Garden View At Porlock Weir

Porlock Weir, Somerset, Seaside village

Check-in Time: 16:00
Check-out Time: 10:00

Outside Description

From both the living room and the conservatory, doors open out onto the patio with a few steps down to the enclosed and private garden.

Downstairs Description

Access to the property is via a small gated courtyard, the entrance door leads into the hall The large living room has a dining table and the patio doors mean you can enjoy the view into the garden and beyond whilst relaxing from the comfort of the sofa. The kitchen has all modern conveniences; two steps lead down to conservatory with comfy chairs, a breakfast table with chairs and again sliding doors onto the patio. There are two bedrooms, one with king-size double bed, and one with twin beds. Both bedrooms have an en-suite shower room.

Windows Views Description

The property enjoys views over the garden, the fields beyond and down towards the coast.

Other Notes

Up to 2 dogs are welcome by prior arrangement and for a supplement of £30 per dog. There is a first floor holiday apartment above Garden View, which also sleeps 4 guests.

Ocean Lookout
Dogs Welcome: 2 dogs welcome for supplement of £30 each
Romantic Hideaway
Tourist Attractions:
  • Exmoor National Park: Information about Exmoor National Park in south west England. A beautiful landscape of moorland, woodland, coast and rivers shaped by people and nature . Visit website
  • Tropiquaria Zoo: Tropiquaria Animal & Adventure Park, a great day out for adults and children of all ages. Hold a snake or creepie-crawly in the Tropical Hall, visit the amazing puppet show and the aquarium. Outside play for hours on the full-size pirate ships or in the Indoor Play Castle. Visit website
  • Dunster Castle: An ancient castle and comfortable country home with dramatic vistas and subtropical gardens.Dramatically sited on a wooded hill, a castle has existed here since at least Norman times, with an impressive medieval gatehouse and ruined tower giving a reminder of its turbulent history. Visit website
  • West Somerset Railway: It is Britain’s longest “Heritage” Railway running from Bishops Lydeard to the coast at Minehead. There are nine restored stations en route serving a variety of destinations. The railway runs special themed trains throughout the year and large-scale events. Visit website
  • Porlock Weir - 13th Century Harbour: Like most ports in West Somerset, the harbour is tidal and is home to a small flotilla of yachts and is visited by many more in spring and summer. The port has existed for more than a thousand years. The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle reports that in 1052 Harold Godwinson came from Ireland with nine ships. Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • The Cafe At Porlock Weir: We offer the perfect destination for a few days away by the sea where you can enjoy the sea air and eat fantastic food. Visit website
  • The Culbone Inn, Porlock Hill: Relax and unwind while you enjoy the stunning views from our peaceful bedrooms, and outside dining area. The seasonal views of the Valley and Moors are breathtaking (the coastal mist adds real magic to the landscape). Lush green in the spring and summer and full of character and action in autumn and winter. Visit website
  • Piggy In The Middle: Piggy in The Middle which has been established for over 18 years and has been responsible for providing outstanding quality food ever since. Speciality is in the area of fresh local game, meats and seafood and our regular customers particularly value the friendly ambience. Visit website
Food Stores:
  • Cost Cutter: Located in Porlock Visit website
  • Tesco: Online ordering and delivery, located 6 miles away in Minehead. Visit website
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Minehead & West Somerset GC: Minehead and West Somerset Golf Club is a great classic links course set against the rugged backdrop of the Brendon Hills with captivating sea views. If you're seeking a great round of golf, in a superb location, this is the place. Visit website
  • Burrowhayes Farm Riding: We organise escorted rides of mixed abilities in the glorious Horner Valley and on the open moorland. Everyone can enjoy to the full the beauty of Exmoor with the added thrill of being on horseback. Small children's ponies are available for parents to walk and lead. Visit website
  • Exmoor Adverntures - Outdoor Activities: Exmoor Adventures provides a range of award winning outdoor activities including Coasteering, Kayaking, Mountain Biking, Rock Climbing, Abseiling, Canoeing, Raft Building, Archery, Stand-up Paddle Boarding, Tree Climbing, Orienteering and Team Building activities . Visit website