Please note, in line with the latest travel guidance we are only accepting new bookings that have a check-in date from 5th July 2020. We are available to take any calls on 01275 217575 if you have any queries regarding a current booking, or if you wish to place a new booking and have concerns. Thank you and stay safe

Sunny Corner Cottage

Dolphin Street, Port Isaac, North Cornwall

Sleeps: 4
7 nights
£920 - £1449
Available from a minimum of 0 nights

Overview

  • Sleeps up to four
  • Two bedrooms; one king, one double
  • One bathroom
  • Children over 4 years old are welcome
  • One well-behaved dog welcome on request
  • Small courtyard with furniture and barbecue
  • Quality bed linen and towels provided
  • Public parking nearby (reservation is not needed)

Property layout

  • Ground floor:
    Little hall with exposed stone walls.
    Front room with vintage sofas, exposed original stone walls and original Delabole slate floors. Fireplace with wood burner and white wood painted ceiling. The original wooden painted stairs lead to the first floor.
    Well equipped kitchen/dining room with exposed stone walls.
  • First floor:
    Bedroom 1 with 5' king bed. Lovely and peaceful in calm white with sanded floorboards and vintage curtains.
    Bedroom 2 with a 4’6″ bed. Peaceful and calm, with sanded floorboards and vintage curtains and mirrors.
    Cosy refurbished bathroom with shower over Burlington freestanding bath.

Outside

  • Pretty outside terrace garden with rustic metal table and chairs for sitting out and barbecues.

Equipment

  • Electric heaters and wood burning stove (starter logs included)
  • Electric oven and hob, fridge, washing machine, tumble dryer
  • TV with Freeview
  • WiFi internet access*
  • Outdoor furniture and barbecue

Features

  • A gorgeous romantic and authentic fishermans cottage, dating from 17th Century.
  • A rustic home-from-home, full of charm, simple, peaceful and calm - designed with your comfort and relaxation in mind.
  • In the heart of atmospheric Port Isaac, (Doc Martin, Fishermans Friends), dating from 17th Century, minutes from the harbour.
  • A pretty outside terrace garden with rustic metal table and chairs is perfect for sitting out and barbecues.
  • Brilliant in all seasons and the ideal setting for Autumn and Winter breaks. The cottage is warm and cosy with central heating, wood burning stove and comfy beds.
  • There is an excellent pub, the Golden Lion, within a two minute walk and and a good village supermarket at the top of the hill.

Make memories by the English seaside at Sunny Corner cottage. Our stunning coastal bolthole is perfectly positioned in the heart of atmospheric Port Isaac, (Doc Martin, Fishermans Friends), minutes from the harbour. The perfect place for a restful and romantic stay… think wood burners, toasty thick socks and wellies!

Our charming Grade II listed cottage, originally built by fisherman with local materials, dates from 17th Century. The owners have cleverly retained its original and beautiful character, whilst making it a unique and comfortable space. Rustic, simple, peaceful and calm, it has exposed stone walls and a picturesque sunny courtyard garden.

Our pet friendly cottage is painted white with its original simple sanded floorboards upstairs and it's original Delabole slate slab floor downstairs. Tastefully furnished and beautifully appointed throughout, the vintage inspired front room has a lovely inglenook with wood burning stove, ideal for those cosy nights in after days spent exploring the surrounding area. The pleasant kitchen dining room provides all you need to prepare home-cooked meals when you are not barbecuing on those summer evenings.

Upstairs are two beautifully appointed double bedrooms of similar size and the bathroom. The beds are made up with good hotel quality white linens, and soft white thick towels are also provided. The newly refurbished bathroom is really special, with it's Burlington freestanding bath and shower over.

If you'd like to bring your dog, please ask first - they will love the nearby cliffs and beaches as much as you do!

Perfect for winter too, this cosy two bedroom cottage is very romantic and special - a perfect retreat with heating throughout.

Sunny Corner is perfectly situated to explore the pretty village of Port Isaac, and its enviable restaurants, art galleries and independent shops. There is an excellent pub, the Golden Lion, within a two minute walk, and also several excellent restaurants to choose from, including Outlaw's New Road, The Angry Anchovy pizza, The Mote or Port Gaverne Hotel. Fresh from the Sea make delicious crab sandwiches.

One of the true Cornish treasures, Port Isaac is a beautiful fishing village nestling in a steep sided valley that remains unchanged from its days of fishing, slate export and smuggling in the previous century. Its sandy picturesque harbour is just minutes away and provides an abundance of rock pools as the tide retreats.

For outdoor enthusiasts, explore the South West Coast Path or head over to Port Gaverne for coasteering, kayaking, or wild swimming in this much loved sheltered cove.

Just a short distance by car you will find some of Cornwall’s most popular beaches including Polzeath and Tregardock for excellent surfing and Daymer Bay for those in search of calmer bathing waters.

Nearby Rock, situated on the Camel Estuary is a hub for sailing, waterskiing and stand up paddle boarding, and is also home to the foot ferry across to Padstow.

There are also several geological features in the area, including the impressive Doyden Castle and Lundy Bay. Be sure to venture too to St Enodoc Church, Trebetherick, a beautiful place of worship; and Stepper Point, a great spot for a walk or picnic. Little Petherick Creek Bridge is a pretty bridge over a creek, and the Camel Trail is a great way to explore the area on foot or by bike.

2022-06-04 David H, Hartlepool

"Brilliant location, fantastic cottage 👍🏻"

2022-05-07 Lynn L, London

"We had a lovely stay at Sunny Corners. It was very quaint and just perfect for what we needed. It was clean and tidy and had everything we needed for our stay. The bedding was lovely too. Great big tub to soak in after a day at the beach! Few more steps than we expected to get there, but well worth it:) Close to everything in Port Isaac. Thank you for our lovely stay."

2022-04-30 Shailendra S, Cambridge

"If you want an authentic stay in a Fisherman's Cottage on the Cornwall coast, then this charming two bedroom self-contained accommodation is it. The Cottage is beautiful, in the heart of Port Isaac - close to several of the locations from the TV series Doc Martin. Susan is a kind and professional hostess and has set everything up for a wonderful stay."

2022-04-23 Paul P, London

"Beautiful little property right in the middle of Port Isaac. Lovely walks, great restaurants and pubs and even saw Martin Clunes filming Doc Martin! Would definitely recommend!!"

2022-04-16 Julie L, London

"A lovely cottage, perfect for two friends with equal sized bedrooms. Lovely refurbished bathroom, with a fantastic shower! 2 minute walk from the hub of the beautiful village."

2022-04-09 Paul W, Weybridge

"We had a great stay in Sunny Corner cottage. Fantastic location. Everything you need was there. Nice white fluffy towels. Nice linen. Very comfortable beds. We will definitely be back."

2021-09-18 Josh B, Brighton

"Beautiful little spot in the heart of Port Isaac - couldn’t ask for a better location."

2021-09-11 Olivia B, Bristol

"We had such a lovely stay at the cottage - it was right in the middle of Port Isaac so easy to get around and access local shops/pubs. A lovely mix of traditional and rustic with a great shower and comfy beds too! We thought it was good value and would definitely stay again. Thanks "

2021-09-04 Chloe C, Lancaster

"Lovely stay, instructions were clear and the location was perfect. Would recommend for anyone looking to stay in the heart of Port Isaac"

2021-08-07 Matthew H, Chiddingford

"Fantastic location in Port Issac"

2021-07-03 Amy V, Manchester

"Cosy cottage in an amazing location in Port Isaac. Highlights include the comfy bed with lovely linen , fluffy towels & rainfall shower!!"

2021-06-12 Fiona I, Bath

"Very cosy cottage in the heart of Port Isaac. Susan was a really communicative host and very friendly. The beds were incredibly comfortable."

2021-06-05 Mark O, London

"Lovely cottage, just up up the hill from the harbour with a nice outside terrace. Recommended."

2021-05-22 Tim B, London

"Beautiful little cottage in the middle of Port Isaac. Very cosy and charming and perfectly located, within a one minute walk of the main pubs and restaurants. Would highly recommend to anyone looking for an escape and will hopefully go back there soon myself."

2021-05-15 Jessica E, Reading

"Lovely cottage to stay! It's such a great location to enjoy Port Isaac and the surrounding coast. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay including the dog. The cottage had all amenities required, I especially enjoyed the lovely bath after a long walk. Everything was great, but do take into account that you will have to pay extra for parking."

2021-05-08 Olivia B, Londonl

"Absolutely beautiful, authentic fisherman's cottage, decorated to a really high and comfortable standard. The bath and shower were wonderful, really comfy bed and the appliances new and easy to use. The setting is perfect with a little suntrap courtyard and lots of other cottages around. The walk from the car park is very steep so pack light! Port Isaac is absolutely lovely and this is the ideal spot to explore it and the stunning coast surrounding."

LOCAL INFORMATION

PORT ISAAC

Port Isaac is a historic fishing village situated on the North Cornwall coastline with lovely fisherman’s cottages and narrow streets, the most famous being 'Squeezy Belly Alley', said to be the narrowest street in the world! (and a stone's throw from Sunny Corner).

Port Isaac has also been made television famous as it’s alter-ego 'Port Wenn' in the series Doc Martin – visitors can actually ascend the flower-lined hill path to take a peek at the Doctor’s Surgery, with its breath-taking views over the crystal clear waters on the surrounding coast.

While holidaying in Port Isaac you will not want to miss a performance by the bestselling folk group 'Fisherman’s Friends'. Find them down on the harbour every Friday evening through the summer months.

There is a daily fish market and two 'Nathan Outlaw' restaurants, where he holds three Michelin Stars. Make sure you dine out at the picturesque seafood restaurants (there are plenty to choose from!) and revel in the atmosphere of many lively cafes, ice cream parlours and bustling boutiques, such as Pottery and Chapel Café.

With an array of local galleries, arts and craft shops, there is plenty to see and do all year round. Other local amenities include a Doctors Surgery, a Co-operative grocery store and many lively cafes, restaurants and two fresh fish shops.

Head to the Port Quinn harbour and spend the day with Cornish Coast Adventures; enjoy a kayaking or paddle boarding tour. For more family fun filled adventures, the popular water-sports havens of Polzeath and Rock are only a short drive away.

Soak in the local history at Doyden Castle or explore your natural surroundings on the stunning walk from Port Isaac to Port Gaverne. Or spend a day relaxing at Tregardock Beach.

Things you need to know about Sunny Corner if you’re thinking of booking a holiday there:

  • Smoking is not allowed inside any of our properties
  • This cottage welcomes one small well-behaved dog. This will need to be pre approved by us before your stay
  • * One pet is £25/stay. Please restrict your pet/s to the ground floor and do not allow on the furniture
  • Minimum stay 7 nights Friday to Friday during Summer High season
  • Minimum stay 2 nights during all other periods, except Christmas & New Year which is 4 nights
  • We operate a good neighbour policy and state that noise must be kept to a minimum outside after 10.30pm and that guests should always respect the neighbours' peace
  • There are open wooden stairs in the property, and slate step to one side of the cottage and a cobble stone paths the other which provide access to the cottage. For this reason it is not recommended to anyone of limited mobility
  • Sorry, no children under the age of four
  • * Covid-19 measures for this property:
    In full compliance with the hospitality industry cleaning protocols and safety guidance.
    Intensively cleaned and sanitised.
    Contact-free check in and check out.
    Complete privacy and exclusive use of the cottage during your holiday.
    Date changes for all existing and new bookings if the lockdown measures are extended or re-imposed.

*Internet access is offered at this property for recreational purposes only and is not meant for business use. Speed/service may vary depending on the package obtained by the owner which is provided to guests free of charge. Should guests experience difficulties or loss of use, neither the owner nor the agent will be held responsible.

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