Harbour View Bed & Breakfast

Address: 44 Fore Street, Port Isaac, Cornwall, England, PL29 3RD, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 44 Fore Street, Port Isaac, is near Padstow Harbour, Camel Trail, Merlin's Cave, and Polzeath Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Port Isaac

    The countdown begins to Nepal

    A travel blog entry by lmellis1066 on Nov 10, 2014

    2 photos

    ... my target of 2000, which will go towards building better homes for people living in slums. I have also contributed a considerable amount of my own money to cover what I would call the holiday part of this trip. So if you see me sitting back and enjoying a beer or two then be sure that this was not due to your generous donation! My travel blog will begin on Friday when I arrive in Kathmandu. Wish me luck and I will keep you posted as often as wifi allows me. Until then wrap up out there!!! ...

    PORTUGAL - SURF SURF AND GREAT PEOPLE!

    A travel blog entry by rutgerenchantal on Nov 03, 2014

    4 photos

    ... food, which was so good that there was nothing left afterwards… I just wanted to say thanx guys and gals for making the stay even more fun!


    On Friday my surfbudy and good friend Peter arrived. He brought the car over and we changed to a new place to stay.. Which had some ”foot in the dirt” (you will have to be dutch to get that one) because of the beds in the place. We got the tiniest double bed you can imagine. So Ricardo opted to put a ...

    Cornwell

    A travel blog entry by kyliep on Oct 25, 2014

    3 photos

    ... another fishing village where there are now a lot of seafood restaurants, including the chef Rick Stein who has 3 places to eat. We decided to have lunch at his fish and chip shop. Mum tried the haddock and I had sea bream, which were both yummy. We then had a walk around the town before heading off for the long drive back to Marston Magna. Tomorrow we leave this lovely village and head into ...

    St. Ives, Pirates and Newquay

    A travel blog entry by quirk303 on Oct 13, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... way and back down a two way street on the wrong side. I think the modern pirates there might be the local council who set the streets up like that to exact fines from unwary tourists. I will wait for the fines in the mail. Newquay is another fishing and coal village in origin that has reinvented itself into a coastal holiday destination. There are old buildings like our hotel and many old stone houses with front doors opening onto the narrow streets. ...

    Exeter and Cornwall

    A travel blog entry by quirk303 on Oct 12, 2014

    4 comments, 8 photos

    ... that was very well attended by all ages. We got the giggles when communion started and a motorised wheelchair joined the line but it was followed by a person on a longer gopher. It could not turn as easily as the wheelchair and so had to do a 5 point turn. Each time it reversed it beeped like a reversing truck. The same happened when he returned to his original place. It was a new sound for the Lord. Fangio gets us to Newquay earlier than ...