Farm Stays in Port Isaac

Experience the rustic and unique charm of a farm stay in Cornwall. Detach from everyday life as you unwind in the Cornish countryside, surrounded by beautiful landscapes and nature. Port Isaac is a traditional fishing village in North Cornwall that is home to the TV series Doc Martin starring Martin Clunes and the Fisherman’s Friends shanty singers.


Cornish farm stays allow visitors to embrace the region's rural charm and natural beauty. Nestled amidst the picturesque countryside, they provide an opportunity to connect with nature and enjoy a peaceful retreat.

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Farm Stays in Port Isaac

The serene countryside surroundings of farm stays in Cornwall provide a tranquil setting for relaxation. Guests can enjoy the great outdoors, where they can unwind, read a book, or simply soak up the peaceful ambiance. Farm stays in Cornwall also offer a convenient base for exploring the wider region. While enjoying the tranquillity of the countryside, guests can easily access nearby coastal areas, charming villages, and popular attractions. From exploring rugged cliffs and sandy beaches to visiting historic sites and indulging in local arts and crafts, there is much to discover within a short distance from the farm.

FAQ's Port Isaac

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  • Due to the nature of Port Isaac's narrow, windy streets, vehicle access is very limited. It is strongly recommended that you park in one of the two car parks, the Main Car Park or the New Car Park, both located at the top of the village and wander down to the harbour area on foot.

  • The circular walk to Port Quinn along the South West Coast Path and back across the fields is about five miles in length, however it's not the mileage that you need to worry about, it's all the ups and downs and the steps!

    But, it's a fantastic walk and well worth all the climbs. Take refreshments with uyou and make a day of it.

  • Anytime, but try to avoid the height of summer when the village can be very busy. Spring and early summer are good months to visit, as they are to visit all of Cornwall. Or why not come down in the winter and brave the coast path watching the waves break against the cliffs?

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