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3 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
Sleeps 6
Pets allowed
Overview
Porlock Weir, Exmoor National Park, England
A mile from Porlock Weir and 2 miles from Porlock, with superb views, a semi-detached cottage converted from stables at the end of a no-through lane within what was once the Ashley Combe estate, built for Lord Byron’s daughter. The coastal footpath hidden behind the cottage leads through woodland, past former garden terraces and under old tunnels once connected to the main house. A private path leads in 150 yards to the pebble shoreline and sea beyond. The perfect location for walkers, nature lovers and silence seekers. Lawned terraces to the side and rear, steep in places. Opposite the cottage, large enclosed garden (table/chairs) with small stream (small children beware).
Inside, gentle colours and fabrics, designed for relaxation. Slate-tiled hall (loo); utility room (washing machine). To one side, large living/dining room (open fire,...
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Gemma U
Horsham, United Kingdom
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21 reviews
4 hotel reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 13 helpful votes
Reviewed 1 July 2014 for a stay in June 2014

We stayed here with a group of friends our annual Somerset break. We knew of Porlock Weir but didn't know of this hidden Gem!

The house was well equipped but not cluttered, perfect for relaxing in or recovering from a days exploring! They even had a dogs bowl, dogs toys, chairs and beach games all for your use.

Waking up each morning to a view across the garden to the sea, just beautiful.

Highly recommend taking the short stroll to the beach (make sure you have sturdy soled shoes ie trainers) to see the sunset, beach is often deserted and makes a lovely walk around to Porlock Weir. There is the long way all along the beach or the short way, along the beach and then the path. Highly recommend the bottom ship great atmosphere in the evenings. A Gin&Tonic at the Millers also worth looking at, and if you have a group of you Cinema night at The Millers also worth a visit.

The caretaker of the property lives next door and couldn't have been more...

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Management response:

Thank you very much indeed for your kind comments. I am so glad that you had such a great holiday and we can't wait to welcome you back next year.

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Dave C
Ebbw Vale, United Kingdom
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37 reviews
10 hotel reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 98 helpful votes
Reviewed 23 April 2014 for a stay in February 2014

Lovely setting near sea and wooded countryside.comfortable beds and well appointed house.A short walk leads to a dog freindly pub with great food in Porlock Weir

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Thank you very much for your kind review. I am so glad that you and your canine friend enjoyed your holiday, and I hope we will see you again in the future.

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Amenities
  • Dishwasher
  • DVD Player
  • Highchair
  • Internet Access
  • Microwave
  • Refrigerator
  • Suitable For Children Under 5
  • Washer
  • Water Views
House rules
Kid-friendly
Smoking not allowed
Pets allowed
Additional amenities & feature info
... a mile from Porlock Weir and 2 miles from Porlock, with superb views, a semi-detached cottage converted from stables at the end of a no-through lane within what was once the Ashley Combe estate, built for Lord Byron’s daughter. The coastal footpath hidden behind the cottage leads through woodland, past former garden terraces and under old tunnels once connected to the main house. A private path leads in 150 yards to the pebble shoreline and sea beyond.;The perfect location for walkers, nature lovers and silence seekers. Lawned terraces to the side and rear, steep in places. Opposite the cottage, large enclosed garden (table/chairs) with small stream (small children beware).
Inside, gentle colours and fabrics, designed for relaxation. Slate-tiled hall (loo); utility room (washing machin...
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Default 7 nights
£439
26 May 2017 -
1 Jun 2017
Wk1721
7 nights
£952
2 Jun 2017 -
8 Jun 2017
Wk1722
7 nights
£707
9 Jun 2017 -
15 Jun 2017
Wk1723
7 nights
£707
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Fees
  • Damages Deposit Waiver: £3 / stay - Fee
  • Pets - extra: £20 / stay - Fee
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Porlock Weir: pretty hamlet (restaurant, pub, shops) around a tiny, ancient harbour and pebble beach, 1½ miles west of Porlock. England’s smallest church at Culbone is 1 mile away, and all around Exmoor’s oak woods and heather hills - wonderful for walkers.
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