Porlock is a charming village in Exmoor National Park. With some buildings dating back to the 12th and 15th century Porlock has a medieval charm. Nestling at the foot of Porlock Hill at the western end of the Vale, Porlock is bounded to the north by its shingle ridge with breathtaking views
- Explore Porlock Weir with its award winning restaurant.
- Explore Culbone church – one of the smallest in the country
- National trust properties to explore with Holnicote Estate.
- Glass blowing at the glass makers.
- Packed events calendar throughout the year including food and craft festivals.
- A wide range of small shops, historic pubs, tea rooms and restaurants.
- Easy access to the paths and parks of Exmoor.
- Stunning views up a spectacular coastline.
- A small spot for surfing (Experienced only.)
Whatever your interests we will be happy to point you in the right direction. Porlock is a great place to base yourself as you can easily access North Devon and the Quantocks Area of Outstanding Natural beauty as well as the delights of Exmoor National Park.
Minehead is the main town of the area and has a variety of attractions.
Watchet is an ancient harbour town nestled between Exmoor National Park and the Quantocks in the South West of England. The Quantocks was the first designated area of outstanding national beauty in England over 50 years ago. Watchet is a lively town with a lovely esplanade overlooking the marina.
Dunster is an idyllic medieval village. The jewel in the crown of Exmoor National Park. Dunster has a wealth of heritage and history from the National Trust’s 11th century Dunster castle to the Old Yarn Market in the middle of the high street.