Gullrock, Port Gaverne
near Port Isaac, North Cornwall
Real home from home,
set around a tranquil courtyard garden
- Sleeps up to 6 people
- Dishwasher and Washing Machine
- Full HD TV
- Freeview HD recorder and Blu-Ray
- Computer with Full HD Monitor and broadband
- Beach 100 yards
- Rugged North Cornish coast
- Car parking
- Pets welcome
Seaways is part of the 200 year old building known as Gullrock. Originally built as a 'Pilchard Palace' for processing the fish caught in huge numbers during the early 19th century, it nestles at the foot of the valley in this bygone fishing hamlet. Our lawned courtyard garden is peaceful and secluded.
The beach, just 100 yards from Gullrock, is ideal for safe bathing. It is sandy at low tide with many interesting rock pools for everyone to explore.
Port Gaverne is one of the most beautiful coves on the north coast of Cornwall. In an area largely owned by the National Trust, it is totally unspoilt and ideal for a carefree, relaxed holiday.
Enjoy the magnificent scenery and wildlife around Port Gaverne. The wide sweep of Port Isaac Bay, with its cliffs and coves, the wild expanse of Bodmin Moor is just a short drive away - the whole area is a paradise for walkers and naturalists.
Just 10 minutes walk away is the historic fishing village of Port Isaac, with shops, hotels and restaurants. Narrow streets tumble down to the harbour where crab and lobster are landed daily in season and sold from the fish cellars.
We are within easy reach of Tintagel, Padstow, Boscastle, the gardens of Pencarrow and the National Trust house and gardens of Lanhydrock, the Eden Project, and the Lost Gardens of Heligan. Cornwall has something for everybody within an hour’s drive of Port Gaverne.