Port Isaac is on the scenic north coast of Cornwall. Throughout the year, Port Isaac is a working fishing village as well as a popular holiday destination. From sunny summer days on the beach or enjoying eating and drinking outside, to windswept walks on the cliffs in the depth of winter, why go anywhere else? Port Isaac is the perfect Cornish getaway.
A few reasons to choose Port Isaac:
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Our recommendations for places to eat or drink:
Next to the harbour, a hotel, restaurant and bar. Posh restaurant inside and bar type food served outside under cover. Great on a sunny afternoon. Plenty of fish.
On the Plat at the top of the beach. Restaurant, cafe and bar.
A Michelin star fish restaurant.
Port Gaverne Hotel
At the top of the beach at Port Gaverne, long established hotel bar and restaurant. A little more traditional.
Fish and chips etc 50 yards from the front door (turn right).
The Golden Lion
Port Isaac’s proper pub. Overlooking the harbour with a large balcony, the Lion serves St Austell ales and a full range of beer and food. The oldest and the best.
Many of the Restaurants also have bars, and vice versa the pubs serve food.
The Boathouse Stores and Post Office
Clothes, cards, gifts, newspapers and full post office service
Martin Demspey, artist
May Contain Nuts
The Ice Cream Parlour
Pride of Place
Dennis Knight fish merchant
Nicki B’s deli and bakery
For more information about each place, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be more than happy to provide you with our more extensive list!