This was our second stay at this hotel ( actually it's more like a pub with rooms) - we stayed here a few years ago, not long after it was refurbished, and I don't think any money has been spent on the place since then - it's beginning to fray at the edges - e.g peeling paint inside and out, bathroom door that is warped - it doesn't take a lot to fix such problems.Bathroom very small but clean with good towels. Bed rather hard and needs replacing. This is a shame, because the place has character, and is uniquely positioned in the harbour. The rooms are small and the en suite is not suitable for large people. Positive points are - location (apart from the parking), friendly and helpful staff, good beer (although not a massive choice), and excellent food. If you want lobster, order it in the morning for an evening meal as it is landed locally the day before - they don't send a boat out just for you!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Slipway is a 7 bedroom Bed & Breakfast. Directly across from the historic fishermans market, stands the slipway. originally built in 1527, the slipway has enjoyed a varied life and was converted to a guest house post WW2. The B&B covers the top 3 floors of the slipway building. Beneath is the Harbourside cafe & Terrace which provides breakfasts and other facilities to the slipway guests. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Slipway Hotel Port Isaac
- The Slipway B & B Port Isaac, Cornwall