Places to stay
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Beautiful cottages in stunning locations
The White Cottage (sleeps six plus cot) is a stone's throw from the harbour and has many traditional features including slate floors and low doorways. A cottage steeped in character and with a secluded walled garden.
The Grade ll-listed Birdcage (sleeps two) rises out of the higgledy-piggedly of old Port Isaac. This former cobblers shop has tiny rooms and a staircase that slims down to just over a foot wide in places.
Doyden Castle (sleeps two) is about as close to a dream destination as you could imagine. Despite its tower and arched windows, this building is actually neither a true castle nor folly. It was built in about 1830 as a pleasure house by an infamous and wealthy bon-viveur from nearby Wadebridge. Its chequered history only adds to the experience of staying in this little fortress on the edge of the cliffs.