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New for Easter 2019 - To celebrate Hillside Cottage's first year of letting, the 2019 weekly rentals have been reduced by 10%
For a boutique-style, coastal family holiday to remember, Hillside Cottage is a dreamy self catering fisherman’s cottage located less than a minutes walk down to Port Isaac's vibrant harbour side, shops, galleries, pub and restaurants including the Michelin Star Nathan Outlaw Fish Kitchen at the bottom of the hill. Recently refurbished, this boutique-style holiday cottage offers luxury family accommodation set over three floors, sleeping 6-7 guests across three nautical inspired bedrooms with one bathroom and the benefit of private parking for one car. Climb up the elevated garden area via steep slate steps to admire the most outstanding coastal and harbour views around the fire pit, a lovely spot to enjoy the sunset over Port Isaac harbour.
From the moment you step in the door, you are greeted with dazzling interiors in which every detail has been beautifully appointed by a London interior designer. The ground floor is the main hub of the cottage with a stunning handmade kitchen with quartz worktops, equipped with a Nespresso coffee machine, double oven, induction hob, fridge and freezer. The open plan living area is a great space to enjoy your fresh fish from the harbour followed by a relaxing evening in front of the fire after a busy day on the coast. Upstairs the Captain’s quarter is beautifully arranged with a vintage double bed, dressing table and views over the village. A vibrant single bedroom room and shower room share the first floor with access up the stairs to the top bedroom. Here you will find individual bespoke-built cabin beds set under the vaulted ceilings along with a smart TV and DVD Player to provide some in house entertainment. A door on the first floor provides access out to the landscaped rear garden that has been terraced to make the most of the harbour views.
Spend a day enjoying the hustle and bustle on the beach and harbour and lose yourself in the quaint narrow streets of the centuries old fisherman's cottages with their gorgeous blue slate roofs and whitewashed walls. If you're feeling energetic, a few miles west lies Port Quin a short drive or a spectacular walk over Lobber point past the rocky cove of Pine Haven, then Varley Head, along Reedy Cliff then Kellan Head and finally dropping down into this pretty National Trust owned cove. A lovely spot for swimming, kayaking, rock pooling or fishing. With cycling, golf, tennis as well as a wide variety of watersports on offer as well as stunning sandy beaches and historic villages to explore - there is bound to be something on the North Cornwall coast to suit all members of your party.
Terraced gardens with summerhouse, views over the harbour and out to sea.