Situated at the bottom of the narrow streets that wind down to the harbour and beach, the Hotel's bar and terrace overlook the Platt which is the very centre of village life. The Hotel building itself is full of interest with a history dating back to 1527.
With original exposed beams, panelling and stonework, its 12 rooms have been preserved yet equipped with central heating, colour television, direct dial telephones and en-suite facilities.
Our 'Lifeboat Suite' above the Boathouse is perfect for a family or a group of friends. It has 2 bedrooms, separate bathroom and WC, and a very large lounge over looking the quay, with panoramic views of the beach and harbour.
The Slipway is an ideal base for visiting the North Coast and the Padstow and Rock area so beloved by Sir John Betjeman.
Port Isaac is an old unspoilt fishing village, on the coast of North Cornwall. , The natural harbour still accommodates an active fleet of boats, and the coastline, stretching for miles either way, is an area of outstanding national beauty. It provides a perfect setting for a 'get away from it all' holiday. , , In the centre of the village is the Platt, where the fishermen land their daily catch of crab and lobster. You can sit here and watch the world go by, much as it has done for generations. Port Isaac Bay is one of the most spectacular and unspoiled coastlines in the British Isles. It is best viewed from the well-maintained coastal footpath - the riot of colour from the wild flowers in Spring must be seen to be believed.
THE SLIPWAY HOTEL & Seafood Restaurant ID: 24540