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The weather in Porlock Weir
Above are the weather conditions for Porlock Weir. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 20° February is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 3°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is May.
Discover Porlock Weir from your very own holiday letting
Though the coastal hamlet of Porlock Weir may only be home to a few hundred people, thousands of holidaymakers visit the area every year. Not only can you enjoy the quaint charms of Porlock Weir, but the stunning scenery of the Exmoor National Park is right at your doorstep as well.
Cider and seafood
Somerset is well known for its cider production, and there are a few pubs in Porlock Weir where you can sample some local brew. The area is also well known for its fresh seafood, including oysters farmed at Porlock Bay. You can order them at most local restaurants, or enjoy them at the Exmoor Oyster Festival.
A day on the beach
Kids will love spending the day on Porlock Weir's pretty beach – if the weather is suitable, they may even be able to swim in the shallow and sheltered waters of the harbour. The nearby Exmoor Owl and Hawk Centre allows youngsters to handle the birds of prey, while older children may prefer to head to the larger town of Minehead, which has its own skate park, climbing wall, and internet café at the Minehead Eye youth centre.
Porlock Weir's marine heritage
The sea has played an important role in Porlock Weir’s history and the lives of its residents. A highlight for visitors is the Porlock Weir Boat Shed Museum, home to fishing memorabilia from throughout the centuries and exhibits focusing on the coastguard. The village is also home to a row of 17th-century fishermen's cottages and Culbone Church, the smallest parish church in the country. You can only reach the church by foot along the South West Coastal Path, which offers great views out to sea along its length.
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