Recognised as an area of outstanding beauty, Exmoor National Park covers 267 square miles and sits across Devon and Somerset. This unique national park is spectacular in its attributes and attractions, with 34 miles of coastline, large stretches of highreaching moorland, magnificent coastal woodlands and the highest cliff faces on mainland Britain, our quiet corner of West Somerset has some of the most dramatic scenery Exmoor has to offer.
Porlock Weir is just 1.5 miles west of the inland village of Porlock, A historic and picturesque hamlet centred around the harbour. It is believed that this port has existed for more than a thousand years! A unique collection of shops, galleries and cafes Porlock Weir is a hidden gem adored by visitors and locals.
The moment you arrive at Porlock Weir you will feel a sense of relief as the stresses of modern life evaporate! Something to do with the rugged nature of the moorland which tumbles directly to the rocky seashore, or perhaps it’s the gentle waves that lap the pebble beach that wash away your worries.
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The picturesque village of Porlock offers a picture of traditional Somerset Village life, shops and cafes are independent and the village seems to stand still in time.
Discover local Somerset treats such as jams, chutneys and honey, the finest cheeses, fresh local meats, as well as fudge, chocolate and biscuits, all made locally.
The galleries and studios also showcase the many talents of local artists or stunning photography encapsulating the beauty of Exmoor.
Located just outside of Minehead, lies Dunster. A unique medieval village that conjures up romantic thoughts of years gone by. The ancient castle that overlooks the village has a fairy tale appearance and the wooded backdrop is nothing short of breath taking. With lovely range of unique shops and cafes and of course our sister hotel The Luttrell Arms - where you can enjoy alfresco eating with a view of the castle from their garden or why not pamper yourself with an Elemis beauty treatment in their new Mews Beauty Rooms .
#loveporlockweir #lovesomerset - Whether you fancy a walk on the South West Coastal Path to visit the smallesst church in England, or want to learn more about Lorna Doone or maybe visit Porlock Bay Oysters to find out why they are the best oysters on earth - there's so much to see and do locally
We are spoilt with an abundance of local suppliers and take great pride in hand selecting the best that the region has to offer. Here are just a few of our local suppliers and the awards we have won...
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