|Pets||2 Pets by arrangement|
|Towels||Included (not beach)|
** NEW FOR 2019 SEASON - SLEEPS 5 - PLEASE SEE PROPERTY DESCRIPTION**
Scuppers is a 200 year old traditional fisherman's cottage situated in the very heart of the picturesque Port Isaac village on the North Cornwall coast. Nestled a little way up on Church Hill, Scuppers is ideally located to explore all that Port Isaac has to offer from coastal walks to a locally caught meal from a large selection of eateries, there is something for everyone here that can all be enjoyed from your doorstep. Boasting one of the best located terraced gardens in the village, offering breath-taking views over the harbour and out to sea. Sleeping up to 5 guests in three bedrooms, this self catering holiday cottage also allows up to 2 pets by arrangement with allocated parking for one car at the top of Church Hill.
The cottage has been refurbished to provide a comfortable family holiday home, whilst retaining its character including exposed beams, sash windows and a wood burner where you can relax in front of the fire after a long day exploring. On the ground floor it has a well equipped fitted kitchen with all you could need to cook up a storm, which leads into a comfortable lounge / dining area where you can unwind watching a favourite film. The 3 bedrooms are all situated on the first floor which includes a double bedroom, twin bedroom and a smaller bedroom with a single bed that all share a family bathroom. From the first floor, you can access the pretty terraced garden where there is a choice of seating areas on the lower terrace and the upper terrace where you can enjoy the stunning harbour views and out to sea.
Port Isaac is a vibrant fishing village on the stunning North Cornwall coast. Scuppers is well placed to take advantage of all the local amenities on offer; head out with your dog on bracing walks along the stunning coastal paths, book into michelin starred restaurants and proper Cornish pubs for a pint of locally brewed ale, or enjoy salty fish and chips huddled on the harbour wall. You can also sing along with the Fisherman's Friends at their open air concerts, or mooch about the galleries, shops and winding streets to your heart's content. If you are looking to add a spot of sailing or waterskiing to your activities then head to nearby Rock, while surfers in your party may prefer to hang ten on perfect waves at nearby Trebarwith Strand and Polzeath beach. For lazy days and beach picnics with young children, we recommend Daymer Bay with is clear sheltered waters. With so much on offer, the choice is yours.
Important Note: Please take care in the garden area terraces that are not fence guarded as the steps are very steep and can be quite slippery.