Port Isaac is a quaint Cornish fishing village, where you can relax away from the hustle and bustle of day to day life. Port Isaac is also the location for the hit TV series Doc Martin, renamed Port Wenn, in the show and the chart topping sea shanty group, The Fishermen’s Friends.
Our self catering holiday cottages in Port Isaac make perfect retreats for those wishing to escape to Cornwall. They vary in size, but, from all of them, the special places of Cornwall can be reached.
Port Isaac hosts many good eating places and is close to Padstow where Rick Stein’s cafés and restaurants can be found.
The Moorings and Little Moorings offer modern accommodation at the top of Port Isaac with views of the roofs of the old fisherman cottages. Honey Cottage, which has been in the family for over 100 years, is tucked away in the heart of the fishing village, a minute’s walk from the harbour and restaurants, ideal for those visitors who want to experience the old Port Isaac. Parking is available for one car per property. Parking for all properties is at The Moorings. For those with more than one car there are also two public car parks in the village.
Very close is the South West Coastal path and just ten minutes away is the safe surfing beach of Polzeath.
Close at hand is the sailing resort of Rock with its ferry to Padstow and exploring further south, one can easily reach the Lost Gardens of Heligan, or the Eden Project.
For those interested in history, there are several National Trust and English Heritage properties nearby, such as Trerice, Lanhydrock, St Michaels Mount and Tintagel Castle.
All three holiday Cottages are self-catering and are available to rent on a weekly basis.