 miles from Newquay Train Station and 25 miles from Eden Project. Everywhere was very clean and fresh and the kitchen was very well equipped. Incorporating the exposed, original stonework in the design of the conversion is very attractive. It was really good to have an off road parking space just outside and access to a lovely garden.
Offering free WiFi and free private parking, Coastguard Cottage is located in Port Isaac, just a 7-minute walk from Port Gaverne Beach. Loved the cottage it was really cosy and very well equipped. To be so near the village centre and have a parking space was a real bonus. Jim is quick to respond to queries and is very helpful.. two en suite shower rooms were lovely to have. A few lovely restaurants and cafes in the village and the pub is vert quaint. Good food..doc Martin was filming over 2 weeks which was good and bad...it was interesting to see but took over the village a bit. polzeath beach is fabulous and dogs are allowed on it up until May. Lovely farm shop on the wadebridge rd
It was a delightful town, great meals, doc Martin walking tour fabulous. Amazing castle ruins up the coast. We lucked on the annual festival so parade and live music. Ou accommodation had a bay window overlooking the harbour.
What a beautiful place! We loved the quaint cottages, the beautiful views and the magnificent hills. There was a multitude of choices for meals. It was quite a trip up to the bus stop with our cases when it was time to leave. We were lucky to get a taxi, but they are not easy to come by.
Its a difficult but beautiful drive to Port Isaac but well worth seeing one of the most beautiful and unique spots in the world. Slipway is charming, warm, accommodating. The food/breakast is fantastic and staff are very helpful and caring. A fantastic place to stay and visit. Don't miss this special place.
The area around the bay very nice and busy I would not recommend it for people with disabilities as the roads into it are very steep and parking unavailable at the bottom but generally it’s a lovely place to visit
As a 1st time glamping it far exceeded my expectations, everything you need for a fabulous cosy time for your stay. Peaceful & magical (worth getting up for sunrise & set) Port Isaac & Port Gaverne are just fab you never get tired of anything to do or see. Only down side for some quite hilly but we loved it! (no driving for 4 days) Local people really friendly, we even caught filming of Doc Martin Just a wonderful place!! Will be back😍
I enjoyed being so close to the sea I could hear it from my room while drifting off to sleep It was a perfect three day getaway, tried to book for a couple more days but it was fully booked, will book longer next year.
A really lovely fisherman's cottage over 3 floors. Everything you need for a relaxing time away. No parking as Port Isaac is a busy quaint village but there is a large cheap carpark nearby. No outside space (garden) but the harbour is a 1 minute walk away. Perfect place for a early morning walk with the dog with a cup of tea in hand. The Golden Lion pub opposite it really lovely and the food is scrummy 😁
Perfect location but easy to get out of the Village for wider exploring. Car parking space is a massive bonus. We have been visiting Port Isaac for over 20 years and this is the best all round cottage we have stayed in
Very comfortable property and within walking distance of many lovely different places to eat. Midway between the harbour in Port Isaac and Port Gaverne. Lovely views
Handy location with the Cornish Arms nearby and Port Isaac, Rock, Padstow, Trebarwith Strand all very accessible from the cottage.
Good communications from hotel. Informed me of what to do in case I arrive late. Nice comfortable room overlooking the harbour
Quaint , compact , bijou . Great location , literally a minutes walk to the ‘plat’ . Totally central in Port Isaac.
Very quaint hotel overlooking the bay. Doc Martin was filmed here.
The Gallery artwork and sculptures were amazing.
traditional Cornish inn, everything you could want, olde world charm, comfortable accommodations & good food.
All. Bed, bedroom, bathroom, quietness, parking, breakfast, staff, tea and kettle in room, room size