“Very easy to book. Good ...”Very easy to book. Good instructions to find cottage. The cottage sleeps five but only parking for one car - maybe a tip for where to park a second car would be useful for others. Everything we needed was provided - including torches!
- Off road parking
- Ground floor accommodation
- Ground floor bedroom
- Open fire
- Garden / Patio
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Washing machine
Porlock 0.5 miles.
A welcoming, detached, 1930s period property in a unique setting on a hillside overlooking the village of Porlock in Somerset.
Boasting distant sea and valley views, this lovely cottage is situated in a third of an acre of gorgeous secluded wooded gardens that provide complete privacy.
Reached along a country lane half a mile from Porlock, this bungalow will appeal to those looking for a quiet escape in a more rural location.
This delightful cottage has some interesting furniture and pictures and feels very cosy and homely, especially after the woodburning stove and open fire are roaring in the two reception rooms.
The sitting room opens to a decked area, raised above the stunning landscaped garden with views out to sea; guests will want to lounge here all day long.
The kitchen has a dining area, plus two comfy chairs, making it a very sociable area in which to cook and chat.
There is no need for a car once you arrive as there is a bus service that stops at all local villages, so you can hop on to the bus and then enjoy a leisurely walk back to the cottage.
Alternatively, why not stroll into the village with its independent shops, cafes and narrow streets, or take a walk along the South West Coast Path to Porlock Weir, where you can admire the gorgeous views across the channel?
The dramatic scenery of Exmoor National Park with its abundance of deer, birds and gentle rivers provide ample opportunity for outdoor activities and is directly accessible by the numerous foot and bridle paths that radiate from the village and from the doorstep of the cottage.
This charming woodland property provides a quiet getaway for a couple or family.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 2 x double, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, hand-held shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area, comfy seating and woodburning stove. Utility/bike store. Sitting room with open fire. Summerhouse.
- Electric night storage heaters with woodburning stove and open fire
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, selection of books and games
- Fuel, power and starter pack for fires inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Off road parking for 1 car approx
- 50 yards away at end of garden
- Bike storage
- Front enclosed lawned garden and decked area with furniture
- Summerhouse with decked area, furniture and views
- Two well-behaved dogs welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop and pub 10 mins walk
- Coast 1 mile
- Note: Due to 6 wooden steps from the decking to the lawn and stone steps to the summerhouse, care should be taken
- Note: Check-in 4pm, check-out 11am
- Note: The property is built on a hillside and care must be taken with children, people with limited mobility and pets
- Within the borders of the garden there are uneven surfaces due to the garden being on a hillside, with the foliage hiding this therefore care must be taken if for any reason there is a requirement to venture into these areas
About the location
Minehead 5.5 miles; Lynton 11 miles.
Porlock is a quaint village, popular with tourists due its character, proximity to the lovely North Somerset coastline and situation within the Exmoor National Park. There are plenty of little gift shops along with pubs, cafes and restaurants to be found and only two miles away, the picturesque harbour of Porlock Weir offers wonderful views across the Bristol Channel. The Porlock Hill takes travelers up a steep, winding road out of the village to the Exmoor Hills, where walkers, horse riders and cyclists will love the open space, where ponies and red deer roam the moors. In 2011, Exmoor was designated as Europe’s first International Dark Skies Reserve, and so this is an excellent base for a romantic evening spent gazing at the stars, where a clear night unveils an abundance of interesting constellations to the naked eye. Porlock offers the choice of sea fishing from the weir, and the reservoirs and rivers of Exmoor are only a short, scenic drive away. Golfers can stay in Porlock and enjoy one of the several courses on the edges of Exmoor, with the nearest only seven miles away. The medieval village of Dunster, where the castle dominates the skyline, makes a great day out, or take a ride on the West Somerset steam train along the coast to the little harbour village of Watchet. A fabulous village location with lots of outdoor pursuits to interest every visitor.
This property offers the following short breaks:
- Last minute