|Parking||Offsite parking avail. (refer details)|
|Pets||Sorry, no pets|
|Towels||Included (not beach)|
** Please note Mobray will be a Friday changeover from January 2020 **
Mobray is a traditional Cornish cottage just 100 yards from the fishing harbour which has been recently renovated and furnished to a very high standard whilst retaining its original charm. No expense has been spared and no corners cut in making this an ideal base for your holiday whatever the weather. This self catering holiday cottage can cater up to 4 guests in 2 bedrooms split over the first floor and mezzanine level, perfect for couples or a small family looking for a comfortable holiday in Port Isaac on the North Cornwall coast with the added benefit of an allocated parking space at the top of Church Hill (please see details below). Here you are conveniently located for everything Port Isaac has to offer, including a selection of restaurants, local shops and pubs serving arguably the best fresh seafood straight from the harbour.
Step in from Middle Street into the open plan living area, tastefully decorated with calm pastel tones, exposed ceiling beams and comfortable furnishings. The downstairs features; a carefully thought out separate kitchen where you can stand in one place to access everything. Underfloor heating provides that homely feel in addition to the traditional wood burner, perfect for an evening or relaxation after a busy day exploring the coast. The first floor comprises of a surprisingly spacious bedroom with two single beds and the stylish family bathroom. Climb up to the bright and chic top floor master bedroom with a calm palette of mustard, white and grey colours all in sync to provide that calm feel for the perfect night’s sleep.
Port Isaac consists of a fascinating jumble of old cottages and houses clustered around a beautiful sheltered harbour, up over the hillside and towards Port Gaverne. There are many small lanes and alleyways to explore in the old part of the village, which has kept its original charm and character and is unspoilt by commercialism. The village is regularly used as a location for film and television, and was the location for the television series 'Doc Martin'. It is also home to Port Isaac 'Fishermas Friends' who occasionally perform on the harbour during the summer. You will be spoilt for choice for places to eat in Port Isaac, with its excellent pubs, restaurants - including Nathan Outlaws Fish Kitchen - and take aways. Self-caterers are also well provided for with bakeries, fish cellars by the quay, and a small co-op at the top of the hill.
Please take care on the stair case to the first and second floor, they are narrow and steep like most of the traditional Port Isaac cottages. There are low ceilings with restricted head height throughout the property.
Please note: There is no washing machine or dryer. There is a dedicated parking space, marked 15 Middle Street, for one car on Church Hill - 3 or 4 minutes walk up the hill. It is suitable for all cars except those with a very low wheel base, but care needs to be taken entering and leaving the space due to the slope. Alternatively, there are plenty of spaces in the two public car parks at the top of the village (payment is required for those.)