Gorgeous cottage, fully appointed. Exactly as described but better than expected. If it was any closer to water it would be a boat. If you can fault this rental you're a professional whinger.
Port Quin is a very small hamlet a few miles from it's much larger neighbour Port Isaac. There are a few holiday cottages, a National Trust car park, a rocky beach and during the daytime a small mobile cafe in the NT car park. It is very peaceful and when the weather is right offers some stunning sunsets.
1 Fish Cellars is located literally a few paces from the beach. It is a second floor apartment, one of the lounge windows looks directly out over the bay. The decor and furniture throughout are a credit to the owners. The property is spotlessly clean. The master bedroom is huge and the twin room a nice size. Plenty of storage is available in both rooms.
The lounge/dining area is large, adequate for the 4 people which the property would easily accommodate. The kitchen is quite small but functional, with a washing machine, electric hob, electric oven, fridge, toaster, kettle, microwave etc. it is well equipped, I cooked a meal every evening with no problem at all. A chest freezer is also available in a small room off the entrance porch.
The property is nicely carpeted throughout, the rooms apart from the bathroom which has a heated towel rail, have a radiator. All worked just fine. In the lounge there is also a log burning stove, which we did need on one evening.
Parking is in a secure boat house a short walk from the entrance door, however, we chose to use the NT car park which is just a short walk away.
Mobile phone signals in Port Quin don't exist, the property does have wi-fi which works very well, anyone with a wi-fi calling mobile phone will be able to use it in the property without a problem. Failing that, a short walk out of the village, up the hill to Trevose House there is a stile, crossing this leads to Doyden via the coast path. Anywhere near the stile users of the EE network will get a reasonably good signal.
Can't fault anything, we had a lovely stay and would certainly return.