|Bath/Shower||3 (1 en-suite)|
|Pets||Sorry, no pets|
Located at the top of Port Isaac village, Pebblestones enjoys breathtaking views over the historic fishing harbour towards 'Doc Martin's' house and out to sea. The holiday house has an enclosed rear garden and a furnished terrace, which is a perfect spot for an evening drink watching the sun set, or for long enjoyable family meals on a warm day. The popular beaches of Polzeath, Daymer Bay and Rock are only a 20 minute drive away while the Port Isaac's picturesque harbour with its tea-rooms, restaurants and galleries is only a 5 minute walk. With generous bright rooms and tasteful furnishings, Pebblestones is perfect for family and friends as it accommodates 6 people in 3 bedrooms, with allocated parking for one vehicle.
The open-plan living area is spacious and light, with tall, wide windows framing the view of the harbour and ocean beyond; open the French windows onto the terrace to let the sea air in on a summer's day. Underfloor heating ensures Pebblestones is warm and dry, with an additional wood burner in the sitting room to light on cooler days. A useful and large utility room is the ideal place to store muddy hiking boots and damp wetsuits.
Port Isaac is a charming, quintessential, Cornish fishing village with a dramatic location between tall rugged cliffs; a photographer's dream. Descend down Rose Hill and the quaint narrow paths to the old village and harbour; seek out Squeezebelly Alley (the narrowest thoroughfare in England) amid the pretty, whitewashed fishermen's cottages. Relax on the slipway or on the beach to watch the fishermen at work and visit the fish cellars to purchase the catch of the day for an easy supper. Just around the cliff, Port Gaverne is a pretty little shingle beach, lovely for a swim or a paddle; the cliff that juts out alongside is known as The Main, a superb spot for a picnic or just to sit and look at the glorious views along the coast. Real ale fans will enjoy tasting the excellent selection of locally brewed beers on offer in the Port Gaverne Inn, or the Golden Lion in Port Isaac.
Sorry No Pets.