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*Building Works* There is building work taking place close to The Porthole. For more information, please contact the office on 01208 880302.
From its elevated position on the stunning north Cornwall coast, The Porthole offers far reaching sea and coastal views towards Tintagel Head. The exterior of this newly refurbished holiday cottage belies its stylishly furnished interior. With a wonderful conservatory from which to enjoy the sea and coastal views in all seasons and a decked terrace for sunny days, plus parking for two cars, The Porthole is the ideal getaway for a small family, or group of friends. Located just 5 minutes walk from Port Isaac harbour itself, this self-catering home sleeps 5 guests in 3 bedrooms with one bathroom.
The Porthole has been tastefully decorated in fresh and light tones to reflect it's coastal landscape. The open plan, fully fitted kitchen offers plenty of space to cook up delicious family meals using freshly caught seafood from the fishmonger by the harbour. Light the wood burner in the dining room and linger over mealtimes, before retiring to the airy living room with contemporary stripped wooden flooring to relax while you watch a movie or read a book. There is another wood burner in the living room to curl up beside on cooler days. The adjacent conservatory is light and bright and perfectly positioned to make the most of the jaw-dropping views. Open the patio doors wide on warm, sunny days to let the sea air flood in, or wander out to the sunny decked terrace to marvel at the view. Upstairs the master bedroom and single bedroom both offer more views of the Atlantic Ocean, with a third double bedroom set to the front of the property. All bedrooms share a family bathroom with overhead shower.
This area of the north Cornwall coast offers plenty to do for all ages, from sampling the foodie delights of the many cafes, restaurants, shops and pubs in Port Isaac and Port Gaverne, to swimming, walking, sea kayaking, fishing and coasteering - the list is endless! Port Isaac harbour itself offers plenty of rock pools for small children to explore at low tide, with ice-creams, fudge or fish & chips available to satisfy hungry tums. The coastal paths around Port Isaac offer amazing views, from short walks to more challenging routes, the choice is yours. Nearby Tintagel, Boscastle and Trebarwith beach are all worth visiting, or you can head west towards Polzeath, Daymer Bay or Rock on the sheltered Camel Estuary. Here you can try surfing, sailing, waterskiing or even head out on a boat trip to spot seals and dolphin and experience the coast from a different perspective.
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