Port Isaac holiday cottages
Self-catering accommodation in Port Isaac
Port Isaac is a picture-perfect fishing village, the perfect location for peaceful breaks on the North Cornwall coast. In contrast to its larger neighbours, including Polzeath, Bude, and Padstow, our Port Isaac holiday cottages are set in a much quieter spot, but still has plenty to see and things to do. You may recognise Port Isaac from TV’s Doc Martin, and for fans of the show, many of the coastal town’s buildings and scenery will feel familiar.
Port Isaac is not just a historic fishing village, but a vibrant community that upholds tradition in the best way. To get a taste of Port Isaac’s fishing history, take a boat trip or fishing expedition from the harbour during the summer season and catch the Fisherman's Friends (Cornwall’s favourite sea shanty group) singing in the harbour on summer evenings.
From our Port Isaac cottages you can also discover the village's fabulous array of pubs, restaurants, and cafes and you’ll certainly never go hungry whilst you’re here! Two of the most popular places to eat are Outlaw’s New Road and Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen, both owned and run by renowned chef Nathan Outlaw.
For holidays by the sea, Port Isaac is perfectly situated on the North Cornwall coast, so the popular beaches of Polzeath and Daymer Bay are only a few miles away. But it’s not just the pretty village that’s ready to welcome you to Port Isaac; there’s also our collection of beautiful Cornish holiday cottages too. From quaint little lodges to grand holiday cottages for large groups, our collection in Port Isaac covers a range of tastes, needs, and preferences. Included in the group are dog-friendly cottages in Port Isaac, luxury holiday homes, and accommodation slightly further from the coast, tucked away near the Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).
Our Port Isaac self-catering holiday homes are available all year round and are ready and waiting for their next guests, so why not take a look and get ready for your next Cornish adventure?