Holidays in Port Isaac -Stunning Sea Views
Sleeps 8 people - parking
Providence Cottage enjoys a superb clifftop location with breathtaking sea views over the harbour, coastline and miles of open sea beyond. Whether spring, summer or deep in winter, Providence offers guests exceptional sea watching.
The holiday cottage which is approached by a very narrow lane alongside the coast path, sleeps up to 8 people, and has private parking for 2 cars (1 garaged, 1 standing On the Ground Floor there are two Bedrooms 1 Double and one with Twin beds (2'6" each) and a bathroom with a Whirlpool bath, Wash-basin, shower and sauna (approx 6' x 6') The Utility Room houses an auto-washing machine and tumble drier.
On the First Floor the living area is open plan with a fully fitted kitchen including dish washer, electric cooker, micro-wave, fridge/freezer. In the Dining area there is a dining table which converts to a snooker table (approx 6' x 6' 6)The Lounge area contains a coal effect gas burner set in a beautiful cast iron fireplace, 3 piece suite, colour TV, video and hi-fi (tape & CD). Spectacular views are enjoyed from every window. A door leads from the lounge onto a balcony, again with stunning views. In bedroom 3 are bunk beds (2'6") with en-suite shower room with WC and wash basin. On the Second Floor is a double bedded room with en-suite shower room, WC, wash basin. Small, enclosed garden and patio with garden furniture.
On the Second Floor is a double bedded room with en-suite shower room, WC, wash basin. Small, enclosed garden and patio with garden furnitureINCLUSIVE:
Port Isaac has been welcoming visitors for more than 100 years, but unlike many villages in Cornwall, it still retains it traditional character, and remains unspoilt.
It is a cluster of pretty white washed cottages, huddled around a picturesque harbour which is the heart of a thriving fishing community. It's steep hills, narrow streets and harbour are flanked by majestic cliffs towering above the Atlantic. Port Isaac has numerous restaurants specialising in local seafood, shops (250 yds) for all those essentials, a post office, a pub (300 yds) and a wide selection of local arts and crafts.Within a few miles of Port Isaac, for the more energetic, there are opportunities for sailing, surfing, horse riding, cycling on the Camel Trail, several golf courses, and beautiful wide sandy beaches for just relaxing. The coastal footpath runs through Port Isaac, and there are plenty of well signed inland walks too