So pretty is the fishing village of Port Isaac that you’ve probably seen it on telly – as the fictional Port Wenn in Doc Martin or on the set of Poldark. With its narrow lanes and historic fishermen’s cottages tumbling to the harbour’s edge, it’s one of Cornwall’s most picturesque villages – which is really saying something given the competition. Once a bustling port for shipping stone, minerals and salt, it’s now mostly fishing boats that putter in and out of the harbour, landing the freshest of the ocean’s bounty that you’ll find plated up in a scattering of waterside cafés and restaurants.
Tucked away in the heart of Port Isaac, Grey Roofs has been renovated to a high standard. 3 luxury bedrooms for up to 5 guests.
A beautiful farmhouse set within a peaceful private setting but moments from the North Cornish coastline including Port Isaac and Polzeath beach.
The perfect quintessential Cornish holiday home for up to 10 guests. Perched high above the breathtaking cliffs near Port Isaac offering panoramic sea views.