With original exposed beams, paneling and stonework, the 10 rooms have been preserved yet equipped with central heating, colour television, direct dial telephones and en-suite facilities. Also available in the rooms are kettles with a selection of tea and coffee. There is a comfortable residents lounge on the first floor to relax and unwind after a busy day. Port Isaac is an excellent base for a holiday in Cornwall. Nothing is far away. Fantastic beaches, rolling surf, the coastal path, great golf courses and many stunning attractions all within easy driving distance. The Championship golf courses at St Enodoc and Trevose. Wonderful gardens and National Trust Properties. The National Maritime museum in Falmouth. The St Ives Tate Gallery. The Eden Project. Sailing and surfing is available in the nearby Camel Estuary and two of the best surfing beaches in the UK are situated within a few miles of Port Isaac. The galleried seafood restaurant has earned a reputation as one of Cornwall s most acclaimed eating experiences. You may also dine outside on the terrace overlooking the working harbour. Lobster and crab are purchased from the local Port Isaac fisherman. Menus are highly imaginative being devised by the team of chefs and concentrate on the use of the best fresh fish, meat, produce and other ingredients all sourced locally.
Staff very friendly and attentive. Food in restaurant excellent.
Did not realise we would not be in main hotel and we could hear humming from what sounded like extractor fan as we were above the kitchen.
Good location ,op. The Harbour , in a lovely coastal Village , now very crowded due to tv show filmed there (Doc Martin) . Staff friendly and , mostly ,very helpful . Hotel answered emailed questions quickly , pre arrival .
Difficuly access to a Very small room , with no view . Problem with flies one night , no fly spray . Expensive meal . Lack of parking in the Village , except at low tide ! , a real problem , but that not Hotel's fault , I realise .
The small room we had directly above the kitchen. Lots of flies. The price
The location was fabulous, service was good with excellent breakfasts. The room was small but totally functional with a modern design. Great fun navigating the car down the steep lanes to hotel - the no parking issue actually became a positive giving a steep but pleasurable walk up to the car park with great views of village and harbour.
Very basic and scruffy bar area catering for day visitors with outdoor open area - great if the weather is good but limited facilities if not. The resteraunt was expensive but no different to the other 3 in the village.
Central to a very picturesque village. Characterful hotel right on the bustling quayside.
Having to park ones car at least half a mile away at the top of a very steep will be off-putting for most people, particularly like me, with a blue badge invalide pass for my car. As for the restaurant, it was fine for breakfasts but we thought the quality of the food we had in the evening was extremely low standard. I did complain and received a discount from my bill but we ate elsewhere for both lunch and evening meals where the quality and price were much more favourable.