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David & Jocelyn hosts, well more than that,I cannot speak highly enough about them and Westaway, unfortuanatly its was our last stay as they are retiring from this business.
My wife and I have had most memorable stays there over the last four years and...More
Date of stay: July 2016
Thank Alan M
Response from Westaway, Owner at Westaway GuesthouseResponded July 29, 2016
Thank you so much for your kind words Alan & Judy. We are looking forward to retiring from this business and close on September 9th after 13 happy years. David and I hope you will come and visit us if you are down this way...More
We booked two nights in the Lavender room, which has superb views across to the sea where the gorgeous sunsets can be enjoyed whilst relaxing with a glass or two on the balcony. The house is immaculately kept and the standard of service in all...More
We at present staying 2 nights in this lovely b&b,the place is spotless we have a large room with large ensuite,lovely white towels and bathrobes,tea and coffee makings,the breakfast is fantastic,with a good choice, and plentiful, it's has lovely views across fields to the sea,and...More
My husband and I stayed for 4 nights over the August Bank Holiday and the stay was perfect. Jocelyn and David run a 1st class B&B. We stayed in 'Rosemary' Room which is well worth paying the small extra for, a huge comfortable bed, large...More
I have to say, this is the best B.B. we have ever tried in the UK.
The place is like a little piece of paradise. The rooms, the house the area is really nice and clean and the view is magnificent .
The breakfast was...More
Response from Westaway | Property representative |
Hello. Thank you for your enquiry. Port Isaac is approx. 1 mile as the crow flies from Port Isaac. To walk down to the village can take between 25 minutes to 45 minutes depending on which route you take. One can walk along... More
Hello. Thank you for your enquiry. Port Isaac is approx. 1 mile as the crow flies from Port Isaac. To walk down to the village can take between 25 minutes to 45 minutes depending on which route you take. One can walk along a minor road or join a footpath at some point and also pick up the coast path. We can always arrange a taxi for you. The taxi driver obviously makes a charge. To drive to Port Isaac we recommend you take a different road which is approx. 3 miles from Westaway. Lavender and Rosemary have super king beds (6 ft) and Thyme a double (4'6") I hope you have found this information helpful.
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"They are no longer taking bookings due to retirement"