|Bath/Shower||2 (1 en-suite)|
|Pets||1 Pet by arrangement|
Poplar Cottage is a newly renovated self-catering holiday cottage offering a superb coastal retreat in Port Isaac, a working fishing village and the home of the Doc martin series on the North Cornwall coast. Tucked away in Dolphin Street, Poplar Cottage sleeps up to 5 in three spacious bedrooms, one with an en-suite bathroom making it the perfect getaway for families with the picturesque harbour just a short stroll away. Choose from two gardens in which to relax, after a long day exploring the rugged coastal paths, with an evening tipple listening to the evening’s ambient village life. There is an allocated parking space for one car approximately 200 yards away from the cottage. Please ask us if you want to chat about this before booking.
This charming holiday cottage retains its beamed ceilings and the traditional Cornish stone fireplace now housing a log burner. Upstairs on the first floor separated by the light filled landing are a double and single bedroom (accessed through the double bedroom) and family bathroom. The second floor boasts a spacious master bedroom with luxury en-suite bathroom. The traditional kitchen and dining/ living room are the central hub of the house where you can relax around the log burner reminiscing on the day’s adventures and planning the next.
Poplar Cottage is but a stone’s throw from the hustle and bustle of village life offering a very short walk to; the beach for some rockpool rambles, enjoy a glass of wine or a pint of local ale next to an open fire in the local pub or pay a visit the various café’s, potteries and art galleries etc. The superb creations of one of the most renowned chefs in the country, Nathan Outlaw, can be enjoyed in one of his two restaurants within walking distance from the cottage. If this isn’t enough for you and you want to fully immerse yourself into Port Isaac village life you can take a ‘walk and talk’ tour hosted by John Brown, a member of the famous shanty singing group the Fisherman’s Friends who coincidently can be found on the Platt during the summer months performing. For those water lovers, Polzeath is a short drive away whilst the place to go for boating, sailing and various water sport is most definitely Rock where you can also catch the ferry across to Padstow, a bustling harbour town.