In the nineteenth century, Port Gaverne was a bustling trading port, and the Port Gaverne Hotel was a large inn, popular with villagers and ship workers. Today, our cosy inn remains, and it’s still the hub of the village. Our rooms have been transformed into quality en-suites without losing their traditional quirky character. No effort is spared on keeping you comfortable and making you feel at home. Access is via a narrow, fairly steep but very beautiful staircase. It’s how they built them backalong…
And the film set location? The hit series Doc Martin is regularly shot in Port Isaac and Port Gaverne.
We have 15 en-suite bedrooms comfortably furnished, well-maintained, and spotlessly clean. No two are the same – you’ll find antique furniture, nooks and crannies, a wonderfully comfortable bed, and a welcome of delicious Cornish biscuits on your arrival.
All rooms offer full Sky TV, radio, direct-dial telephone, Nespresso Coffee machines, tea-making facilities and Molton Brown toiletries, bath robes and slippers. You can relax in popular bar, or sit outside on our large terrace or in our sunny beer garden.
Please note: Port Gaverne is very old and access to most rooms is up quite a narrow, steep staircase. This is fine for most of our guests, but if you’re concerned it may be a problem, please call us on 01208 880 244 to discuss your requirements.
Dogs: £20 per night. All our rooms are en-suite. Rates are per room, per night and include Full Cornish Breakfast. We provide full Sky TV, radio, direct dial telephone, tea-making facilities and a hair dryer.