Bed and Breakfast Accommodation in Port Isaac, Cornwall
Port Isaac Cottages
Morley's Cottage is a traditional Cornish fisherman's cottage nestling in the heart of the historic fishing village of Port Isaac. It sleeps 4 and the main bedroom has views of the picturesque harbour and sea. It has exposed beams, slate walls and a cosy log burning fire. At night, when the tide is in, you can lie in bed and hear the sea. The cottage is just steps away from the beach. It has two bedrooms, a double with sea views and a bunk bed room; a bathroom with bath, Mira Sport Shower and w.c. Downstairs there is a sitting/dining room with colour TV, DVD player and table and chairs and the fitted kitchen has a traditional slate floor, stainless steel oven, ceramic hob, dishwasher, microwave, fridge and washer/dryer together with plenty of cutlery and cooking utensils. Seen in many episodes of Doc Martin, the comedy series starring Martin Clunes.
Mrs K J Alford, Port Isaac Cottages, Penhill
The Gallery B&B offers a traditional and fresh contemporary feel, owned by local artist Martyn Dempsey and run alongside his Studio where he exhibits his contemporary art work, which is ideal if you are looking for something a little bit different.
Guests can relax in the large garden which catches the sun all day and also gives breathtaking views over the harbour. The Gallery is in the heart of Port Isaac fishing village which lies between the National Trust coastal walks leading from Tintagel & Boscastle and over to Polzeath, Rock and Padstow.
The Headlands Hotel
Headlands Hotel is well known throughout Cornwall for its unrivalled position, overlooking the tiny cove of Port Gaverne. Set in its own extensive grounds with direct access to the cliffs and coastal footpath, the hotel offers peace and tranquillity yet is just a short walk from the busy fishing village of Port Isaac. The dramatic beauty of the North Cornwall Heritage Coast has inspired writers, painters and poets for centuries. Port Gaverne is a quiet haven largely untouched by modern development, the small beach and broad green headlands are rarely crowded even in the height of summer. The nearby village of Port Isaac is a traditional Cornish fishing village, with steep, narrow streets and a sheltered harbour. Within easy reach are Tintagel, site of King Arthur’s legendary castle, and Padstow, famous throughout the world for its seafood. Activities nearby include walking, bird-watching, golf, cycling and surfing. Headlands Hotel, with its friendly and efficient service, comfortable accommodation and exceptional food provides a perfect setting for a relaxing short-break or memorable holiday. Half-board or Bed & Breakfast (B&B) terms are available. The hotel is open all year. Special terms apply at Christmas and New Year.
Mr C Harris, The Headland Hotel, Port Gaverne, Port Isaac