This cosy Victorian terraced cottage sits on a quiet lane in the village of Porlock in Somerset, within easy reach of the coast.
Originally home to local shipbuilding craftsmen, this traditional Porlock cottage has been beautifully decorated, combining period features with a high standard of contemporary furnishings.
An ideal base for groups wishing for the best of both worlds, this stylish Porlock cottage sits close to the spectacular coastline of North Somerset and amongst the beautiful Exmoor National Park, with its wide, open moorlands.
There is a sumptuous sitting room complete with a woodburner and dining area, plus a separate bright kitchen with comfortable seating.
With three bedrooms set over the first and second floors, including two boasting en-suite facilities, guests are sure to enjoy a comfortable holiday at this Somerset cottage.
Outside, is an enclosed garden with decking and lawn, and the village recreation ground with tennis courts and children's playground is just moments away, as are Porlock's friendly pubs, shops and restaurants.
The coast can be found within a ten minute walk of this Somerset cottage and Porlock Weir provides sweeping views that stretch across the Bristol Channel.
Walking and cycling enthusiasts will be delighted to discover the long distance trail of Coleridge Way, and for fishermen, there are numerous lakes, rivers and sea trips to delight in.
A wonderful Porlock cottage, the perfect base for your Somerset holiday.
Over three floors. Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x double, 1 x second floor double with en-suite shower, basin and WC. Bathroom with bath, hand-held shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with sitting area. Sitting room with woodburner and dining area.
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.