Port Isaac is a picturesque Cornish fishing village that dates back to the fourteenth century. It's famous for its narrow winding streets and alleys, one of which was once awarded the narrowest thoroughfare in the world and was fondly nicknamed 'Squeeze-ee-Belly Alley'. Rising out of the higgledy-piggledy lanes is our cottage The Birdcage, a former cobblers shop, which has a quirky pentagonal shaped exterior and is just as quirky on the inside with its snug rooms over three floors and a staircase that narrows down to a foot wide in places.
A few miles along the coastal path is Port Quin, a small hamlet and cove which offers great opportunities to explore the Cornish scenery on foot. Within Port Quin we have a selection of holiday cottages from a romantic castle for two to a cosy cottage on the water’s edge.
A former fisherman's cottage sits right on the edge of the beach and is full of character.
A traditional Cornish cottage full of character, metres from the sea in a picturesque hamlet.
First floor of former fish processing shed, superb sea views.
This delightful ground floor apartment has wonderful views over the headland and out to sea.
Spectacular sea and coastal views from this first floor apartment.
Castellated cliff top folly in spectacular position on headland.