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The Slipway B&B, hotel in Port Isaac

The Slipway B&B is a Grade II listed building that dates back to 1527 and is located opposite Port Isaac harbor.

Convenience
Scored 8.7
8.7
Rated excellent
Excellent
835 reviews
Price from$156.14per night
Port Gaverne Hotel, hotel in Port Isaac

In the beautiful secluded cove of Port Gaverne, this charming 17th-century inn has light, airy rooms with free WiFi throughout.

Food was excellent
Scored 8.4
8.4
Rated very good
Very Good
938 reviews
Price from$185.41per night
Harbour Hotel Padstow, hotel in Port Isaac

Located on Padstow’s busy harbor front, the 4-star Padstow Harbor Hotel features views of the town and Camel Estuary. There is a popular restaurant as well as bright, individually styled rooms.

Location is excellent and the suite/room, which opened onto the garden, in one of the towers, was generous and very comfortable. Breakfast was also very good and loved the complementary G&T on arrival in our room.
Scored 8.7
8.7
Rated excellent
Excellent
1,907 reviews
Price from$188.67per night
Molesworth Arms, hotel in Port Isaac

Located in Wadebridge, 1.6 miles from Brea Beach, Molesworth Arms provides accommodations with a restaurant, free private parking and a bar.

Nice quiet location, Nice restaurant with good food. Very nice staff,
Scored 8.2
8.2
Rated very good
Very Good
1,033 reviews
Price from$122.46per night
The Wootons Inn, hotel in Port Isaac

Located in Tintagel, a 10-minute walk from Merlin's Cave Beach, The Wootons Inn provides accommodations with a garden, free private parking, a terrace and a restaurant.

It's location is very convenient for visiting Tintagel Castle. Breakfast was satisfactory and main aspect me and my family like is they prepare fresh breakfast and you need to fill form for it and provide choice. This approach reduces waste. Breakfast quantities are very good too.
Scored 7.9
7.9
Rated good
Good
994 reviews
Price from$130.12per night
The Olde Malthouse Inn, hotel in Port Isaac

Located in Tintagel, a 11-minute walk from Merlin's Cave Beach, The Olde Malthouse Inn provides accommodations with a terrace, free private parking, a restaurant and a bar.

Right opposite the entrance to Tintagel
Scored 8.8
8.8
Rated excellent
Excellent
926 reviews
Price from$149.63per night
St Moritz Hotel, hotel in Port Isaac

With views over the Camel Estuary and Atlantic Ocean, St Moritz Hotel features a spa with indoor and outdoor pool, gym and tennis courts.

The staff were extremely welcoming, friendly and helpful. The hotel is undergoing a refurbishment but this didn't impact the stay other than no indoor pool (which we knew about beforehand). The outdoor pool was still open and was warm. The facilities, bar, restaurant and location were fantastic and we would definitely return.
Scored 8.5
8.5
Rated very good
Very Good
349 reviews
Price from$175.66per night
St Tudy Inn, hotel in Port Isaac

Located in Bodmin, 23 miles from Newquay Train Station, St Tudy Inn provides accommodations with a restaurant, free private parking and a bar.

Excellent breakfast
Scored 9.1
9.1
Rated wonderful
Wonderful
149 reviews
Price from$143.13per night
Polzeath Beach House, hotel in Port Isaac

Polzeath Beach House is a new contemporary Boutique Hotel, opened in 2020. Overlooking Polzeath Beach, it is a 2-minute walk down to the sea and large sandy beach.

The view from the apartment was spectacular! The apartment had everything what you wish for a beach holiday.Everything was perfect..the food in the restaurant was delicious.
Scored 8.8
8.8
Rated excellent
Excellent
359 reviews
Price from$229per night
The Cornishman Inn, hotel in Port Isaac

Located in Tintagel, a 3-minute walk from the castle rumored to have been birthplace of King Arthur, this traditional inn features free WiFi and free parking on site.

Great location. On site restaurant serves good food with reasonable prices. Everything was clean and comfortable. Staff friendly and helpful. Shops and restaurants right by the inn. Easy walk to Tintagel castle and Merlin’s cave.
Scored 8.2
8.2
Rated very good
Very Good
1,313 reviews
Price from$156.14per night
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What Guests Said About Port Isaac:

  • Scored 8.0
    8.0

    I have been visiting Port Isaac for over 30 years.

    I have been visiting Port Isaac for over 30 years. The sea is very attractive, but the village in general appeared tatty, dirty and not gardened. Some houses have expensive renovations, but are sitting empty! The business were similar, which put us off eating at them. The Golden Lion, is full of unchanged character & a good average meal / pint. The jetty fish shop is also good. The co-op is an asset.
    Susan
    United Kingdom
  • Scored 8.0
    8.0

    Port Isaac is lovely, but access for anyone with walking...

    Port Isaac is lovely, but access for anyone with walking problems is difficult. It is very steep and not really accessible by car. Parking is at least 20 minutes away. The School House is a great place to eat.
    Roy
    United Kingdom
  • Scored 10
    10

    Port Isaac is a glorious, historic fishing village in North...

    Port Isaac is a glorious, historic fishing village in North Cornwall. On the harbour level, you'll find a higgledy-piggledy assortment of lanes packed with beautiful, picture-perfect cottages. Also on this level is the beach/harbour itself, a great pub and several tourist shops and restaurants that specialise in locally caught seafood (including Nathan Outlaw's fantastic restaurant). On Port Isaac's top levels, you'll find shops and more independent restaurants. It's a really atmospheric, special place, framed by the rugged Cornish coastline. However, be warned: it gets VERY busy in peak season (a nightmare for parking), so consider a stay during quieter times.
    Paul
    United Kingdom
  • Scored 10
    10

    It's such a beautiful place to visit all year round.

    It's such a beautiful place to visit all year round. Unfortunately, it happened to me to visit it in autumn but anyway, I enjoyed both visits. I believe in summertime it should be outstanding to be there. I would definitely recommend visiting it if you want an escape from the busy city. I would recommend you to visit the Newquay too. It's worth it.
    Karo_R
    United Kingdom
  • Scored 10
    10

    A beautiful, peaceful village. Cornish people so lovely.

    A beautiful, peaceful village. Cornish people so lovely. The village is isolated but depicts everything we know it for on the tv and movies (Doc Martin and Fishermen’s Friends). It does not disappoint. But there is much more. artists, nice eateries and gift shops. Also great history and sense of community. It is a relaxed pace to just chill. There are hills and cobblestones streets - but accessible for most. Take a walking tour to find out about history, movie making and life in the village. No access for cars so you must be able to walk everywhere. Do need to use buses or have a car if you wish to explore more of Cornwall. Transport is an issue. Do your research if you are train travellers. If touring then 1 full day and night in Port Isaac a must. Very safe. Loved it! There is a small Co-op. Suggest you take alcohol eg scotch with you if you feel like drink in your accommodation - as not a lot on offer. A range of restaurants. Such fresh seafood. If you have a self contained unit you can buy fresh and eat in. But restaurants offer seafood specials.
    Sandra
    Australia
  • Scored 10
    10

    It is a beautiful fishing village with lots of good...

    It is a beautiful fishing village with lots of good restaurants and shops. Picturesque! We enjoyed our tour of Doc Martin and seeing the scenes from Fishermen’s Friends movie. We would definitely come again but find a day trip would have covered it along with the terrific hike to Port Quinn.
    Colleen

Explore guest reviews of hotels in Port Isaac

  • Scored 9.3
    9.3
    Rated wonderful
    Wonderful
     · 122 reviews
    We used Plain Street Cottage as a base whilst walking on the South West Coastal Path. It was ideally situated near to Port Isaac so that we could park there each day. If we had wanted to use the bus it was also directly on the 56 route which runs between Newquay and Port Isaac. The cottage was very homely and had all of the amenities that we required. Whilst we didn't meet Zoe she gave very clear and timely instructions on how to find the property.
    Stephen
    United Kingdom
  • From $321.38 per night
    Scored 8.4
    8.4
    Rated very good
    Very Good
     · 938 reviews
    It’s a lovely pub and in the most fantastic location. It is tranquil and beautiful and right by the sea, but only 10 minutes walk into bustling Port Isaac - perfect! ALL the staff were really lovely, welcoming and chatty - we felt very welcome. The food was great, the breakfast was outstanding and the bed was super comfortable.
    Katy
    United Kingdom
  • Scored 8.6
    8.6
    Rated excellent
    Excellent
     · 17 reviews
    The stay at the old cobblers was all that we expected from the description and photos. We had been to Port Isaac before briefly in the past so knew the area. The flat was perfect for the two of us and easy access to surrounding areas for days out
    Wayne
    United Kingdom
  • Scored 9.6
    9.6
    Rated exceptional
    Exceptional
     · 20 reviews
    Clean, well equipped, wood burning stove, ideal location for amenities, pub, coffee houses, shop and spectacular coast path. Most places dog friendly.
    Tim
    United Kingdom
  • Scored 9.1
    9.1
    Rated wonderful
    Wonderful
     · 45 reviews
    Ideal distance by car to Port Isaac and Tintagel. Lovely cosy cottage; with a relaxing, pretty garden. Excellent food at the nearby Cornish Arms!
    Marianne
    United Kingdom