The Moorings is the largest of our three properties and is situated in the newer part of Port Isaac overlooking the old village and its harbour.
It faces South and has a large patio where visitors can bask in the sun while looking at views of the cliffs and the sea. From the patio you can hear the sounds of The Fishermens Friends drifting up the valley when they are performing on the beach.
The Moorings sleeps eight in four bedrooms with one King, one double and a twin bedroom on the ground floor. The fourth twin bedroom and a large lounge is on the first floor and takes advantage of the views of the old Port Isaac village. The property was recently fully refurbished in 2018. A new well equipped kitchen was installed and is separate from the dining room and has a sliding door opening on to the patio.
A selection of books, WiiU video games and DVDs are available for all the family to enjoy. Free superfast fibre wifi is included in the rate.
Reserved parking for two cars is available with the cottage. For those with more than two cars, there are also two public car parks in the village.
Family bathroom with shower over bath, separate WC on first floor.
Reserved parking for two cars
Heating by Electric Storage Heaters
Free superfast fibre wifi
Flat screen TV and DVD in Lounge
Cots and High Chairs are provided
Fully fitted and well equipped Kitchen
Microwave, hob and oven
Fridge / Freezer
Use of dryer and separate washing machine
EASY TO FIND
If you’re coming to Port Isaac by car, you can use two routes, the newly improved A30 or the A38 taking you over the Tamar Bridge. Once you’re into Cornwall, both routes offer interesting scenery – the choice is up to you. Satnav postcode is PL29 3SD.
Travel by train is also an option, the nearest train station is Bodmin Road Station , where taxis can be hired to take you to the village.
If you’re coming from outside the UK, Newquay airport with daily connections to London Gatwick may be an option or Exeter which is also quite close.
If you’re coming by sea, the Brittany ferry from Roscoff arrives in Plymouth, which is just about an hour’s journey from Port Isaac on the A38.
We will always be able to advise if you’re unsure about the planning of your journey.
“We have stayed at The Moorings many times over the past four years. It is a spacious, welcoming holiday home that really feels like a “home from home”. The house is extremely comfortable and the patio offers lovely views over Port Isaac and the coast – perfect for watching the sunset with a glass of wine! “
THE BURTON FAMILY, WILTSHIRE
” Just come back from a stay in this lovely property – The Moorings – very clean with everything you could want, and just 5 minutes walk into the village which is amazing!
The views from the house are wonderful. The terrace is a real sun trap most of the day.”
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