- 20 guest reviews
"Emma and Mark made us feel most welcome. The accommodation was superb and the location was stunning. We wish we could have stayed longer!..."
"The host Emma gave us a very warm welcome. We booked the standard room which was of a very good standard and had a lovely view. Good breakfa..."
"We arrived to a very warm welcome from Emma, our hostess, in a very pleasant and peaceful location. Excellent room on first floor with very..."
"Emma and Mark are very welcoming, we've been 3 times now. Hurlestone is always spotlessly clean and tidy and the bed is comfortable. Very cl..."
"Just did a great job with an attention to detail, willingness to help, investing in quality ingredients, and understanding what goes into pr..."
About the hotel
Hurlestone Bed and Breakfast is within easy walking distance of Porlock village centre and its amenities; shops and restaurants and is ideally situated for the South West Coast Path and the Coleridge Way. Hurlestone is set in the beautiful Vale of Porlock within Exmoor National Park. Between the moors and the sea it is perfectly situated for all that Exmoor has to offer.
For walkers, in addition to over 1000 km of footpaths, the long distance trails, the South West Coast Path and the Coleridge Way are nearby. Other activities available in the area include: horse riding, sea, coarse and game fishing, clay shooting and game shooting (in season). Porlock is a traditional Exmoor Village with a long history of settlements existing on or near the site of the existing village, with stone-age remains only a short distance away. It is also a working village with shops supplying all that you need, to be found in the High Street. You will certainly be sure of a friendly Exmoor welcome in them all. This will be echoed in the pubs, hotels and restaurants to be found here. Porlock Weir, only 2 miles away, is a quaint little harbour with a unique charm that has to be experienced. It also boasts the remains of a prehistoric forest, small parts of which are occasionally visible still at a very low tide, and it was here that some remains of an Aurochs were found. These are now on display in the Visitor Centre in Porlock. The spectacular beauty of Exmoor is protected by the Exmoor National Park Authority and the National Trust, with the flora and fauna on the moor helped by the award-winning purity of the air. In addition, Porlock Bay has received EU awards for the cleanliness of the sea-water. Its unique situation allows Porlock to enjoy a wonderful, warm and soft climate.
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100% would recommend it to a friend
Would love to return!
Emma and Mark made us feel most welcome.
The accommodation was superb and the location was stunning. We wish we could have stayed longer!
The host Emma gave us a very warm welcome.
We booked the standard room which was of a very good standard and had a lovely view. Good breakfast too. As expected, payment could not be made by card which could be a disadvantage for some.