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Self-Catering in Port Isaac

Charlestones Cottage, Port Isaac, Cornwall

Charlestones Cottage
Port Isaac
Cornwall

PL29 3RE | View map

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Overlooking the fishing village of Port Isaac, with its unspoilt huddle of slate cottages, warren of narrow streets, picturesque harbour and variety of shops, pubs and restaurants, this very comfortable property is ideal for family seaside holidays. The sandy surfing beaches of Polzeath, Daymer Bay and Rock lie close by and, across the estuary, the Elizabethan mansion of Prideaux Place and attractive fishing port of Padstow (famously the setting for Rick Stein's restaurants) can be reached by foot ferry and car or by bicycle along the Camel Trail from Wadebridge (10 miles). Tintagel's legendary castle ruins and 14th century Post Office (N.T.), the ancient harbour at Boscastle, Pencarrow House and the house and gardens at Lanydrock (also N.T.) are all within 10 miles, whilst Bodmin and Wenford steam railway are a little further. Golf is enjoyed at Rock (8 miles) and Camelford offers indoor leisure facilities, 10 miles. Pubs and shops 200 yards.

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