The Beachhouse · Port Isaac · Cornwall

Large luxury self catering holiday cottage with breathtaking sea views

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The Beach House Welcomes Dogs

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Here at the Beach House we often receive enquiries from people looking for a holiday cottage in which the whole family can stay – including pets! In response, we are happy to say that your furry friends are more than welcome to join in the fun. Our only conditions are that animals are treated for fleas three weeks prior to arrival, and that you bring a maximum of two dogs by arrangement.

As a luxury self-catering cottage, the Beach House promises to be a home away from home for both you and your four-legged friends. There is a good-sized garden at the rear of the property, while the surrounding countryside will give you plenty of walking options. The house itself is located on the South West coastal path – the longest coastal path in the UK. No matter what direction you head, you can expect stunning scenery, beautiful views and a good breath of fresh sea air.

So if you’re in search of a Cornish holiday cottage but you don’t want to leave the dogs at home, contact Colin today on 07971 991 400 or send him an email at

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Ground Floor

The Ground floor features a large kitchen and dining room, conservatory with breathtaking views of the Cornish coast and lounge with fireplace.


Most of the bedrooms are located at the front of the property and have stunning sea views, what a way to wake up in the morning!

Local Area

The Beachhouse plays host to absolutely stunning front-line views of the north Cornish coastline all the way up to Tintagel Head.