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Trelanic Holidays in Port Isaac Cornwall
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Trelanic Port Isaac Sea View looking across Port isaac bay towards Lundy island and Tintagel CastleThis traditional family holiday home, offering self catering holidays in Port Isaac, in Lundy Road, a quiet location on the edge of Port Isaac.

Unlike many other holiday homes in Port Isaac, Trelanic, has easy vehicular access and private parking.

Holidays in Port Isaac with sea views overlooking Port Isaac & Port Gaverne Bay, Trelanic offers superb sea views along the North Cornish coast to Tintagel and Hartland Point - on a clear day you can see Lundy Island (hence the name of the road).

The holiday home, is a few minutes walk down to Port Isaac's famous harbour (several more coming back because of the hill!) with local shops, garage, restaurants and pubs within easy reach.

The stunning and beautiful walks along the cliffs (many of which are maintained by the National Trust) are close at hand. There is a chance of spotting seals, dolphins, and puffins. There is safe cycling along the Camel Trail. A short car ride will take you to the beaches of Polzeath, Daymer Bay and Rock.

Trelanic holidays home, is comfortably furnished and equipped for up to 8 people, making it ideal for family self catering holidays in Port Isaac and North Cornwall

•  Spacious Self Catering holiday home in Port Isaac •  Spectacular Sea Views
•  Sleeps 8 people in 3/4 Bedrooms •  Private garden with stunning views
•  Overlooking Port Isaac & Port Gaverne Bay •  Just a few minutes walk down to the harbour
•  Parking for 2 cars •  Quiet location at the end of a peaceful private     road on the edge of Port Isaac
•  FREE Wi-Fi •  Well behaved pets welcome

Port Isaac Harbour - Cliff top walk to Port QuinnPort Isaac, Cornwall

Port Isaac is a quaint and picturesque Cornish fishing village on the Atlantic coast of North Cornwall. The unspoilt, and virtually traffic-free village still has a small but very vibrant fishing fleet and you can buy freshly caught crab, lobster, and fish at the cellars, just by the harbour. Nearby are the equally attractive hamlets of Port Gaverne and Port Quin.

The centre of the village dates from the 18th and 19th centuries, and the narrow streets and alleys contain a wealth of pretty cottages and other interesting historic buildings (about 90 of which are listed grade 2). There are Art and Pottery Galleries within the village itself.

Port Isaac has served as an ideal natural backdrop to various television productions, including Poldark, the Shell Seekers, the Nightmare Man, Oscar and Lucinda, several Daphne du Maurier novels, and, more recently, the TV series Doc Martin, in which it is called Port Wenn. In addition, it is home to the Fisherman's Friends, the internationally renowned sea-shanty singers, who often perform live at the harbour, as do the St Breward Silver Band. The film Saving Grace was also produced there, and the well renowned St. Endellion Music Festival takes place in the parish twice a year.

In and around the village, there are a number of restaurants and other eating establishments , as well as traditional pubs, where high quality meals are served, locally caught seafood being a speciality.

There is a lifeboat station in the centre of the village, and Port Isaac's crew and shore helpers man the station 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, providing full coverage of part of the rugged north coast of Cornwall. The current lifeboat is called 'Copeland Bell'; in 2012 the lifeboat crew received gallantry medals following a dangerous rescue.

Self Catering Port Isaac Cornwall
TRELANIC   6 LUNDY ROAD   PORT ISAAC   CORNWALL   TEL. 01543 682010   MOB. 07831 265089   EMAIL. r.meere@btinternet.com