Port IsaacCopyright David Ashcroft

Port Isaac sits in its own bay, a pretty fishing village with old coaching inns to add yet more character to this little crabbing port with its picturesque harbour peppered with restaurants... Read More

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Port Gaverne Hotel and Restaurant

Port Gaverne Hotel and Restaurant
A wonderfully nostalgic old coastal inn nestling in a secluded cove close to the ancient Cornish fishing village of Port Isaac. Port Gaverne is quiet and restful: a small beach, one or two boats pulled ... More | Double Room: From £79 | visit website
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Cornish Arms

Cornish Arms
A 16th Century Coaching Inn offering first class accommodation all recently refurbished . Situated close to the fishing villages of both Port Isaac, of Doc Martin fame and Port Gaverne, there is an ... More | visit website
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Latitude 50

Latitude 50
Your holiday starts here!  Welcome to Latitude 50, the perfect place for the kind of luxury holiday cottages in Cornwall you might have given up trying to find. We have a wide range of beautiful, ... More | visit website
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Slipway Hotel

Slipway Hotel
16th century friendly family run 12-bed hotel set in the heart of the beautiful old fishing village of Port Isaac. An ideal base for a cornish holiday be it golf, walking, sailing or cycling. The ... More | visit website
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Long Cross Hotel

Long Cross Hotel

Set in almost 4 acres of its own grounds and gardens overlooking the North Cornwall coast perched high above Port Quin between Port Isaac andPolzeath, The Longcross is in the perfect secluded location to enjoy ... More | Double Room: From £100 | visit website

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