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With its whitewashed cottages, winding country lanes and a secluded cove, the 14th-century fishing village of Port Gaverne is a find on the north Cornish coastline. And its namesake, a 17th-century hotel and restaurant, provides a cosy home-from-home, with heritage at its core. Expect comfortable surrounds and seasonal, quality fare, inspired by the bounty on the doorstep.

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The Port Gaverne Hotel & Restaurant sits in a beautiful secluded cove in Port Gaverne, just a five-minute walk from the 14th-century fishing village of Port Isaac on North Cornwall's dramatic coastline. Walk along the cliff tops to Port Isaac where you can explore the ancient fishing village with its narrow winding streets and whitewashed cottages.

By car: London is around 5 hours away, Bristol is 2 hours 40 mins and Plymouth 90 mins. Public parking is available nearby.

By train: London Paddington to Bodmin Parkway takes around 4 hours. The hotel is a 40-minute drive from the station in a taxi. Book trains to Bodmin Parkway.

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A coastal theme runs throughout with an interior focus on rustic and wooden furnishings reminiscent of the ancient fishing village. Old black and white photographs adorn the walls of the restaurant, amidst large wooden tables, fisherman's lanterns, large cushions and freshly cut flowers. Think cosy and homely with low lighting; kick back and relax by the fireplace that used to be a traditional oven.


Relax in the traditional old bar with its slate floors, wooden beams and a wide range of proper ales, the perfect place to settle yourself for the evening. There's also a large terraced area and beer garden for sunny days. The staff couldn't be more welcoming, with fantastic knowledge of the locality and anecdotal stories from the cove.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Garden
  • Pet-friendly
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Laundry service

All of the rooms at the Port Gaverne can accomodate dogs for an extra fee.


The 15 ensuite bedrooms have a traditional and quirky character; each room has its own style, with a focus on antique furnishings, in keeping with the style and character of the building. Access to the bedrooms is via a steep, narrow staircase, though once inside, you're provided with a homely warmth and comfort.

Room types: Superior Double or Twin, Family room

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with Molton Brown toiletries, bathrobes, slippers, Sky TV, tea and coffee making facilities, free Wi-Fi


Expect ultra-fresh dishes created from local seasonal bounty. Catch-of-the-day is a must, given the location. There's also Pilchards, the hotel's beach café, serving a daily-changing menu - sit out on the decking at high tide, just a few yards from the sea.

The restaurant: 2 AA Rosettes, classic British dishes, local produce. Open daily for lunch and dinner. Mains from £16.

Pilchards Cafe: beachside cafe, tapas, seafood. Open for lunch and dinner. Small plates from £8.50.

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