Based close to the heart of Port Isaac, this quaint and cosy 18th Century cottage is perfectly situated for those looking to relax and soak up the atmosphere of this vibrant, picturesque fishing village. Based over three floors with views of Doc Martin's house from the top bedroom, this quintessentially Cornish home is perfect for couples or small families. A woodburner in the open plan living area is a welcome treat when the evenings cool, whilst the stable door allows fresh sea air to cool you on a hot summer's day.
Explore the winding cobbles and you will be spoilt for choice with delicious eateries and independent gift shops. For a real treat Nathan Outlaw's Fish Kitchen is just a ten minute walk away, where you can enjoy a feast of locally sourced seafood. Take a guided tour of the village or further afield to Tintagel, or explore the stunning coast on the water from the neighbouring Port Quin where you can enjoy a guided kayak tour of the North Coast with Cornish Coast Adventures.
eight various size steps leading to a narrow cobbled lane into:
two sofas, TV, woodburner, dining table and four chairs, electric oven and hob, fridge with ice box, stairs to first floor.
small bath with shower attachment, WC and basin.
double bed, compact en suite wet room with shower, WC and basin, not fully private, stairs to second floor.
twin beds, TV, DVD, sofa, sea views.
accessed from the front of the cottage, washing machine, tumble dryer and basin.
woodburner, ground floor under floor heating, electric heating, narrow and at times steep access to the cottage so may not be suitable for those with limited mobility, pedestrian access only to cottage, WiFi, one dog welcome, short breaks available.