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The White House

Port Isaac, Cornwall, England

The White House in Port Isaac, Cornwall, England
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About The White House

Lovely C17th listed house, overlooking beach and harbour, with unique views from all rooms. In same family ownership for fourteen generations!
With seating area on terrace overlooking harbour and barbeque area above house. Port Isaac still retains the atmosphere of a traditional unspoilt Cornish fishing village with good pub and restaurants.
The village is situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty and spectacular coastline with excellent beaches, walks, surfing and sailing nearby.
An extra 15% deposit is required in addition to the 10% taken when booking online. This is payable directly to the owner.
The House offers 1 double, 2 twin bedded rooms, modern bathoom, beamed sitting room and dining room, well equipped kitchen.
BT business broadband-WIFI.
Additional 15% deposit required when booking, payable directly to the owner.
Linen & towels are provided at an additional cost of £12pp(to prevent people from sleeping in beds without proper linen trying to save money!)


Nearby towns & villages..

Port Isaac Beach

Port Isaac (113 Pictures)

(0.2 miles, 0.3 km)

Port Isaac offers visitors many rich experiences from strolls around its ancient streets and narrow alleys criss-crossing the hillside, to simply standing on the top of a cliff watching the foaming waves of the changing tide...

A wonderful view Port Gaverne

Port Gaverne (11 Pictures)

(0.5 miles, 0.8 km)

The village itself was especially noted for Pilchards, a fact which caused many fishermen in the 19th-century to make this little place their home. ..

Polzeath seashore coastline

Polzeath (12 Pictures)

(3.8 miles, 6.1 km, direction W)

This is an area of pleasant coves, delightful bays and quaint villages. ..

Bay at New Polzeath in early evening. Walk left on Beach for just yards to Polzeath.

New Polzeath (1 Pictures)

(3.8 miles, 6.1 km, direction W)

New Polzeath overlooks the extensive sands at Hayles Bay, where westerly winds provide perfect conditions for surfers. Just north of New Polzeath you can find steps leading to a beautiful beach...

Rock from Padstow Harbour, Cornwall

Rock (18 Pictures)

(4.6 miles, 7.3 km, direction SW)

Rock is known to have been visited by at least one Royal Prince...

The Main Street of Wadebridge

Wadebridge (6 Pictures)

(5.3 miles, 8.5 km, direction S)

This enchanting place, is close to Padstow and Rock which are now renowed as excellent surfing resorts...

Padstow

Padstow (181 Pictures)

(5.9 miles, 9.5 km, direction SW)

Padstow has become a phenomenon of the latter half of the 20th-century when Chef, Rick Stein, together with his endearing little dog, Chalky first burst upon our T.V. screens following the opening of his famous "Seafood Restaurant" which has since become a Mecca for fish and seafood lovers from all over the country and Europe...

Nearby attractions..

Prideaux Place, Near Padstow

Prideaux Place (3 Pictures)

(6.0 miles, 9.6 km, direction SW)

This gorgeous historic house, caressed by lush creeping foliage lies in an outstanding position beside the waters of the River.....

The Old Post Office, Tintagel, Cornwall.

Tintagel Old Post Office (9 Pictures)

(6.1 miles, 9.8 km, direction NE)

This delightful stone building with its bright red pillar-box fitted into its ancient wall is found in the coastal village of.....

The Entrance to Merlin's Cave, Tintagel, Cornwall.

Merlin's Cave (8 Pictures)

(6.2 miles, 10.0 km, direction NE)

This deep cavernous black slate hole, full of eyrie atmosphere is said to be the cave where the legendry King Arthur is purported.....

Tintagel Castle, June 2004

Tintagel Castle (75 Pictures)

(6.3 miles, 10.1 km, direction NE)

The local tourist industry in Tintagel leans heavily upon tales surrounding King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, but.....

The Shire Hall, Bodmin, Cornwall

The Shire Hall (2 Pictures)

(9.9 miles, 15.9 km, direction SE)

This beautifully preserved building is one of Cornwall's gems from the 19th-century. The Shire Hall was built in 1838 and shows.....

I'm going round the bend.

Bodmin & Wenford Railway (21 Pictures)

(10.2 miles, 16.3 km, direction SE)

This railway is Cornwall's only standard gauge railway still operated by steam locomotives and the trains run through some.....

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