Welcome to Mount Pleasant (the lower section on the right as you look at the house from the garden). The garden is gorgeous and very sunny.
The sitting-room is on the first floor making the most of those wonderful views.
Just look at the view from your private garden, what a beautiful spot.
The bedroom is simply gorgeous.
The view down from the garden! If the Fisherman's Friends are singing you will have your own private box!
The cottage kitchen.
The cottage dining-room is very charming.
The kitchen is well-equipped but with so many great places to eat and drink in the village do you really want to cook whilst you are on holiday?
The dining-room also has fabulous views.
Open up the cottage door and the village is waiting to welcome you.
The sitting-room is very stylish...
...and of course the view is quite stunning.
The bedroom is styled to perfection.
The bed is super-comfy.
Being on the second floor you have more of a bird's eye view from the bedroom.
Mount Pleasant enjoys a prime location in Port Isaac.
Mount Pleasant sits in the middle of the village.
Watch the comings and goings in the harbour.
Port Isaac is picture perfect.
The village is utterly charming with narrow streets (sometimes steep) lined with traditional fisherman's cottages.
This area of north Cornwall is stunning.

Mount Pleasant

4467

Port Isaac / Sleeps 2 + cot

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7 Nights from  £575

Enjoying one of the best sea views in the village from almost every room, this stunning 200 year old cottage overlooks Port Isaac and its picturesque harbour. Once a fisherman's cottage, enchanting Mount Pleasant not only boasts great views but a south-facing garden and the most stunning interiors - it's a real winner on every level. From this plum location you can simply relax and soak in that view or throw yourself into village life with the harbour, shop, galleries, pubs and restaurants all a few steps away. In fact, when the Fisherman's Friends sing on the quay in the summer months you only need to open the window to hear their delightful sea shanties.

With only pedestrian access, this traditional, semi-detached, fisherman's cottage oozes character by the bucketful with exposed beams, flagstone floors, sloping ceilings (please mind your head) and shipwright carpentry. Set over three floors, the charming dining-room provides a warm welcome behind which you'll find the galley kitchen which has everything you will need for cooking up some holiday treats - but with not one, but two Nathan Outlaw restaurants in the village and a whole host of other great places to eat and drink do you really want to be cooking whilst you're on holiday?

The stairs lead up to the stylish sitting-room on the first floor. A wonderfully light and airy room where you are sure to unwind and relax whilst, of course, soaking up that view. Up again and you will arrive at the bedroom - this room is an absolute beauty, styled to perfection, and with a super comfy king-size bed, oh and of course more of those views, you will be assured of a good night's sleep.

Port Isaac is a real treasure. With its traditional fishing harbour and higgledy-piggledy cottages lining the narrow streets it could be set back in time, but add to this a vibrant community, stylish shops and galleries, pubs and cafes galore not to mention some fabulous walks, and 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, both have helped to put Port Isaac well and truly on the tourist map.

You could ditch the car and easily 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.


Ground Floor

Bathroom with bath, fitted shower and wash-basin

Cloakroom with WC and wash-basin

Galley Kitchen with electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher

Dining-room with wood-burner effect electric stove


First Floor

Sitting-room with Smart TV


Second Floor

Bedroom with king-size double bed (5')


Outside Access to

Shared Outhouse with washing machine


With pedestrian access only please bring your suitcases on wheels, as parking (at a weekly charge) is in the public car park at the top of the village, 500 yards away (and up a fairly steep hill!) - but you may park in the main street (Fore Street) just to unload your vehicle, only a few yards from the lane leading to the cottage.


Features

  • Regret no pets
  • Travel cot, high chair and stair-gate
  • Arrive/Depart Friday
  • Short breaks available
  • Public car park
  • WiFi
  • No smoking
  • Pub 150 yds
  • Garden furniture
  • 2 electric thermostatic radiators and 2 NS heaters