Eastcliffe Cottage

Two bedrooms, sleeps four and ideally located in stunning Port Isaac

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A family friendly Cottage in scenic Port Isaac

Eastcliffe Cottage is located in a prime position in Port Isaac, probably the most beautiful village in the world. The cottage is opposite the old school and 100 yards from the pub and has spectacular views across the harbour,  yet has private parking. It has been owned by the same local family for over 50 years and has been lovingly restored to the highest specification.

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Port Isaac

Port Isaac is a traditional fishing village set amongst the beautiful scenery of North Cornwall. It is next to the hamlet of Port Gaverne, five miles from the villages of Polzeath and Rock and ten miles from the town of Wadebridge.

The village has remained largely unchanged for centuries. It has a vibrant local community and is home to the TV series Doc Martin starring Martin Clunes. It is beautifully picturesque with narrow, winding streets lined with whitewashed cottages that head down to the harbour where you can watch local fishermen landing their daily catch of fish, crab and lobsters.

Port Isaac is the perfect place for a scenic getaway however with so much to do and a plethora of beautiful Cornish beaches to explore, one trip may not be enough!

Things to do

There are so many things to do in Port Isaac. Home to BBC's Doc Martin, you can enjoy walking around the village spotting things from TV such as the Doctor's surgery,  known locally as Fern Cottage (although you can see it from our cottage!).

Walking is also extremely popular with scenic Cornish coastal walks from Port Isaac to Port Quin amongst many others. If you jump in the car for a few minutes you can visit the popular neighbouring beaches at Polzeath and Daymer Bay. You could also cycle the famous Camel Trail from Wadebridge to Padstow. For the more adventurous visitor, we highly recommend taking a boat trip or fishing expedition with the owner's friendly family member in his boat 'Razorbill' which is moored in the harbour.

Or simply wander down through the narrow alleys, cobbled streets and 18th century fishermen's homes to the Platt(harbour)  and you can check out the local galleries, arts and craft shops whilst enjoying a Cornish Ice cream or pasty!

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