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The traditional fishing village of Port Isaac lies along the achingly beautiful North Cornwall coast. Cornish villages don't get much better than Port Isaac, with its winding cobbled streets, whitewashed stone cottages and a harbour dotted with fishing boats, bobbing on the swells. The village is, perhaps, best known as the filming location of the hit series, Doc Martin, starring Martin Clunes. There's more than just this claim to fame, though. When you come to stay in a Port Isaac bed and breakfast you've got some fine coastal trails to hike, more attractions in the nearby area than you could possibly visit in a weekend break, and restaurants serving up fish, crab and lobster, landed daily.
B&Bs just seem so right when you're staying along the British coast and the bed and breakfasts in Port Isaac are no exception. Maybe it's the cost difference, compared to the hotels or holiday lets. Perhaps it's the warm Cornish welcome you receive when you check in. Either way, the B&Bs here have long been the staple accommodation of choice for visitors. It might be a small fishing village, but there are plenty of B&Bs to choose from. Some are traditional little cottages which, charmingly, haven't changed that much over the years and offer plenty of bang for your buck. Others are a little more swish, with Cornish seaside-inspired decor and furnishings that look like they jumped out of the pages of an interior designs magazine. Alternatively, you could opt for one of the budget properties and save your cash for the attractions and restaurants. If you're sold on a B&B, you can find your perfect match on Expedia, which lists every property, along with detailed descriptions and photos. All you need to do is fire up Expedia, search by price and location, and book in a few clicks. Arranging your Cornish break just got a whole lot easier.
When you check into your Port Isaac bed and breakfast, you'll find the guestrooms come equipped with all the modern conveniences that you might expect from a hotel, like a flat-screen TV on the wall, complimentary WiFi and a kettle for making tea and coffee. Many come with ensuite facilities that are typically stocked with toiletries, towels and a hairdryer. The guestrooms come in all shapes and sizes, so it doesn't matter whether you're coming on a break with your partner or bringing the whole family along, you'll always find one that fits the bill. If you pick right, you could wake up to views down over the harbour and the glistening sea. Every morning, the owners will be cooking up a proper Cornish breakfast downstairs – the perfect way to fuel up for a day of walking or sightseeing. If you're looking for more of a city break, you could try out one of the many Bristol activities on offer, instead?
There are so many things to do near your Port Isaac bed and breakfast, it can be tricky to know which to do first. During the summer, many families make a dash for the nearby beaches to spend their days lounging around on the sand or cooling off in the sea. If you're feeling a little more active, you could go for a stroll along a section of the South West Coastal Path, one of the longest trails in the country. Alternatively, if you're interested in spotting wildlife, you've come to the right place. You won't have to travel far to spot nesting coastal birds, dolphins and even basking sharks. If you've brought your rod, you could cast in your line to try your luck at catching a big one – or just head to one of the restaurants to try some extraordinarily fresh seafood. If it's your first time in Cornwall, the famous Eden Project, which houses the world's largest greenhouse rainforest, shouldn't be missed.
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