Below we have a few links to some of the Fisherman's Friends own businesses and friends.
Jon Cleave serves up a rich and fruity feast of contemporary Cornwall, every mouthful deliciously suffused with his wickedly bittersweet Cornish twistedness; it’s sure to make you chortle if it doesn’t choke you first…
Fishermans Friend John Brown's guided tours around Port Isaac and Doc Martin's Port Wenn village.
In the picturesque north Cornish fishing village of Port Isaac you will find the Port Isaac Pottery showroom. Housed in a historic converted Methodist chapel, Michael and Barbara Hawkins, now live and work in this beautiful area making handthrown and individually decorated stoneware pottery.
Jon Cleave's creation is Gully the mischevious seagull childrens story books. New book coming in 2012!
Caroline Cleave Design located in Port Isaac, Cornwall. Textiles, prints, ceramics, gifts and more!
Jill and John McDonnell would like to welcome you to Orion House, a bed and breakfast in Port Isaac, north Cornwall. Orion House is a contemporary, spacious house built in 2004 with two ground floor bedrooms reserved for guests.
Wayside is a large detached self-catering holiday cottage type bungalow, with new oil-fired combi boiler (sited outside) for full central heating via radiators and hot water, used regularly by ourselves and visitors all year round.
Luxury self catering holiday cottage located between Port Isaac and Port Gavern.
A strikingly assured singer-songwriter Jenna is a free spirit with an effortless natural talent. Writing songs from the age of 12, an accomplished keyboards player and acoustic guitarist, she uses her startlingly mature voice, sass, attitude and elegance, to deliver wonderfully melodic songs; inspired by the sea, surf, love and life in West Country and beyond.
Based in Topsham, Devon Steve Knightley and Phil Beer are widely acknowledged as the finest acoustic roots duo in England.