How to find Temple Cottage

From the M5 South, take J31 South of Exeter – A30 Bodmin.

After Launceston take A395 to Camelford (Kennards House exit) across Davidstow passing windfarm.

At T-Junction left onto A39 Wadebridge, then right B3267/B3314 Delabole/Port Isaac. Go straight over staggered junction, pass another windfarm.

After Delabole and Pendogget, right onto B3267 to Port Isaac.

On reaching the village, turn left down into the harbour to park temporarily to unload, before moving your car to our private parking space at the top of the village. There is no long term parking in the harbour and no parking on the beach.

Temple Cottage can be found down in the harbour at the end of Squeeze Belly Alley which is beside the cafe, or along Dolphin Street from Middle Street by the Lifeboat station, which is pedestrian only. Instructions for access to the cottage keys will be sent to you with your booking confirmation.

Postcode for SatNav – PL29 3RJ

On reaching the village, continue past the new day visitors car park on the right, pass the Co-op, and at the sharp right bend, turn left down into the harbour. Temple Cottage has no direct vehicular access as it is in the pedestrian only Dolphin Street, so follow the road down and around to the right in front of the cafe and although there is no long-term parking in the village, it is usually possible to leave your car on the side of the road, for example in front of The Slipway Hotel, or if your reversing is good, in the narrow Middle Street on the left next to the Lifeboat Station, while you quickly unload (probably best to avoid the busy times of day).

Temple Cottage can be found at the end of “Squeezebelly Alley” which is reached from the left of the Cafe, or by walking along Middle Street and turning left into Dolphin Street, and is 3 houses along on the left. After you have unloaded, take the car up to our private parking space which is with others at the top of the village on the right in an old garage painted blue and white called Central, which is opposite the village garage called Trelawney, and is near the Nathan Outlaw restaurant on the road towards Port Gaverne.

Our space is clearly marked and is to the left of the building.