St Docwin

Port Isaac, North Cornwall
Luxury Holiday Home

St Docwin is a charming converted chapel with games room located in a tranquil setting located close to the North Cornish coast. Perfect to explore nearby Port Isaac, Polzeath’s sandy beach, Rock and Padstow.

From the moment you arrive at St Docwin you know you will be staying somewhere truly fabulous. The setting, the attention to detail, the history and the beautiful finishes all combine to provide a home full of surprises and charm.

This luxury holiday home is the perfect place for family gatherings, celebrations or a break out of season.

Converted from a former chapel built in 1821 the main living room and kitchen have high beamed ceilings, stone walls and slate floors and the use of reclaimed wood and stone in the modern addition tie the whole property together beautifully.

A games room with a woodburner, TV and 6ft pool table with Tri folding doors to a barbecue area, plus a TV, Blu-ray DVD player and 2 large FAT BOY bean bags on the landing of the main house is sure to keep everybody amused and happy.

St Docwin has 4 wonderfully appointed bedrooms, one on the ground floor, one on the lower ground floor and a further two on the upper levels.

Pretty sloping lawned garden in a wooded setting with terraced areas each with garden furniture and one with chimenea. Weber barbecue, games rooms, oak floor, wood burning stove, TV, 6ft pool table, Tri folding doors to barbecue area.

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Converted from a former chapel built in 1821 with high beamed ceilings, stone walls and slate floors, a truly unique holiday property.


Contemporary interior


Set over 3 floors


Great views


Patio garden


10 mins walk to pub


10 mins drive to beach


In low season


The pretty fishing village of Port Isaac is located along a stretch of coastline that runs from Pentire Point (just north of Polzeath), to Widemouth Bay, near Bude, and is one of many Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Cornwall.

The port is surrounded by several other villages including Port Gaverne, Port Quin, St Minver, St Kew and the charmingly-named Chapel Amble. It is well-supplied with places to eat, including The Golden Lion pub, The Mote fish restaurant, and Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen, run by Nathan Outlaw.

Being close to the sea means you are also within easy reach of many maritime pursuits such as sailing and fishing, and can participate in a wide variety of water-sports.

St Docwin

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