Kota, meaning 'shellfish' in Maori, is set in a 300 year old buiding, perfectly positioned right on the Harbour Head in the idyllic and historic fishing port of Porthleven. Kota has quickly become one of the best-kept secrets in the South West.Porthleven exudes Cornish charm and tradition with arguably the most impressive harbour in Cornwall, being constructed during Napoleonic times. Around Porthleven harbour there are a wide range of historic buildings including many fishermen's cottages and net lofts. The white painted buildings catch the light reflecting off the calm water in the inner harbour, and the temperate climate of the area and the fresh air coming in from the Atlantic all combine to enhance the relaxing atmosphere of Porthleven.
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