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Formerly the village cobbler's shop in Port Isaac, this charming, character ground floor flat is steeped in history. Only yards from the bustling, working fishing harbour and a tempting selection of restaurants and quality gift shops, this is in a wonderful location from which to enjoy and explore Port Isaac. Church Hill Flat sleeps 2 people in one cosy bedroom and is the ground floor of 22 Church Hill.
Visit the harbour fish shop and cook up the catch of the day in the galley-style kitchen with it's original slate flagged floors, then relax in the cosy living room with its character wooden beams. After dinner, wander down the hill to the Golden Lion pub for a pint of local-brewed beer or try a glass of wine from North Cornwall's Camel Valley vineyard. Sing along on the platt with the famous 'Fisherman's Friends' every Friday evening during the summer; their wonderful renditions of sea shanties make for a memorable evening.
Port Isaac is a quintessential Cornish fishing village; dating back to the 14th century, its history and architecture are fascinating to experience. The old part of the village has narrow, winding streets lined with old white-washed cottages. An atmospheric place to wander about, walk through one of the narrowest thoroughfares in the UK: Squeezebelly Alley! Fishing and scenic trips can be taken from the harbour over the summer. The coastal path leads North to Port Gaverne and beyond towards Trebarwith Strand, or head South to Port Quin and Lundy Bay for a more challenging walk. Afterwards, satisfy your appetite with fantastic food from the many excellent restaurants including Nathan Outlaw's Fish Kitchen.
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Parking: Although there is no parking at the cottage, you can load and unload your luggage close to the property and there are two long stay car parks at the top of the village approximately 10 and 15 minutes walk away. Please ask us if you want to chat about this before booking.