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PORLOCK HOLIDAYS

Stargazing, ancient forests and classic pub grub

Visit Porlock

If you want to get the best of both coast and country, the village of Porlock is perfect for you. Nuzzled between the Somerset coast and the sweeping hills of Exmoor National Park, the village is traditional and pretty, with a lovely selection of independent shops, cafés and pubs. Porlock Weir offers excellent coastal views and, at low tide, it’s possible to see the unusual remains of an ancient forest on the beach.

Porlock Cottages

If you are looking for a coastal cottage for a family holiday or want to spend a quiet weekend away with friends, we will have the perfect property for you in our collection of cottages in Porlock.

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Somerset Cottages

Scattered with incredible cities, stunning coastal towns and splendid hideaways in the hills, our Somerset holiday cottages are sure to have you head over heels in love with the county.

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Top Christmas markets in Somerset

As the festive season approaches, Christmas markets make a comeback to several towns around the county. In addition to normal seasonal treats offered at these popular markets, there are lots of special trinkets, local produce and gifts available to give you some inspiration for a range of Christmas presents and your all-important festive dinner.

The Somerset beach guide

Somerset boasts a diverse coastline which encompasses dramatic cliffs on the moors, traditional seaside resorts, picturesque harbours and quieter bays. From Clevedon in the North to Porlock Weir in the West, there’s a whole wealth of fantastic beaches to discover. If you’re looking for a holiday beside the Somerset coast, then read our handy guide to help you decide where will suit your needs best.

A traditional village

During a stay in Porlock, make sure you visit the village’s fantastic eateries. The Ship Inn, one of the oldest inns on Exmoor, offers traditional pub grub and classic restaurant dishes, while there are tantalising menus on offer at Locanda on the Weir (previously The Cafe), sat in front of the 13th Century bay.

The unparalleled scenery around Porlock and Exmoor is stunning during the day, but the National Park was designated as Europe’s first International Dark Sky Reserve for the quality of night sky viewing - meaning it’s perfect for stargazing.

Outdoor pursuits are extremely popular in the area thanks to the town’s proximity to the Exmoor National Park moorlands and hills so, walking, biking, horse riding and orienteering are wonderful ways to discover the area.

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