Discover Porlock -
Get a great Night's rest in porlock and porlock weir

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B&B, Tea Rooms & Cafes
B&B

Whortleberry Studio Bed & Breakfast

Porlock Village
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Campsites and Caravans, Self Catering Accommodation
Campsites and Caravans

Sparkhayes Farm Campsite

Porlock Village
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Campsites and Caravans, Self Catering Accommodation
Campsites and Caravans

Porlock Holiday Park

Porlock Village
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Hotels, Food and Drink, Restaurants
Hotels

The Porlock Weir Hotel

Porlock Weir
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Food and Drink, Hotels, Restaurants
Hotels

Locanda on the Weir

Porlock Weir
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Hotels, Restaurants, Food and Drink
Hotels

Lorna Doone Hotel

Porlock Village
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Campsites and Caravans
Campsites and Caravans

Burrowhayes Farm

Porlock Village

Events to Discover in Porlock

Places to Stay in Porlock | FAQ's

With so much to offer it's no wonder we get asked so many questions about this wonderful area. Below are the answers to our top questions

Is Porlock a town?

Porlock is a coastal village in Somerset, England, 5 miles (8 km) west of Minehead. It has a population of 1,440.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Porlock

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Where Can I Park in Porlock?

We have 2 main car parks in Porlock Village. The largest of these is Central Car Park which offers both short and long stay options. There is also a short stay option at the Doverhay Car Park. This does have fewer spaces and usually the drop off and collection point for the coach trips and buses meaning it can get quite busy. We are excited to announce that there will be the introduction of electric charging points in the coming months which will be situated at the Central Car Park. For more information on parking in Porlock please visit our dedicated page here

Is there anywhere to eat in Porlock?

The journey through Porlock and Weir is a tasty one. There are tearooms, cafes or even restaurants for all types of budgets with beautiful views over the sea to Wales in some cases! If you want something even more relaxing then why not enjoy sitting at the Quay at Porlock Weir with a packed lunch made from local produce found in the village. It does get more Somerset than that!! Click Here to find places to eat in Porlock

Is Porlock beach dog friendly?

Porlock Beach and Weir are both dog friendly. In fact Porlock itself is one of the most dog orientated villages around with many water bowls outside the shops and most Pubs and restaurants offering a dog friendly service . We have some of the top dog walks in the South West including the famous Coast Path and dog friendly beaches and pubs.