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Walk, Cycle, Surf, Fish, play Golf - or just enjoy the view! A great place to relax with friends or family and sample the local culture.

10 comfortably furnished en suite guest rooms many with sea views, stylishly decorated to a high standard. All rooms are well equipped and have crisp white cotton linen, luxurious fluffy towels, invigorating showers or sensuous baths, exquisite fittings and enchanting local art. Elegant simplicity combined with everything you need to unwind.

The Slipway dates backs to 1527. It was a ship's chandlery in the 19th century selling all types of ship supplies and provisions out of what is now the two tiered restaurant. The Slipway was converted into a hotel in the mid twentieth century and has been gradually upgraded into its present state.

The galleried seafood restaurant has earned a reputation as one of Cornwall's most acclaimed eating experiences. You may also dine outside on the terrace overlooking the working harbour. Lobster and crab are purchased from the local Port Isaac fisherman. Menus are highly imaginative being devised by the team of chefs and concentrate on the use of the best fresh fish, meat, produce and other ingredients all sourced locally.

Port Isaac is an excellent base for a holiday in Cornwall. Nothing is far away. Fantastic beaches, rolling surf, the coastal path, great golf courses and many stunning attractions all within easy driving distance. The Championship golf courses at St Enodoc and Trevose. Wonderful gardens and National Trust Properties. The National Maritime museum in Falmouth. The St Ives Tate Gallery. The Eden Project. Sailing and surfing is available in the nearby Camel Estuary and two of the best surfing beaches in the UK are situated within a few miles of Port Isaac.

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About Port Isaac

Port Isaac is a beautiful, timeless village that retains its original Cornish character...