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Henry’s

Port Isaac, Cornwall

Nestled in the very heart of Port Isaac with wonderful sea views, Henry’s past life was as the old village net loft.

It is a very special little place, full of atmosphere and within a few paces of the beach and all the restaurants and shops.

Sleeping 6 in 3 double bedrooms, Henry’s is the perfect coastal escape with everything you need for a place to unwind and relax.

Henry’s is listed exclusively for our #treatournhs give away and is generously on offer for the competition offering a stay to an NHS worker at the end of the COVID-19 when the pandemic is over.

Bedrooms

Henry’s consists of 3 double bedrooms, the third being an attic room with height restrictions. 

Bathroom

Henry’s features one family bathroom. 

Accessibility
  • Please note that Henry’s is accessed by steps and does have height restrictions in the attic bedroom. The village itself also has limited accessibility.
Parking
  • Please note that Henry’s does not have its own parking, however there is parking available in the public car parks at the top of the hill. 

Around The Property

Henry's Port Isaac 1
Henry's Port Isaac 2

Location

Port Isaac has been an attractive fishing village since the early fourteenth century. Its narrow, winding streets are lined with old white-washed cottages and traditional granite, slate-fronted Cornish houses, many of which are listed as of architectural or historic importance. From the Middle Ages until the middle of the 19th century, Port Isaac was a busy port handling various imports and exports, including coal, timber, pottery and Delabole slate. In fact the name Port Isaac is derived from the Cornish Porth Izzick meaning the ‘corn port’. After the advent of the railways, it became principally a fishing port. A stream runs through the village, finding its way into the sea over the harbour wall.

Visitors are advised to use the large car park at the top of the hill and to walk down to the village, as the narrow streets can be difficult to negotiate. There is a stunning view of the coast from this car park, in addition to easy access to both Port Isaac and Port Gaverne.

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