|Pets||1 Pet by arrangement|
|Towels||Included (not beach)|
Albany is a glamorous coastal bolthole hidden within the charming fishing village of Port Isaac that is perfect in every way. The dreamy cottage sleeps six guests in three elegant bedrooms with two bathrooms and oozes style and sophistication. The property also benefits from a short walk into the village centre, a lovely back garden with beautiful sea views and spacious lawn area. One pet is welcome by arrangement.
Walking into the cottage, you are greeted by a stylish and modern kitchen that is filled with light and has a clean and simple design. Open shelves and unique lights add to the rustic feel. The back door allows access to the back garden, perfect for taking in the sea and harbour views with a Cornish cream tea. Next door to the kitchen, the Cornish slate floor leads you to the open plan living space with exquisite interiors and fantastic attention to detail. A wood burner and comfortable seats create a cosy space for nights in. The dining room table made from reclaimed wood and chairs with sheepskins makes for a sophisticated area to enjoy home cooked meals.
Upstairs on the first floor, the stunning master bedroom awaits with light flooding the room through the shutters, creating a relaxed atmosphere. A hanging chair in the corner is ideal for enjoying a book and a cup of tea while admiring the sea view through the doors to the balcony. Next door, the family bathroom with a Victorian freestanding bath and shower. Following the stairs to the second floor, the gorgeous double bedroom decorated in soft greys and pinks is a peaceful escape, along with the twin bedroom and shower room.
Port Isaac is a charming fishing village on the north Cornish coast, boasting coastal paths, traditional pubs and Nathan Outlaw's Michelin star restaurants. Explore the harbour, visit Doc Martin filming locations around the village and catch Fisherman's Friends perform on The Platt in summer months. A short drive away, the famous surfing hub of Polzeath can be reached along with trendy Rock and the quaint coastal village of Padstow via the Camel Estuary ferry.