Traditional fisherman's cottage with stunning sea views and one of the nearest holiday cottages to the beach to have its own private parking -a rarity in the old village. This listed cottage has been completely refurbished inside to the highest standard whilst retaining original features such as exposed beams and open fire. Amenities include dishwasher, microwave, colour TV with DVD, CD/radio, washing machine and separate dryer and full central heating. One double room and one twin. Modern bathroom with separate shower cubicle. Paved sitting area at the rear plus a patio at the front (garden furniture provided)
Due to the allergies suffered by some guests we do not take pets and we do not allow smoking in the cottage.
Port Isaac is well situated for many activities -there are several golf courses within a few miles, surfing at nearby Polzeath and for the serious surfer the well known Fistral Beach in Newquay is about 30mins away. The world famous Eden Project is also 30mins journey and there are numerous National Trust properties such as Lanhydrock House within easy reach. There are a number of family based attractions such as the Shire horse centre in Wadebridge (10mins) Trethorne leisure farm (20 mins) and further afield, Flambards and of course Lands End. There are numerous outstanding walks from the village and a cycle track along the Camel Trail to Padstow which can also be reached by ferry from the village of Rock.
Shopping etc: Port Isaac has a local supermarket and there is also a large branch of Tesco in Wadebridge(10 mins) There are several eating places in the village ranging from pub to smart restaurant and there is also a takeaway - as the cottage is in the heart of the village, all are within walking distance eg the pub is about 2 mins from the front door of Eastcliffe. There is a local bakery, a greengrocer and a Post Office which also has a range of casual clothes and souvenirs. Several small shops also sell gifts whilst the main street has a local artist's gallery and a converted chapel houses a local potter. There is also a small aquarium and,in the same building, a wet fish shop.
The village: Port Isaac was famous in the last century for its kippers, herring caught by the local fishermen and smoked in the fish cellars next to the beach. Although herring are no longer caught here in great numbers, there are still several families who make their living from the sea whilst many more have boats of some description and several have licences for pleasure trips. Port Isaac is a working port and boats can be seen daily landing their catches of shellfish. There is a good and safe swimming beach at the next village about 5 mins walk away and a vast sandy beach at Polzeath about 5 mins in the car.