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Conifer House

  Changeover day Friday & Monday

 Sleeps        9 people +cot (+2 dogs)
 Bedrooms 5 (3 double, 2 twin, 1 single)
 Bathrooms 2 (shower and bath)

Conifer House is an impressive country residence which forms part of West Porlock House, it was built in 1922 as the main manor house for the Porlock Estate and now is divided into three properties.  The house occupies a superb location; quietly nestled at beneath ... more

Poocks Cottage

The Coach House

  Changeover day  Friday and Monday

 Sleeps         2 people + cot (+2 dogs)
 Bedrooms  1 (King-size bed)
 Bathrooms  1 (shower over bath)

The Coach House was our first cottage and remains one of our most popular, largely due to the great location and sea views overlooking Porlock Bay. Porlock Weir is easy walking distance with other fabulous walks... more

Short breaks from only £185!

The Stable Block

The Stable Block, Porlock Weir 

  Changeover day  Friday and Monday

 Sleeps         2 people + cot (+1 dog)
 Bedrooms  1 (King-size bed)
 Bathrooms  1 (shower over bath)

The Stable Block is just a few minutes walk from the harbour Porlock Weir. The Juliette balcony allows you to lay in bed and look out across the bay, but if you don't want to stretch your neck just listen to the waves... more

Short breaks from only £165!

Worthy Cottage

Worthy Cottage, Porlock Weir

  Changeover day  Friday and Monday

 Sleeps         2 people + cot  (+2 dogs)
 Bedrooms  1 (King-size bed)
 Bathrooms  1 (shower over bath)

Worthy Cottage is situated on the grounds of the main manor house at Porlock Weir and offers a fantastic romantic retreat away from the business of day-to-day life.  It is a great retreat and there are many walks... more

Short breaks from only £185!

Coachman's Cottage

Coachman's Cottage, West Porlock

  Changeover day  Friday and Monday

 Sleeps         2 people + cot (+2 dogs)
 Bedrooms  1 (double bed)
 Bathrooms  1 (shower over bath)

Coachman's Cottage is a popular cottage and we can see why; it's private and spacious for two, offering couples a bolthole in which to relax. It has a modern feel yet retains many original and charming features... more

Short breaks from only £185!

Quay Cottage

Quay Cottage, Porlock Weir 

  Changeover day  Friday and Monday

 Sleeps         5 people + cot (+2 dogs)
 Bedrooms  3 (King, twin & single)
 Bathrooms  2 (shower over bath and sep' bath)

Quay cottage is situated right by the harbour in Porlock Weir, the location is second to none - if you have been to Porlock Weir you will recognise Quay Cottage. Deceptively spacious inside with lovely garden... more

Short breaks from only £295!

St. Anthony's Cottage, Porlock Weir 

  Changeover day  Friday and Monday

 Sleeps         4 people + cot  (+2 dogs)
 Bedrooms  2 (King, twin)
 Bathrooms  2 (Shower over bath plus sep' 
  shower room)

St Anthony's Cottage is one of our most popular and was ranked by The Observer as one of the top 50 cottages in the UK. The views have to be seen to be believed and what better way to enjoy than opening the glass doors... more

Short breaks from only £288!
Dunns Cottage, Porlock Weir

  Changeover day  Friday and Monday

 Sleeps         6 people + cot  (+2 dogs)
 Bedrooms  3 (2 x king-size doubles and one  small double)
 Bathrooms  2 (bath & shower upstairs; plus  sep' shower downstairs)

Dunns Cottage is full of character and the perfect destination for families or couples requiring more spacious accommodation.   Situated in the hamlet of West Porlock, halfway between Porlock and the Weir... more

Short breaks from only £264!

Harbour House, Porlock Weir

  Changeover day  Friday and Monday

 Sleeps         4 people + cot ( no dogs)
 Bedrooms  2 (1 double & 1 twin)
 Bathrooms  2 (bath only, sep' loo)

As the name suggests, Harbour House is situated right next to the harbour at Porlock Weir and used to be the old harbour master's accommodation. The property is divided across two levels with a balcony... more

Short breaks from only £325!

The Crows Nest, Porlock Weir

  Changeover day  Friday and Monday

 Sleeps         6 people + cot  (+2 dogs)
 Bedrooms  3 (King, 2 x twin)
 Bathrooms  2 (bath, en-suite shower, sep' loo)

Perched above scenic Porlock Bay, The Crows Nest benefits from fantastic coastal views.  This charming thatched end-terrace offers superb family accommodation sleeping up to 6 people... more

Short breaks from only £285!


  Changeover day Friday and Monday

 Sleeps        10 people + cot (+2 dogs)
 Bedrooms 5 (4 doubles and 1 twin)
 Bathrooms 4 (2 bathrooms, 1 en-suite and
        1 downstairs cloakroom)

Owlscombe is a spacious, detached property sleeping up to 10 guests in five bedrooms. It is situated in an enviable position overlooking the harbour of Porlock Weir and the Exmoor coastline beyond. The views from the gardens and the front of the house are a delight... more


   Chapel Knap

  Changeover day Friday or Saturday

 Sleeps        7 people + cot (+2 dogs)
 Bedrooms 3 (1 King-size double; 1 twin; 1         triple room with double & single)
 Bathrooms 2 (shower and bath)

Chapel Knap is a spacious detached house in a tranquil setting with breathtaking views.  The property is well suited to family holidays or gatherings of friends, anyone looking to get away from the stresses of daily life and wanting to enjoy the charm and beauty of Exmoor... more

Chapel Knap

Porlock Weir wave break

Porlock Weir is one of the most beautiful places in Somerset. It is located 1.5 miles from the coastal village of Porlock and is in the heart of Exmoor National Park. It is a popular place to stay if you are looking for a seaside holiday combined with relaxing rural retreat as Porlock Weir is blessed with plenty of peace and tranquillity. However, the nearby resorts of Minehead and Barnstable are only a short drive away, which makes the location perfect for a family holiday.

The port of Porlock Weir has a long and colourful history, the majority of the cottages in the area are owned by the blathwayt Estate including the Gibraltar Cottages which have great historical significance. Today's Porlock Weir is a quiet harbour and a thriving community that welcomes many tourists every year, many of whom come to enjoy the pretty scenery, shops, tea rooms, great ale and award winning local cuisine.

During the summer months, the picturesque harbour is full of colourful boats, but over the years, the port has seen many a dramatic tale of daring and bravery unfold in treacherous storms and the remains of many vessels still lie submerged just off the Porlock Weir point.

On a fine day, the South West Coast Path offers a wonderful opportunity to enjoy the fabulous views across Porlock Weir and the bay. The coastal footpath links up with many other walking trails surrounding Porlock Weir, including Saltmarsh and Culbone, home to the smallest parish church in England.

One of the more unusual attractions at Porlock Weir is the submerged forest. At low tide, the spooky remains of ancient tree trunks arise from the grey clay soil beneath the waves. These desiccated stumps are the last remaining evidence of a forest that, once upon a time, lay five miles inland. The area was once a fertile hunting ground for the Mesolithic people who lived there more than 7,000 years ago and many fossilised bones of wild cattle have been discovered in the area over the years.

Nearby Porlock Ridge and Saltmarsh is a very important and ecologically significant area of marshland. The site is home to many species of birds and is a perfect spot for bird watchers and nature lovers.