• Sea View: No
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Parking: Yes
  • Pets: Yes
  • Sleeps: 6
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Beach: 120 metres
  • Arrival: Friday
  • Sea View: No
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Parking: Yes
  • Pets: Yes
  • Sleeps: 6
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Beach: 120 metres
  • Arrival: Friday

Highlights

Walk to the beach

Just a short stroll past old fishing cottages and you are on the harbour beach.

Best thing about

The private garden for alfresco dining and those all important sundowners.

The Details

Location

The Property

Need to Know

What can I walk to

  • Port Isaac harbour beach.
  • Port Gaverne beach.
  • Restaurant Nathan Outlaw two-Michelin-starred restaurant just across the road.
  • Nathan Outlaw's Fish Kitchen.
  • The Golden Lion pub.
  • The Krab Pot.
  • The Angry Anchovy.
  • Chapel Cafe.
  • The Old School restaurant.
  • Ruby Tuesday's Cafe.
  • The Terrace Tea Rooms.
  • Port Isaac Pottery.
  • Pilchards Cafe.

Guest Reviews

SeaHorses is a most attractive and comfortable cottage away from the hustle and bustle of the quay front in Port Isaac. Its in a secluded spot at the top of Middle Street with only a few pedestrians passing by. I would most certainly book again.
Beautiful cottage in a great setting in the middle of the village. Hosts were very responsive and had a lovely stay. Wish we'd booked for 2 weeks!
An excellent stay, fab location with gorgeous garden that makes the property. Our couple of queries were dealt with super quickly by the owners. A fabulous stay, will definitely be back
We had a fantastic stay at sea horses. Such a pretty little cottage- very comfortable beds and with everything you need for a stay by the sea. Lovely to pop into the village for fresh fish and pasties. Lots of great walks from the door. We loved surfing at Watergate bay and enjoyed a coast walk followed by drinks at The Pig at Harlyn. We enjoyed lighting the wood burner each evening- it was a cosy spot for half term.
The property was well equipped and very nicely decorated. The garden was beautiful. Location was excellent, although the streets of Port Issac are narrow to drive through.

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