At the far end of the hallway, a low doorway leads into a quaint living room that spans the width of the cottage enjoying panoramic views of the tiny harbour with its fishing boats and the dramatic coastline. With the sound and sight of the sea close by and the sloping floors and ceilings you could almost believe you were on the deck of a galleon ship! On one side, a step leads down to a part fitted bespoke kitchen with painted wooden floorboards and a small dining suite set next to the window making the most of its harbour side location.
On the opposite side, comfortable lounge seating overlooks the ever changing scenery and is an ideal vantage point to watch the St Breward Silver Band and the famous Fisherman Friends perform on the quayside in summer evenings.
It is possible to unload outside Harbour Loft and parking is in the car park at the top of the village. Beneath Harbour Loft is a charming intimate restaurant serving fresh fish caught daily with lots of other varied dishes and fine wines. On your doorstep, there is a choice of fish and chips, Cornish pasties, fishmongers and afternoon cream teas with freshly baked cakes. There is also a local pub with a good selection of foods and a grocery store at the top of the village about a quarter of a mile away.
For a wider choice of amenities the market town of Wadebridge is about 9 miles. Port Isaac and Port Gaverne have small stoney beaches at low tide and the glorious sandy beaches on the Camel Estuary, including Polzeath, Daymer Bay and Rock are all approximately a 15 minute drive. The South West Coast Path meanders out of the village in both directions offering spectacular scenery and there are three golf courses within easy reach.