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Exmoor holiday cottages, Cottages in Porlock Weir , Luxurious boutique Cottages on Exmoor, Holiday cottages in Porlock, Porlock Hideaway cottages, Self catering cottages on Exmoor
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Holiday Cottages in Porlock

Why find a holiday cottage in Porlock? Porlock is a picturesque coastal village in Somerset, on the coastal road running west of Minehead. Nested between the Exmoor hills and the fantastic coastline of West Somerset, Porlock makes a perfect base for walkers, mountain bikers, riders, sports enthusiasts, and everyone and anyone who loves touring and experiencing traditional places of Britain. Whether your holiday is for a day or two or a longer period, you can enjoy exploring the wide variety of pubs, restaurants and shops. We offer all sorts of self-catering holiday cottages depending on your needs and preferences. Whether you want a luxury cottage, a cosy spot with a log fire or a dog-friendly cottage, we can help you search for your perfect holiday cottage in Porlock. We have cottages all around Porlock, from the central high street to quiet side streets as well as cottages set just outside the village. 
Whether it is just you and your partner coming for a holiday in Porlock, or your whole family or a group of friends, we have self-catering cottages available for everyone. 

Explore Porlock

For biking enthusiasts, you won't struggle to find some satisfactorily challenging terrain. The infamous Porlock Hill climbs steeply inland from the village, a gradient difficult to beat road biking elsewhere in the UK. From the top, stunning views across the moors to the sea make up for the effort in getting there. 

Walkers have plenty of choice from Porlock. Head to Porlock Bay and on to the South West Coast Path for sea views and salty air. Find the Coleridge way or Two Moors Way for more well-trodden popular routes, or head off in any direction you fancy along the numerous interlinked footpaths. The many riding stables in the area can provide horses or stabling for who wish to ride. 

Things to do in Porlock

There are numerous exciting activities to try at Porlock with family and friends. From kayaking and surfing to mountain climbing, abseiling and archery, there are plenty of ways to get outdoors and enjoy some exercise to remember. 
If you are an art lover, go check out the local art gallery and discover the art of locals and other professionals displayed there. 
Follow the coastal road to Porlock Weir to experience a quaint harbour and village. A solid stonework quay curves around a pebbly beach, which is surrounded by pubs, fisher folk’s storehouses and many seasonal shops. The weir has been around for more than a thousand years. It makes an excellent place for lunch at a pub or a restaurant and a walk, with eye-catching views along the Vale of Porlock. Browse through our self-catering cottages to find one near the weir, so that you can enjoy good food along with some stunning scenery, and make your holiday memorable. 
Exmoor became Europe’s first designated international dark sky reserve in 2011, so why not get stuck into some astrology and admire the magical night skies on your break. Any time of the year a clear night can provide you with a fantastic experience of stargazing - a few extra layers and a thermos of coffee in the winter will go down well though! 

Porlock Museum

Discover a wide variety of artefacts, displays, books, history of the locals at the Porlock museum. The museum is a historic building with a physic garden.  You can find a historical collection of photographs, news cuttings and much more at Porlock museum. You can also visit the Allerford rural life museum, which is only a mile away from Porlock, experience and explore the culture and heritage of the locals that used to live there. 

Exmoor Wildlife

To fully appreciate the abundant wildlife, why not let an expert lead the way? Exmoor Safari, Red Stag Safari and Discovery Safaris all offer unforgettable experiences of Exmoor, finding you various beasts large and small. Experience magical tours across Exmoor National Park, over windswept moorland, steep wooded valleys and striking cliffs and coastline.  Catch a sighting of the rare red deer that roams across the moorland along with wild ponies.  
 

 

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Splatt Barn, Porlock

  Porlock
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Greenways, Porlock

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Elthorne, Porlock

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Magnolia Cottage, Porlock

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Plum Tree Cottage, Porlock

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Groomscott Apartment, Porlock

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Bourne View, Porlock

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Halsecombe Cottage, Porlock

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Little Court Apartment, Porlock

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Grace Cottage, Porlock

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Honeysuckle Cottage, Porlock

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Archways, Porlock

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Yearnor Moor Lodge, Culbone

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Old Tannery Apartment, Porlock

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Dunkery Apartment, Porlock

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Hurlestone Apartment, Porlock

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Stag Cottage, Porlock

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Porlock Hideaway

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No 4 Lowerbourne, Porlock

  Porlock
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Castle Cottage, Porlock

  Porlock
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Holiday Cottages in Porlock

Why find a holiday cottage in Porlock? Porlock is a picturesque coastal village in Somerset, on the coastal road running west of Minehead. Nested between the Exmoor hills and the fantastic coastline of West Somerset, Porlock makes a perfect base for walkers, mountain bikers, riders, sports enthusiasts, and everyone and anyone who loves touring and experiencing traditional places of Britain. Whether your holiday is for a day or two or a longer period, you can enjoy exploring the wide variety of pubs, restaurants and shops. We offer all sorts of self-catering holiday cottages depending on your needs and preferences. Whether you want a luxury cottage, a cosy spot with a log fire or a dog-friendly cottage, we can help you search for your perfect holiday cottage in Porlock. We have cottages all around Porlock, from the central high street to quiet side streets as well as cottages set just outside the village. 
Whether it is just you and your partner coming for a holiday in Porlock, or your whole family or a group of friends, we have self-catering cottages available for everyone. 

Explore Porlock

For biking enthusiasts, you won't struggle to find some satisfactorily challenging terrain. The infamous Porlock Hill climbs steeply inland from the village, a gradient difficult to beat road biking elsewhere in the UK. From the top, stunning views across the moors to the sea make up for the effort in getting there. 

Walkers have plenty of choice from Porlock. Head to Porlock Bay and on to the South West Coast Path for sea views and salty air. Find the Coleridge way or Two Moors Way for more well-trodden popular routes, or head off in any direction you fancy along the numerous interlinked footpaths. The many riding stables in the area can provide horses or stabling for who wish to ride. 

Things to do in Porlock

There are numerous exciting activities to try at Porlock with family and friends. From kayaking and surfing to mountain climbing, abseiling and archery, there are plenty of ways to get outdoors and enjoy some exercise to remember. 
If you are an art lover, go check out the local art gallery and discover the art of locals and other professionals displayed there. 
Follow the coastal road to Porlock Weir to experience a quaint harbour and village. A solid stonework quay curves around a pebbly beach, which is surrounded by pubs, fisher folk’s storehouses and many seasonal shops. The weir has been around for more than a thousand years. It makes an excellent place for lunch at a pub or a restaurant and a walk, with eye-catching views along the Vale of Porlock. Browse through our self-catering cottages to find one near the weir, so that you can enjoy good food along with some stunning scenery, and make your holiday memorable. 
Exmoor became Europe’s first designated international dark sky reserve in 2011, so why not get stuck into some astrology and admire the magical night skies on your break. Any time of the year a clear night can provide you with a fantastic experience of stargazing - a few extra layers and a thermos of coffee in the winter will go down well though! 

Porlock Museum

Discover a wide variety of artefacts, displays, books, history of the locals at the Porlock museum. The museum is a historic building with a physic garden.  You can find a historical collection of photographs, news cuttings and much more at Porlock museum. You can also visit the Allerford rural life museum, which is only a mile away from Porlock, experience and explore the culture and heritage of the locals that used to live there. 

Exmoor Wildlife

To fully appreciate the abundant wildlife, why not let an expert lead the way? Exmoor Safari, Red Stag Safari and Discovery Safaris all offer unforgettable experiences of Exmoor, finding you various beasts large and small. Experience magical tours across Exmoor National Park, over windswept moorland, steep wooded valleys and striking cliffs and coastline.  Catch a sighting of the rare red deer that roams across the moorland along with wild ponies.  
 

 

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