Inns in Port Isaac

Cornish Arms
Port Isaac

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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 abundance of activities to cater for all needs.
Run by husband and wife team, Jonney and Felicity Hawkey and their team of loyal staff, this is a very friendly and welcoming Inn. Popular with locals and tourists alike, and with good reason. Pay a visit, and you’ll find out why!!
We pride ourselves in using local produce wherever possible, putting together a tempting menu for all tastes. Being that we are so close to Port Isaac and generally the Sea, one of the Inns specialities is fresh seafood. We serve a selection of lite bites and meals at lunchtime and a more comprehensive menu in the evening. Our resident chef, Tim Appleby prides himself in producing tempting tasty meals to suit all. Our chef Tim Appleby started his career at the Inn some years ago. The last 10 years he has hit the gastro pub scene in London.lived and worked in Australia and more recently at a bistro in St Ives. Traditional Engish,Modern European with Middle Eastern twist. 2nd in the Kitchen Ratana Davis from Thailand, Thai Night once a month. Sunday Roast(all year) is a popular event. A choice of 2 or 3 meats that are locally sourced with a large selection of seasonal vegetables.


Ratings/Awards: 4 Stars
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Children Welcome
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