With the air crisp and fresh, North Cornwall in October offers a welcome break away from the summer crowds....
With Valentine’s Day around the corner, treat your loved on to a romantic getaway to the stunning north
Cornish coast. Enjoy cosy nights in around the wood burner, delicious seafood meals at top restaurants
and exploring the magical coastline and beaches. Below are our top romantic stays.
This delightful and cosy retreat for two is ideal for embracing sea life and a romantic escape to north Cornwall.
Newly refurbished throughout, this charming whitewashed cottage sleeps two guests and retains many original
features including beamed ceilings and thick stone walls. Tucked away in Middle Street just yards from Port Isaacs
fishing harbour and beach.
Nestled at the end of a row of cottages and next to the ancient 12th century church, Honeysuckle Cottage oozes
old-world charm and comfort all within just a quick walk to the local pub and post office. A beautifully decorated
and furnished self-catering property with well-proportioned rooms and a cosy feel. There is some parking just a
mere 30 metres away on the road.
The Hideaway is a newly constructed holiday cottage tucked away on the cliffs of Port Isaac on the North Cornwall
Coast. Offering a tranquil getaway for two, this holiday cottage is ideal for a couple who wish to explore the best
of North Cornwall with beautiful coastal walks, villages and beaches nearby or simply to escape from day to day life.
Finished to a high standard, it has everything you need to create a Cornish holiday to remember.
Full of character and charm, Temple Cottage is an attractive stone cottage located at the end of ‘Squeezy Belly Alley’,
conveniently located for everything Port Isaac has to offer, including a range of restaurants and pubs serving delicious
fresh seafood. This dog friendly holiday cottage can sleep up to four guests in two cosy bedrooms on the first floor
and welcomes one pet downstairs so you don’t have to leave your family pet at home.
Discover plenty more romantic getaways in Cornwall in the John Bray portfolio.