It is seldom that an opportunity arises in this rapidly changing world in which we now live, to sympathetically restore in character, yet modernise, a group of ancient and time-honoured buildings in an area as unspoilt as Port Gaverne. Over the years the cove cottages have served as fish cellars, rope walks, sail lofts and dwellings for local Cornish families, working at sea and loading and unloading sand and slate in Port Isaac Bay and off the cove itself.
Cottages Eight splendidly restored XVIIIth century, self-contained Cornish fishermen's cottages, built around an enclosed and sheltered courtyard. Situated in a secluded cove just mile from world- famous Port Isaac. Adjacent to and managed by the proprietors of the Port Gaverne Inn. This part of the North Cornwall Heritage coast is almost all cliffs, headlands, beaches and old buildings, preserved by the English National Trust.
  • Each cottage is attractively and comfortably furnished.
  • All have their own central heating and are double glazed.
  • Pleasantly decorated lounges, most with wood-burner and all with colour television and direct dial telephone.
  • Completely equipped kitchens including cookers, refrigerator/freezers, blenders, toasters, electric kettles etc.
Torca cottage lounge
The cottages have light, bright sunny bedrooms and luxury bathrooms. All sleep four persons comfortably with the exception of Thrift and Rashleigh. All towels, linen and duvets furnished WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE. Children's cots and additional linen are available on request. Electricity and gas are provided FREE OF CHARGE - no meters are fitted in the cottages. Car parking is free.
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Torca, Courtyard, Marigold 1 double bedded, 1 twin bedded
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Shrub 1 double bedded, 2 single bedded
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Jasmine 1 double bedded, 1 single bedded
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Rose 1 double bedded, 1 twin bedded
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Rashleigh 2 double bedded, 1 twin bedded
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Thrift 1 double bedded.
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