This delightfully unexpected discovery lies along a leafy country lane, not far from the cobbled streets of Port Isaac. Accommodating two to sixteen guests, this uniquely flexible and luxurious hideaway comes with an outdoor heated swimming pool and beautiful, mature gardens.
Nestled in the most picturesque of settings, the Penquite collection consists of Penquite House, Cottage and Annex. Here are the top 10 reasons to choose Penquite for your next holiday.
1. Fantastically flexible accommodation
Whether it's a family get together or a romantic break for two, Penquite can accommodate two to sixteen guests.
Penquite House sleeps six and can be let in conjunction with the Annex also sleeping six guests. Penquite Cottage sleeps up to four guests and can be let together with the House or independently. Penquite is a fantastic option for wedding accommodation with a range of breathtaking venues to choose from nearby.
2. Your very own heated swimming pool
This enchanting, luxury home comes complete with an outdoor, heated swimming pool. Enjoy a leisurely lap before breakfast for an invigorating start to the day. The swimming pool at Penquite is a tranquil oasis, complete with a bright mosaic outdoor shower, sure to be a hit with the children. The pool is open from the end of May through to September and is available with the House and Annex.
3. A large country garden
Penquite House and Annex are surrounded by heavenly gardens. It won't take long to slip into the relaxed country lifestyle as the birds sing in the mature trees above. The lawn is perfect for relaxing with a good book or playing garden games with the family.
To the front of Penquite Cottage is a pretty lawn with carefully planted trees and flower beds. A high Cornish stone wall offers privacy from the main house as well as shelter for sunbathing. The garden provides a tranquil spot to enjoy picnics, afternoon tea and blissful holiday relaxation.
4. Port Isaac is on your doorstep
Take to the country lanes that wind through the lush Cornish countryside to the famous fishing village of Port Isaac. In less than ten minutes you will be in Doc Martin country where the narrow streets and whitewashed houses are sure to enchant.
Walk around the pretty harbour and watch the fishermen bringing in the catch of the day. The Fisherman's Friends movie was recently filmed in Post Isaac so you can enjoy spotting the various locations used in the film.
5. Cornish farmhouse meets contemporary architect design
Throughout Penquite House you'll spot many bespoke, handcrafted features and plenty of hidden gems. The old squire’s mounting block still stands outside, while beautiful stone fireplaces can be found within. Contemporary features include the dramatic gable end, double-height kitchen and dining area. This brings the outside in, opening out onto the terrace and swimming pool through large, bi-fold doors.
The interior of Penquite Cottage is a luxurious combination of original features with a contemporary twist. The high-spec kitchen has a beautiful slate floor and crisp white worktops. The modern granite breakfast bar is a great place to sit and enjoy a morning coffee and newspaper.
6. Perfect for cosy evenings in
Both Penquite House and Annex benefit from fireplaces. At Penquite House a snug with a log burner provides the ideal place for curling up with a good book or box set. Penquite Cottage has a stunning inglenook fireplace with a slate hearth and wooden mantel.
7. Culinary delights nearby
Nearby Port Isaac has become famous as a foodie haven. Nathan Outlaw has two restaurants here including the cosy Fish Kitchen serving locally caught seafood and the self-named restaurant up the hill, perfect for a special occasion.
Just along from Port Isaac is the peaceful cove of Port Gaverne. Here you will find The Port Gaverne Hotel & Restaurant, nestled in the centre of this picture-perfect setting and everything you could hope for in a Cornish pub.
8. Get out on the water
The sheltered stony beach of Port Gaverne is a great launching point for a boat or kayak. Cornish Rock Tors are based here and offer kayaking, paddle boarding, wild swimming and coasteering.
9. Explore the coast by foot
With miles and miles of scenic footpath to explore, Penquite makes the perfect base from which to explore North Cornwall. Hop onto the South West Coast Path at Port Isaac and head along to the tiny fishing haven of Port Quin complete with picture-perfect stone cottages, a sheltered cove and the iconic land mark of Doyden Castle.
10. Discover the surrounding beaches
Enjoy this base for all holidays, whether you prefer bucket and spade days at Trebarwith Strand, surfing at Polzeath, family fun in Port Isaac or water sports in Rock.
Alternatively, give us a call on 01208 869090 to speak to one of our friendly team and find out more about a holiday at Penquite.