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.
Mirror, mirror.....
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.



Port Isaac / Sleeps 11 + 2 cots*

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Beautiful location, high level of soft furnishings. Disappointing double room - just a bed, too small to be used by two adults and no furniture except drawers! Lack of hanging room except in main rooms.

Had a beautiful stay - would return.

Stairs are very steep in and out and around house - be very careful if you have mobility issues.

Spacious and well equipped and with a wonderful sea view towards Tintagel. A beautiful location with 3 minute walking access to a good swimmable beach. Right on the coast path so great walking east or west. Close to Co-op and a short walk into Port Isaac, where there is a good range of eateries.

Classy and comfy, Seaward is a wonderful property to stay in with arguably one of the best views on the planet. The owners have thought of everything and Port Isaac does the rest.
Highly recommend the St Kew Inn too - a great place to eat.

Exceeded expectations. Beautiful cottage, amazing location and views. Cosy and warm but room to spread out for 11 of us staying. Communication excellent. Can’t recommend highly enough.

This is a beautiful house in a lovely location and good for friends to share. Would just point out that the stairs are quite steep and might be challenging for those going up to the 2 top floor bedrooms. The property is well equipped although no cook’s knives if you want to prepare food. Beds and seating all very comfortable and the new kitchen works well generally. The owners have down a good job with renovations. Outside, the back garden is sloped so not so useful and it would be nice if there was a top deck to catch the sun, and better provision to sit in the front garden to make the most of the fabulous views.

Port Isaac is a very pretty, very busy venue but several places for coffees / teas / drinks / meals. Would recommend the St Tudy Inn for a great Sunday roast and Trevathan Farm for good lunches. Polzeath Bay good for beach walks if you don’t fancy the cliff walks.

Stylish and comfortable house with stunning sea views - ideal for families.

A wonderful property, furnished to a very high standard with everything you could need, set in a stunning location with amazing views.

The position of Seaward is excellent, to wake up to that view every morning was heavenly. It’s also ideally situated as if you go left you’re in Port Isaac but if you turn right you’re in Port Gaverne which we loved! We did have a few niggles however as below: The pillows in the master bedroom (front bay window) need replacing they are flat. The bathrooms need updating, neither of us are particularly big people but the shower was very small and cramped to use, also mixer taps are a must for bathroom sinks. The number one thing that would improve the property is proper outdoor seating we were so jealous of our neighbours where a terrace had been built out at the front of the house and they had proper seating outside and a table, whereas we were sat on a very old uncomfortable bench. Also sun loungers for the back garden would of been amazing, the only seating in the back was directly outside the kitchen next to a very high wall and was not a pleasant place to sit and was mostly in the shade. We both felt if the bathrooms were updated and the outdoor seating addressed you could charge far more in high season.

100% recommendation! We had an excellent time in this cottage. Even more beautiful than on the pictures. Be aware: this village has very little mobile connectivity - perfect for digital detox ??. Thank you! We hope to come back soon.

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