Port Isaac Holiday Cottages
If you're into picturesque Cornish fishing villages, rugged cliff tops and never-ending sea views, a holiday in Cornwall's Port Isaac could be for you. This tiny historical village on the north coast of Cornwall is recognisable as the setting for ITV's Doc Martin and the film Fishermans Friends. The gorgeous white-washed beach houses overlooking the harbour and the easy access to the South West Coast Path, make this a holiday destination to remember.
From barn conversions to tiny shepherds huts, our huge range of holiday cottages in Port Isaac, Cornwall, really cover all bases. Look for a romantic getaway for two in one of our rural stone-built cottages or choose a large holiday home for your next group getaway or family reunion. We even have a wide-range of dog-friendly properties with access to pet-friendly walks and enclosed gardens. Each one of our cottages comes with access to special deals and discounts that make booking easy.
This little corner of North Cornwall has some amazing walks available. Try the Rollercoaster Path from Port Quin to Port Gaverne, a challenge that comes complete with simply astounding sea views. On return to Port Isaac, treat yourself to a creamy ice-cream and a delicious seafood meal at the Outlaw's Fish Kitchen. The Cornish food scene has certainly extended beyond Padstow, and your evenings here will be spent discovering some fantastic food and local brews.
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We have hundreds of lodges, seaside apartments and self-catering cottages to choose from in Cornwall. Whether you fancy surfing in Newquay or visiting smugglers' inns in Looe, here are just a few of our favourite Cornish holiday spots.