Parking in Port Isaac

Port Isaac has 2 official car parks.

Main car park – Trewetha Lane (B3267)

Entering Port Isaac on the B3267 the Parish Council car park is on the right. A staggered, open plan car park with 139 spaces in the main site (including 5 disabled bays), with an additional 40 bays in an overflow site accessed at the back. There’s no weight restriction and vehicles over 5 metres can park at the lower side of the car park.

The site is open 24/7 and patrolled. The phone provider has now changed.  The new company is called Just Park. The car park info is available online and via an app. For details, see the Just Park website: https://www.justpark.com

Tickets purchased in advance for The Main car park do not guarantee a parking place.

Up to 3 hours £3.00
3-12 hours £5.00
24 hour ticket £10.00

The tariff for longer vehicles  is:
Vehicles over 5 metres 24 hours £12.00

No concessions and no free parking. Cornwall Council tickets, Season, Weekly, Rover or otherwise, are NOT accepted in this car park.

There is a Kiosk situated at the toilet block providing takeaway refreshments. Opening times are seasonal.

Further parking can be found at New Road, Cornwall Council car park. There is an additional shop providing takeaway refreshments and other goods plus unisex and accessible toilets.

New Road car park

New Road car park is located further along the B3267, after a tight right hand bend. With the first entrance/exit on the left. If this tier is full, another entrance/exit 20 metres further provides access to two more tiers of parking, approximately 100 spaces in total. The car park is Cornwall Council run. The link below has information on Cornwall Council parking charges and payment methods.

http://www.cornwall.gov.uk/transport-and-streets/parking/cornwall-council-car-parks/car-park-locations-charges-and-facilities/wadebridge-including-port-isaac/new-road-port-isaac-pl29-3sb/

At New Road car park there is a shop providing takeaway refreshments and other goods. Plus unisex and accessible toilets (20p entrance fee).

There’s no provision for parking in the lower part of the village, including the beach, unless an annual permit has been purchased. Traffic is two-way in some of the very narrow streets, therefore, driving through is not advised, unless absolutely necessary.

There are no spaces for coaches to park in the village.