Port Isaac Bay is a coastal feature in Cornwall, England.
It is listed under Bays and Coves: Bay
Local authority: Cornwall Council
OS Grid Reference: SW997853
Phone 01840 779 084
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Forecast for Tuesday 26 September
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Important! Tide times are for the nearest measurement point and may not be accurate for this location. You should not rely on these times for anything other than a broad indication of when the tide will be at its highest or lowest.
In particular, these tide times are not suitable for navigational use. Accurate tide forecasts require complex calculations and detailed local information. If you intend to engage in any activity for which tidal information is important for safety reasons (including sailing, powerboating, diving, and surfing) then you should obtain professional data.
Set on a clifftop overlooking the harbour, The Old School Hotel offers a restaurant and en-suite rooms in Port Isaac. Free WiFi access is available in shared areas. All rooms at The Old School Hotel feature a TV and tea/coffee making facilities. Details...
Unique to the small fishing village of Port Isaac, The Gallery boasts a tiered traditional wild Cornish garden with spectacular sea views overlooking Port Isaac Bay. This pet-friendly bed and breakfast also offers free Wi-Fi. Details...
In the idyllic secluded cove of Port Gaverne, this charming 17th-century inn has light, airy rooms with free Wi-Fi in the reception. The hotel restaurant uses seasonal produce including fresh fish caught locally. Details...
The Slipway Hotel dates back to 1527 and is opposite the fishing harbour in picturesque Port Isaac. It has a seafood restaurant and the bar serves local ales and ciders. Diners may eat in the galleried seafood restaurant or outside on the terrace. Details...
Situated between the dramatic cliffs of Trebarwith Strand, Port William Inn offers impressive sea views and a traditional Cornish restaurant. With free parking, Boscastle is just 10 minutes away. Details...
The secluded Longcross is set high above Port Quin, between Port Isaac and Polzeath, and overlooks the North Cornwall coast. Enjoy the new restaurant with terrace and panoramic views. Details...
The Garden Apartment is a delightful holiday property in the form of a modern annexe that adjoins the owner's stone-built cottage. Situated half a mile from Tintagel in the little village of Bossiney on a smallholding of poultry and piglets, The Garden Apartment benefits from stunning coastal views. Details...
With sea views from the garden, the water just a short walk and pigs and poultry around you, this semi detached stone-built cottage offers the ideal mix between coast and country living. Details...
Sunny Cabin is a delightful single storey holiday property close to the owner's stone-built cottage. Situated half a mile from Tintagel in the little village of Bossiney on a smallholding of poultry and piglets, Sunny Cabin enjoys some coastal views. Details...
Sunset Cottage is a semi-detached cottage situated in the small coastal village of Bossiney, half a mile from Tintagel in Cornwall. This single-storey cottage sleeps two people and has a king-size double bed, a shower room, a kitchen and a sitting room with dining area. Details...
Bay Tree Lodge is a detached holiday lodge, one of a group of two properties, sleeping 8, situated on a quiet green site surrounded by trees, a short walk from the pretty village of St Teath and can sleep four people. Details...
Cherry Tree Lodge is a wooden holiday lodge, one of a group of two properties, sleeping 8, and is situated on a private, well-maintained site on the outskirts of St Teath and can sleep four people. Details...