Character cottage with sea views in the heart of the village
Trethowey, Port Isaac is a double-fronted terraced house in the heart of the delightful coastal village. Prepare meals in the fully equipped kitchen and dine at the pine table in the light dining room. The sitting room is a restful space with logburner and bay windows for enjoying the view. Climb the twisting staircase to main bathroom, two double ensuite bedrooms and a family room with double and single bed. Share the property with family or friends and make use of the top floor accommodation with open-plan sitting room, dining kitchen, double bedroom, shower room and the best sea views from the windows.
Visit the setting for TV's Doc Martin and browse local shops before picking up fresh lobster and crab from the fish market for grilling on the patio barbecue.
Just a short stroll from the harbour in pretty Port Isaac, Trethowey is close to renowned restaurants including the Michelin Star Nathan Outlaws. The delightful village offers art galleries and weekly concerts by the local choir. The popular surfing haven of Polzeath is six miles away with a surf school and equipment rentals. Rock is ideal for sailing and watersports just a ferry ride from the lovely harbour at Padstow. Dine at one of Rick Stein's establishments or rent bicycles and head out along the traffic-free Camel Trail.