Co-op supermarket 2 doors away. Great location to Port Isaac, 5 mins walk. Lovely pub and restaurants nearby. Cosy cottage with everything to hand including dog bowls and throws. Secure garden with hut if you need time out and BBQ if you get the weather. Parking for two cars. Washing machine and dryer well used as the weather wasn't its best. Wi-Fi very good and lots of info on places of interest etc to hand in the cottage. Local taxi used one night as we had booked a table at Rick Steins in Padstow, think around £70 return. Lovely friendly taxi lady who gave us loads of info about Cornwall. Great costal walks nearby, we also did Camel trail from Wadebridge to Padstow, kids on bikes but we walked with the dog. Would also recommend the Ship Inn Wadebridge - lovely food and staff. Only negatives - struggled to open the front door on a few occasions, lock needs to be looked at. I see the cottage has recently been refurbish, very nice but could have been a little cleaner in areas - bathroom floors bit dusty and a few hairs. Would definitely recommend and would be happy to return.
This village has everything for the person seeking a quiet Cornish cove holiday. Miss Fishers is the perfect base in which to reside.
Coastal walks, friendly faces, lovely eateries and fantastic scenery.
We were lucky enough to tick all the things off that we wanted to do; bike rides, meals, walks and time together.
Highly recommend both the place and Miss Fishers. The house is really well kept with lots of small, thoughtful touches to make you feel at home.
Step into relaxation. What a fantastic holiday retreat. Modern and stylish, yet softened by tasteful decoration. A sofa to sink into, a log burning stove to stare at, a dishwasher to dish wash, sumptuous beds and bedding, and a shepherds hut out back to steal away a moment alone.
A short stroll -albeit at a 45 degree angle (such is cornwall) takes you to the picturesque harbour, made famous by Doc Martin and friends. The sounds of the sea, and the hubbub of Cornish life are your welcome. The cliff top walk to Port Quin is a must, not just for the views, but to walk off all the great eating to be had.
A coastal hideaway, with great parking and amenities on your doorstep. Where time stands still, and all is forgotten. What's the catch you might ask? you know, I'm not sure there is one. Love Port Isaac and love Miss Fisher's.
Port Isaac itself is a lovely fishing village, unlike Padstow it remains more rustic, though Padstow is also very worth a visit.
Miss Fisher's looks like it's just been refurbished, everything is new and very tasteful. Lots of appliances, and beautifully curated crockery - it feels seaside like without the obvious.
We found some great cooking books and DVDs to entertain us, and there are more books in the rather beautiful Hut in the garden. Because we visited in March we couldn't use it as a Summer House (it was dry but approx 11oC) but I think that's it's purpose.
Huge garden our dogs loved, and being a few minutes into the village by foot is very handy. It's very near the grocery store which we were worried would be a distraction, but turns out to be a godsend - it's open everyday, so an outdoor fridge for a fresh breakfast - we heard via Miss Fisher's website that they serve amazing Portuguese Custard Tarts - true.
Onsite parking for our cars was marvellous. We found most of the property in the heart of the village doesn't have parking, so overall, thought this was a better location. The village is really close, minutes by foot.
We missed the Doc Martin filming, it starts in April and goes on through till June 2017.
We are going back and trying to get in as an extra. The film crews are around already and they gave us some tips on where to be!
We visited Boscatle, Padstow, Port Gaverne and Wadebridge. We walked along the cliffs from Port Isaac to Port Quinn, it really was full of spectacular views.
The Golden Lion, The Mote, Nathan Outlaw's kitchen and The Port Gaverne Hotel served us some amazing food, go and try staying at this lovely cottage and wander about, take in some sights and eat some amazing food.
I stayed here over New Year and the welcome and quality of finish was just lovely. This is an excellent standard bungalow with all cosy home conveniences with modern and relaxing décor, 2 decent sized bedrooms, one en suite and a lovely open plan living area leading on to the spacious and attractive kitchen. The garden is large and very well kept and home to the cutest shepherds hut which serves as an extra bedroom or just lovely space to enjoy the garden from. The centre of Port Isaac is a few minutes walk away downhill (steep but that is the nature of the village) and a real bonus is the parking in front of the property - almost unheard of and can fit up to 4 cars. Great central location with loads of other excellent places to visit within a short drive. Perfect holiday location.