Weathered walls welcoming you home. Slate floors cooling the soles of your feet. The twists and turns of staircases calling you up climb higher and seek out sea views. Listen to the whispers of history in this Grade II listed cottage in the heart of Port Isaac.
Whether you’re planning adventures around the wooden dining table or listening to evening tales unfold by the fireside, this pretty cottage is packed with character. And stacks of reasons you won’t want to leave.
Get out on foot and explore the locations from the TV Series Doc Martin (filmed in and around the village) or bob down to the harbour and enjoy a cheeky pint in the pub. Watch the boats and barter with the local fishermen to buy dinner. Or drop a line and catch your own.
ACCESS: Access is gained straight from a public lane, 1 step over the front door frame and then 1 step down into the kitchen.
GROUND FLOOR: There is a door from the kitchen into a bathroom with WC, basin and separate shower.
FIRST FLOOR: 12 narrow steps take you up to the first floor and the lounge/dining room.
SECOND FLOOR: 9 steep steps then take you up to the second floor and a double bedroom with open fire and hayloft window above and small bunk bedroom with 8 narrow steps up to a secret sleeping platform with double mattress which you have to climb into and out of. Some doorways are all quite low so please mind your head.
OUTSIDE ACCESS: 1 step from the front door frame will take you straight on to the public lane.
The nearest pub is in the heart of the village opposite the cottage.
Total Number of Bedrooms : 2 Total Number of bathrooms / WC's : 1 Number of Dogs Permitted : No pets permittedGround floor
A kitchen with electric oven and hob and a large fridge (there is a counter top freezer in the cupboard on the stairs) and a shower room with a shower, washbasin and WC.First Floor
Open plan living/dining room with a TV a seperate DVD player and a wood burning stove.
(please bring your own logs for the fire)
1 double bedroom with an open fire and the ‘hayloft’ window above and a small bunk bedroom with steps up to the ‘secret’ hayloft/den with an apex ceiling and futon mattress.
Bedroom 1: A double bedroom (4ft 6” bed)
Bedroom 2: A bunk bedroom (2ft 6” beds)
Hayloft/Den: A futon mattress (4ft 6”)
There is no parking at Rockpools, please click here for details of where you can park in Port Isaac. Parking is approximately 10 minutes walk from Rockpools but you are able to drive into the village to unload.Linen and Towels
This property provides linen and towels.
Linen changed weekly.
Please bring your own beach towels.
Pillows and duvets are a mix of feather and synthetic.
Access is via a keysafe and details will be sent to you before your arrivalBabies / Children
Due to the layout of this property we do not recommend it for toddlersHeating
The property is heated by night storage heaters. There is also a wood burner in the lounge (please bring your own logs for the fire).WIFI
WIFI & Broadband is available.
Harbour Holidays cannot be held responsible for the WIFI connection as we are reliant on external parties for this. Please do not use the WIFI access to download movies/music etc, as some connections do have ‘download limits’ and if they are used up may not be replenished until the next month.
Please read through your directions as these will change from year to year.
The accessibility statement can be found in the information tab above.
Bed sizes and facilities can change without notice, although we will endeavour to update.
Care must be taken with young children with some of the stairs in this property.
Gas and electric are included in your holiday cost.
Running down the pathway to a blank canvas beach without a soul in sight. Closing your eyes to the sound of gulls in your sand-perched deckchair. Spreading out the picnic blanket to a closed off corner of Harlyn Bay beach – The Cellars is a holiday house that dreams are made of.
Wake up bathed in bright Cornish light, gather on the patio for breakfast, clamber up the feature oak staircase and daydream a while on from the lounge’s Juliet balcony, staring out to the ocean on the horizon. What will today at Treberta have in store?