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Popular holiday rental amenities in Porlock
You will have a large selection of accommodation options to choose from if you are looking for a holiday rental offering a pool in Porlock. Our data show that more hotel rooms provide pools than hotel rooms. Also, they're able to welcome 3 people, on average, while hotel rooms with pools can host an average of 0 people. If, ideally, you would like to be near the water, all of the holiday lettings providing a pool are within 2 kilometres of the waterfront. Holidaymakers who are looking for a pet-friendly accommodation will find Porlock suitable, as many lettings are pet-friendly. If this is a top requirement for you, check the hotel rooms in Porlock. This is the most pet-friendly accommodation type there. A few of the pet-friendly rentals are located less than 2 kilometres away from the city centre.
The Weather in Porlock
- Rainy days
This is the climate diagram for Porlock. During July, maximum temperatures climb above 20°. No heat wave is expected in February, when minimum average temperatures usally hit a 3° low. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is May.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Porlock
In Porlock, nearly half of the property types in Porlock are bed & breakfast rentals, which represent 40.26% of the listed properties. The median size of bed & breakfast rentals in Porlock is 19 m², and they cost, on average, £85 a night. Furthermore, this specific type of residence tends to be great for couples and small groups, as the majority of bed & breakfast rentals can host groups of 2. House rentals are the second most frequently offered type of accommodation in Porlock. Our analysis shows that the median price of house rentals is £120 per night for an area of 119 m².
Discover the charms of Exmoor from a Porlock holiday cottage
The Somerset village of Porlock, situated on the northern edge of Exmoor National Park, is as traditional as it gets. There are cottages with thatched roofs, quaint cafés serving cream tea, and village pubs where you can enjoy locally produced cider. Base yourself here and explore Exmoor inland, or head down the coast towards Devon and enjoy some of the most dramatic scenery in England.
Where to find the best food in Porlock?
Somerset, including Porlock, is famous for its cider production, and the village has several pubs that serve locally produced ciders and beers. The Ship Inn, which has pubs in both Porlock and nearby Porlock Weir, has its own cider and beer festival every year, where you can enjoy the best of Somerset ciders while enjoying live music. If cider isn't your tipple, you should at least try cream tea. This tradition was made famous by cafés in Somerset and neighbouring Devon.
What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of Porlock?
Museums and gardens
Though the Dovery Manor Museum is a small attraction, it tells visitors everything they need to know about the history of Porlock and the surrounding area; the sea has dominated culture in this part of the world for centuries, and many of the museum's exhibits reflect that influence. Head outdoors and visit privately-owned and organic Greencombe Gardens, which are packed with colourful flowers from Somerset and much further afield.
What are the best activities for families in Porlock?
Fun for the whole family
Kids of all ages will enjoy taking a ride on the West Somerset Railway, a 20-mile heritage railway between Porlock and Minehead, which offers rides on restored carriages pulled by steam engines. The Exmoor Owl & Hawk Centre allows visitors to watch demonstrations with birds of prey, hold owls and hawks, and ride Exmoor ponies.
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