Millerīs At The Anchor
Millerīs At The Anchor

Porlock nestles behind its own little bay on the Bristol Channel, a lovely village with a famously precipitous route down to it from its eponymous hill, Exmoor behind the village and at Porlock Weir a pretty harbour... Read More

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Millerīs At The Anchor

Millerīs At The Anchor

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For over 200 years the Anchor has served Porlock Weir's 15th century harbour for sailors, walkers and huntsmen alike. Where Exmoor meets the sea, Porlock Weir is an idyllic working ... More

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Farm & Cottage Holidays

Farm & Cottage Holidays

Farm & Cottage Holidays is a family run and owned business that have been marketing properties throughout the West Country since 1979. We offer the finest selection of hand-picked self catering holiday cottages in ... More | visit website

Other Places to Stay near Porlock

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Amberton (0.48 miles)

Amberton
Over the years we stayed in many B&Bs and developed a preference for those where we could come and go as we pleased and not feel tied to set times for meals and where we ... More | visit website
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Tudor Cottage (0.87 miles)

Tudor Cottage
Tudor Cottage is in the beautiful village of Bossington, given to the National Trust in 1945 as part of the Holnicote Estate. The cottage has been tastefully modernised combining old world charm with today's comfort ... More | visit website
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Exmoor Owl and Hawk Centre (0.95 miles)

Exmoor Owl and Hawk Centre
Situated within Exmoor National Park, on the National Trust Holnicote Estate, we offer character and homely bed and breakfast in our Grade II listed National Trust farmhouse, with delightful gardens, herb garden, and owl garden ... More | visit website
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Holnicote House (1.39 miles)

Holnicote House

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You'll be based in our fine Country House accommodation, Holnicote House, which lies in a 12,500 acre estate in the Horner Valley in Selworthy in Exmoor.Once home to the distinguished ... More

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The Dunkery Beacon (3.76 miles)

The Dunkery Beacon

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The Dunkery Beacon is a family run country house set in lovely grounds and recently refurbished with stunning views over Exmoor. Red deer and other wildlife can often be seen ... More

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The Parks Guest House (4.75 miles)

The Parks Guest House
The Parks is a fine-looking Grade II listed Georgian property located in a quiet area of Minehead on the lower slopes of North Hill. You can walk right onto Exmoor from here and the coast ... More | visit website
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Duke of Wellington (4.95 miles)

Duke of Wellington

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The Duke of Wellington was built in the 17th-century as a traditional coaching inn and posting house. The hotel is conveniently situated in the centre of Minehead. Minehead is a ... More

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Marston Lodge Hotel (4.97 miles)

Marston Lodge Hotel
Welcome to Marston Lodge Hotel. The Hotel is nestled on North Hill, in the oldest and most historic part of Minehead, close to St. Michael's Church, Church Steps and Minehead's harbour. Marston Lodge is, in ... More | visit website
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Cutthorne (5.02 miles)

Cutthorne

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C18th Country House totally secluded in a private valley in the heart of Exmoor.Stunning views of the countryside.Great home cooking and fine wines. Log fires. ... More

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The Quay Inn (5.16 miles)

The Quay Inn
A recently completed refurbishment of The Quay Inn has resulted in a welcoming country pub making the most of its wonderful location and providing you with a choice of spacious interior designed en-suite hotel accommodation ... More | visit website

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