Properties in Port Isaac, Cornwall
Narrow cobbled streets lined with whitewashed cottages meander down to a pretty beach and harbour dotted with coloured fishing boats. Port Isaac in Cornwall (famously known as Port Wenn in Doc Martin and home of The Fisherman's Friends), is bursting with character and history. Latitude50 have a selection of Cornish self-catering homes in and around Port Isaac from characterful cottages sleeping four (with parking), to large properties in the nearby countryside (complete with swimming pools), sleeping up to 14.
Spend time browsing the independent shops and galleries and choose from a fantastic collection of cafes and pubs for local tipples and treats. Unsurprisingly, the village is known for its seafood, with renowned chef Nathan Outlaw owning two restaurants here. Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen serves responsibly sourced local seafood, while the two Michelin star Restaurant Nathan Outlaw offers a seven-course tasting menu. The neighbouring village of Port Gaverne can be reached by a walk along the coast path, and is worth visiting for its sheltered, stony beach and array of watersports on offer including coasteering and wild swimming.