The Beachhouse · Port Isaac · Cornwall

Large luxury self catering holiday cottage with breathtaking sea views

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North Cornwall Draws in the Rich and Famous

Monday, December 11, 2017

The beaches and beauty of the North Cornish coast have tempted former prime minister, David Cameron and his wife, Samantha, to purchase a new property in the county.

Having spent numerous family holidays enjoying the Cornish seaside, the family have recently decided to set up home in the region half way between the bustle of Padstow and the charm of Port Isaac.

Relocating to North Cornwall is an obvious choice with its fabulous beaches, great restaurants and fascinating locations. The Camerons will find historic Tintagel, mysterious Bodmin Moor and lively Newquay within easy reach.

Are you looking to explore this gorgeous county?

Ideally located overlooking the beautiful North Cornish coast, our luxury, self-catering accommodation offers style and comfort to those looking to enjoy the many and varied diversions which Cornwall has to offer. From cycling, horse-riding and surfing, to visiting the historic homes and gardens of this dramatic region, Cornwall has it all.

Contact Colin for further details and availability.

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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.