Probably enjoying the best sea views in the village from almost every room, this stunning 200 year old cottage overlooks Port Isaac and its picturesque harbour. Enchanting Mount Pleasant, once a fisherman’s cottage, has large south-facing gardens, original slate floors, shipwright carpentry, low beams and sloping ceilings all adding to its charm. The kitchen is offset from the dining-room, where a step leads into the cosy sitting-room where plenty of books and board games are provided. If you want some quiet time there's a delightful second sitting-room/snug on the first floor where you can curl up with a good book or simply gaze out to sea and dream. Three bedrooms are divided over the first and second floors, all boasting spectacular harbour views; the first floor bathroom also has sea views – why not enjoy the ultimate in relaxation as you lie back in the roll-top bath and take in more of that sea view! With pedestrian access only, Mount Pleasant is at the heart of the village – now famous for the television series Doc Martin and The Fisherman’s Friends' traditional sea shanties.