Oh my, what a wonderful home this is, for family and friends to gather and create treasured holiday memories. With breathtaking sea views stretching out across the ocean, cliffs and coastline, this elegant Edwardian terrace enjoys a plum location in the picture-perfect village of Port Isaac.
Set over three storeys, there's a stylish new kitchen/breakfast-room in shades of white and blue to complement its coastal setting. That stunning view forms the backdrop in the sitting/dining-room, which gives you the perfect excuse for simply chilling out and relaxing. The bedrooms are set over the first and second floors, four with their own en suite facilities, perfect for large groups, and the bunk bedroom will delight younger members, with the usual debate as to who will get the top bunk! Older children will love the snug for catching up on some holiday TV, playing games or simply to give the adults a little more space.
On sunny days, head out to the terrace to enjoy meals in the great outdoors or lounging in the garden with a good book and your pampered pooch by your side, for they are most welcome too.
Port Isaac is an absolute gem, with its traditional fishing harbour and colour washed cottages lining the narrow streets. Add to this a vibrant community, stylish shops and galleries, pubs and cafes galore not to mention some fabulous walks, it really is a magical haven for a great holiday. Now famous for TV's Doc Martin - if you time it right you might catch them filming - as well as being home to the Fisherman's Friends, and not one but two of Nathan Outlaw's restaurants. A short stroll down the hill takes you to the pretty cove of Port Gaverne offering a host of coastal adventure sports for those seeking an adrenalin rush and a popular gastro pub for those who prefer to take things at a gentler pace.
You could give the car a holiday as well and spend your whole time in the village and who could blame you, but if you want to venture a little further afield, there are even more treasures to discover. The spectacular coastal footpath runs through the village, offering stunning cliff walks in both directions, and the beaches at Polzeath and Daymer Bay are quite stunning. At Rock, you can try your hand at sailing or windsurfing or take the foot ferry over to Padstow and indulge in more culinary delights. From the vibrant town of Wadebridge, after browsing the shops, you can cycle along the Camel Trail leading off to Bodmin Moor in one direction and Padstow in the other, and if you want to see some historic houses on a large scale Pencarrow and Lanhydrock should do the trick.
Sitting/Dining-room with Smart TV and log-effect gas fire
Kitchen/Breakfast-room with dual fuel range (gas hob, electric oven), microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher
Cloakroom 1 with WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed (5') and en suite Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 2 with twin beds (3'), wash-basin and en suite Shower-room with shower and WC
Bedroom 3 with double bed (4'6'')
Bedroom 4 with bunk-beds (3')
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Snug with Smart TV (leading to Cloakroom 2)
Cloakroom 2 with WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 5 with double bed (4'6'') and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 6 with single bed (3') and en suite Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin
The snug is approached by a set of steep paddle stairs from the first floor, the access to which can be closed off (this room is not suitable for young children or less mobile guests). *A cot is not provided but cots and highchairs can be hired locally.
- Dogs welcome (1 only)
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 2 cars
- No smoking
- Pub 250 yds
- Picnic table
- Full oil-fired CH
The views from Seaward are simply stunning.
Welcome to Seaward, a stunning three storey Edwardian terraced house set in a prime location in Port Isaac.
Fancy waking up to a view like that!
Possibly the best seat in the house.
The terrace enjoys a plum location with easy access into the heart of Port Isaac, and also to the little cove at Port Gaverne.
The sitting/dining-room takes pride of place at the front of the house.
The colours perfectly complement the location.
Snuggle up in front of the log-effect gas fire, all the romance of a wood-burner without the hassle.
Patio doors lead out to the garden and terrace.
Enjoy family meals together at Seaward.
The stylish kitchen/breakfast-room.
The kitchen is so well equipped and the large range style cooker is perfect when catering for a crowd.
The greys and blues of the modern kitchen blend perfectly with the fabulous flagstone floor.
Grab a quick bite, or elevenses at the breakfast table.
The sheltered terrace is the perfect spot to enjoy dining al fresco style .
Steps lead up from the terrace to the lawn area.
The sunny lawned garden.
A comfy king-size awaits you in bedroom one.
Lovely linens. plump cushions and a gorgeous throw adorn the bed.
You will never tire of the view!
Bedroom one has the luxury of an en suite Bathroom.
Enjoy a lazy soak in the bath, you also have a separate shower to set you up for the day.
Even the bathroom has a great view!
Lovely muted tones in the twin bedroom.
The twin bedroom is on the first floor.
There is a little vanity unit in the bedroom.
Bedroom two also has an en suite Shower-room.
Bedroom five is another spacious room, set on the second floor.
And of course bedroom five enjoys that wonderful view.
The en suite Shower-room for bedroom five with more of that view.
Take a peep into bedroom six.
This lovely single room sits at the back of the house, looking out over the garden.
Bedroom 6 also has an en suite Bathroom.
Come on in to bedroom three.
Chill out with your favourite book.
The house is beautifully styled.
Younger guests will adore the bunk beds.
Snuggle up under the covers.
Paddle stairs lead up to the snug - the door accessing the stairs can be locked if required.
Teenagers can escape to the snug to enjoy some adult free time!
Take a pew at the front and just seat back and relax.
The village of Port Isaac famous for TVs Doc Martin, The Fisherman's Friends and Michelin star chef Nathan Outlaw.
The village is quite simply picture perfect.
It's a truly wonderful location.
The little bay at Port Gaverne is the shortest of strolls down the hill.
Head out on the coastal path and discover stunning sea vistas around every corner.
Take the foot ferry from Rock over to Cornwall's culinary capital, Padstow.