- Very Good
- 16 guest reviews
"Excellent breakfast, wonderful home made food. Room very good standard...."
"Excellent value for money. Very friendly welcome and service nothing being too much trouble. Very comfortable bed in quaint room...."
"Loved the idosyncratic bits and pieces in the room, and the breakfast room with its fine paintings, beautiful table and cheering fire was pe..."
"The house was full of character and the host was very friendly. Breakfast was great, homemade bread and jams plus locally sourced produce, h..."
"What a quirky and interesting guest house. An ideal location for exploring. I particularly enjoyed breakfast with the other guests, all sitt..."
About the hotel
Porlock, where wooded cliffs of Exmoor fall steeply down to the open sea. Our house stands between the two. .
Featured in the latest "Lonely Planet Devon and Cornwall (Travel Guide)", this old, character property is a few steps from the High Street, on the road out to Porlock Weir: quiet at night, not situated on the A39 road. ‘Four Star’ unique, bijou B&B, fully central heated, in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. Off-street parking/other parking facilities close by. Light/airy, 4 rooms en suite, equipped with TV, free Wi-Fi, complimentary refreshment tray, hair dryer, mini fridge, etc. Inside we are an art gallery of oil paintings – many featuring local sites, of historical interest, painted by Sea View’s artist/owner, Tony Kenyon. Extensive library of books you are welcome to peruse and maps/guide books to borrow during your stay. Breakfast (7 - 9am): 20+ hot choices, local fresh produce, homemade bread/preserves, selection of fruit, cereals, juices, yoghurts. Fish/vegetarian options, including our unique ‘Fatty Rascals’. Alternatively, continental breakfast is available in your bedroom. Special diets catered for (home made gluten free bread, etc). Walker's paradise, here all are very welcome – whether muddy, wet or tired, always made to feel at home: comfortable, warm and dry (we even provide blister plasters). Porlock has "Walkers are Welcome" accreditation, with good reason - picturesque coastlines, ½ mile from the South West Coast Path. Also, Coleridge Way, Porlock Weir and Culbone Church (smallest operational church in UK). The village has a variety of shops, restaurants and pubs to cater for most tastes. We also have a village App and our very own weather station. Astronomers: Exmoor National Park is designated the first International Dark Sky Reserve in Europe. Within easy reach are all areas of interest and outstanding beauty, including: castles, medieval villages,
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- Hotel services
- Wake Up Call Available
- Car Parking Available Offsite
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
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- From 15:00 hours
- Until 10:30 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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100% would recommend it to a friend
A very pleasant stay
Excellent breakfast, wonderful home made food.
Room very good standard.
Excellent value for money.
Very friendly welcome and service nothing being too much trouble. Very comfortable bed in quaint room.