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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...
Perfect place to stay nearby Port Isaac, 15' foot walk on following the river. Confortable and nice vibes!
Offering barbecue facilities and garden view, Seaview Cottage is located in Port Isaac, 23 miles from Newquay Train Station and 8.8 miles from Tintagel Castle.
Excellent property and a great location, very comfortable. I would highly recommend Sea View Cottage
The Blacksmith's Shop, a property with a garden, is located in Port Isaac, a 10-minute walk from Port Gaverne Beach, 25 miles from Newquay Train Station, as well as 10 miles from Tintagel Castle.
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.
Located in Port Isaac, within 22 miles of Newquay Train Station and 11 miles of Tintagel Castle, Plain Street Cottage, The Barn B&B has accommodations with a garden and free Wifithroughout the...
Zoe provided the perfect atmosphere for a English country side B & B. Very gracious and informative. Great breakfast, very clean and comfortable. Basil was very entertaining.
Offering free WiFi, St Kew Escapes is set in the picturesque village of St Kew, 3.1 mi from Port Isaac.
Stayed in the beech hut and it was really lovely. Warmly welcomed on arrival by Leonie who showed us around and gave us some tips. The welcome basket included the most amazing sourdough bread. The accommodation itself was clean, had all the equipment and facilities you needed and was warm too. The solid fuel stove was easily managed and the spiral staircase to the bedroom was easy to navigate. Would stay again without hesitation.
Offering free Wifi and free private parking, Bay House Lundy Port Isaac Apartment with Sea Views is located in Port Isaac, just a 3-minute walk from Port Gaverne Beach.
The location and view, were fantastic. We loved the spaceous apartment and warm, contemporary atmosphere. The walks from the apartment were incredible.
Bay House Lobber Port Isaac Apartment with Sea Views is located in Port Isaac, 26 miles from Newquay Train Station, 11 miles from Tintagel Castle, and 23 miles from Restormel Castle.
Perfect location, the property was clean and easily large enough for 4 adults. We had to contact the owners and were really pleased with how responsive they were.
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.
If you're going because you're enamored with the Doc Martin TV show and want to get in on the tour, you need to reserve a spot by phone. The number's by the beach. Everything looks much, much smaller than in the TV show...they used a wide-angle lens. You won't get inside of Doc Martin's house - it's private property. The locals we met were helpful and friendly. The streets are steep. The air is damp, even in the cottages. Plan on parking outside of town. If you're staying overnight, take only light baggage. Plan on lots of tourists in July & August. Eating places close at 8 p.m.
Excellent short break. Be prepared to park a mile or so outside of the village, but the village is not built for traffic. There is a shuttle service from the car parks. We booked a taxi to return to the car park, but make sure you make a booking at least a day in advance. It's well worth the inconvenience, because Port Isaac is a lovely place to stay.
Very picturesque and obviously recognisable from Doc Martin, expensive as they cash in on the popularity of the program. Once visited for a few hours not much else to do, but plenty of other areas close by worth visiting. My advice would be stay elsewhere (probably a cheaper option) and visit for a few hours, there is a reasonable amount of parking in the area although not in the centre.
A variety of restaurants, including Outlaw's fish kitchen which offers a 6 course Michelin star menu (really high quality food with and excellent wine list). A quaint fishing town with lovely views and gift shops. Good car parking albeit half a mile walk down hill to the village/harbour. Amazing views
We came to port Isaac for the annual shanty festival,this takes place in various locations,pubs,village hall, restaurants and local recreation field,port Isaac is a beautiful village with masses of history.