|Bath/Shower||3 (1 en-suite)|
|Pets||Sorry, no pets|
**Please note dogs not accepted from January 2021**
*Building Works* There is extensive building work taking place on the property opposite 2 The Folly. For more information, please contact the office on 01208 880302.
Folly 2 is a three storey semi-detached holiday house set in a fabulous location in Port Issac with magnificent views overlooking the harbour and out to sea from all the principle rooms. This wonderful self catering holiday house has a small open terrace and parking for one car, just a gentle stroll down the hill from all the village amenities. On Friday nights in the summertime, the famous Fisherman's Friends gather on the Platt to sing their atmospheric sea shanties, a memorable way to spend the first night of your holiday in this picturesque village. Folly 2 lends itself well for two families to share, sleeping 8 in 4 bedrooms with 3 bathrooms.
Beautiful, original fireplaces are a highlight here along with the enormous windows, which let in so much light and all the beauty of the sea, cliff and harbour views. There are two king size bedrooms on the first floor both benefiting from those sea and harbour views, one has its own en-suite shower room and a further bathroom across the landing. On the top floor one bedroom has two single beds and sea views. There is a further double bedroom with views of the headland and Lobber and a Shower room.
Port Isaac has lots of lovely places to eat from fine dining to quaint teashops, where you can relax with a drink and take in all the sights and sounds of this vibrant fishing village. The south west coast path can be joined just above the house taking you around Lobber point and on as far as your legs are willing, on this stunning but challenging stretch of coast. The nearby towns of Wadebridge and Camelford are both about 10 minutes away by car, offering banks, sports centres and more independent shops. For the surfers and boogie-boarders in your group, pack the car for a day trip to nearby Polzeath beach, while Rock offers ideal conditions for sailing and waterskiing along the Camel estuary. You can also catch the ferry from Rock to Padstow to explore this historic harbour town.
Electricity and heating included. No smoking.