One of six Victorian terraced cottages originally constructed for local boat builders and their families, Bourne View in the heart of Porlock sleeps 4 in 2 double bedrooms. Recently refurbished to a high standard, this charming cottage is a great base for walking holidays and exploring the Exmoor National Park and Heritage Coast. Village restaurants, shops, tearooms and pubs are within easy walking distance. The cottage is accessed via a footpath shared with the other terraced cottages, and this footpath adjoins the Coleridge Way.
A small courtyard area is to the rear of the cottage equipped with an outdoor table and chairs. A bench is to the front of the property.
Free on-street parking is available nearby in the village, beside the church or adjacent to the recreation ground in Parson's Street (occasionally parking is also around Doverhay). Two pay and display car parks are also in the village if needed.
Please note it is not possible to park outside the cottage which is only accessible via the footpath. The High Street and Doverhay are around 100 metres on foot from the cottage.
Arrival from 4pm and departure by 10am. Weekly bookings and short breaks are both available.
The pretty Exmoor village of Porlock has 3 great pubs, 2 grocery shops and a traditional local butcher. A cash machine, petrol station, visitor centre, art galleries, independent shops, Exmoor Glass and tea rooms are also in the village.
The seaside town of Minehead with a wide range of amenities is around 6 miles away.
Porlock is a fantastic base for walking holidays, with the Coleridge Way almost adjacent to the cottage and numerous coast path, open moorland and woodland trail walks direct from your door.