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Self-Catering Holiday Cottages in Hawkcombe, Porlock

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The Cleeve, Somerset, EnglandViewed 12 times in last week.
Sleeps 28
8 Bedroom
Weekly price
£1895 - £4295
The Cleeve
Porlock, Somerset
Large Country House
Facilities: Free internet access
01273276596
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Redway Lodge with Sea Views, Somerset, EnglandViewed 4 times in last week.
Sleeps 12
4 Bedroom
Weekly price
£700 - £1875
Redway Lodge with Sea Views
Porlock, Somerset
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Facilities: Free internet access
0117 3180763
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More about this property: Stylish sleeps 12 cottage with sea views over Porlock Bay.

Thursday 12 Dec 2019  |  7 nights  |  £725
Stag Pet-Friendly Cottage, Somerset, EnglandViewed 7 times in last week.
Sleeps 4
2 Bedroom
Weekly price
£402 - £750
Stag Pet-Friendly Cottage
Porlock, Somerset
Dog friendly Stone-built Cottage (2 dogs welcome)
Facilities: Free internet access
0117 3180763
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More about this property: 2 bedroom dog-friendly cottage in Porlock, within Exmoor National Park.

Thursday 12 Dec 2019  |  7 nights  |  £504
Luccombe Cottage, Somerset, EnglandViewed 5 times in last week.
Sleeps 4
2 Bedroom
Weekly price
£425 - £625
Around 2 miles from Hawkcombe, Porlock
Luccombe Cottage
Luccombe, Somerset
Dog friendly Stone-built Cottage (2 dogs welcome)
Facilities: Free internet access
0117 3180763
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More about this property: Sleeps 4 stylish dog-friendly country cottage in Exmoor National Park, just 2 miles from the seaside.

Thursday 12 Dec 2019  |  7 nights  |  £450
Littlemead Riverside Cottage, Devon, EnglandViewed 10 times in last week.
Sleeps 6
3 Bedroom
Weekly price
£450 - £690
Around 3 miles from Hawkcombe, Porlock
Littlemead Riverside Cottage
Brendon, Devon
Dog friendly Property (2 dogs welcome)
Facilities: Free internet access
01305848460
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More about this property: Pet-friendly rural cottage close to the river on edge of Exmoor

Dog-Friendly Wooden Lodges by Exmoor, Somerset, EnglandViewed 11 times in last week.
Sleeps 12
4 Bedroom
Weekly price
£295 - £1650
Around 4 miles from Hawkcombe, Porlock
Dog-Friendly Wooden Lodges by Exmoor
Minehead, Somerset
4-star Dog friendly Log Cabin (1 dogs welcome)
Facilities: Free internet access
01643 702789
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East Harwood Farm Cottage, Somerset, EnglandViewed 4 times in last week.
Sleeps 4
2 Bedroom
Weekly price
£390 - £790
Around 4 miles from Hawkcombe, Porlock
East Harwood Farm Cottage
Timberscombe, Somerset
Dog friendly Farmstay (2 dogs welcome)
Facilities: Free internet access
0117 3180763
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More about this property: Sleeps 4 pet-friendly rural retreat with countryside views, near Dunster and Minehead

Thursday 12 Dec 2019  |  7 nights  |  £591
Duddings Country Cottages, Somerset, EnglandViewed 18 times in last week.
Sleeps 18
8 Bedroom
Weekly price
£245 - £3905
Around 5 miles from Hawkcombe, Porlock
Duddings Country Cottages
Exmoor National Park, Near Minehead, Somerset
4-star Dog friendly Barn Conversion (4 dogs welcome)
Facilities: Hot tub, Swimming pool, Tennis court, Free internet access
01643 841123
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More about this property: Self- Catering

Allercott Dog-Friendly Cottages, Somerset, EnglandViewed 12 times in last week.
Sleeps 4
2 Bedroom
Weekly price
£300 - £420
Around 5 miles from Hawkcombe, Porlock
Allercott Dog-Friendly Cottages
Dunster, Somerset
3-star Dog friendly Farmstay (2 dogs welcome)
Facilities: Free internet access
01984656262
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More about this property: West Country self catering

Thursday 12 Dec 2019  |  7 nights  |  £300
The Great House, Somerset, EnglandViewed 14 times in last week.
Sleeps 22
10 Bedroom
Weekly price
£2340 - £3900
Around 5 miles from Hawkcombe, Porlock
The Great House
Timberscombe, Somerset
Dog friendly Mansion
Facilities: Free internet access
01643 841388
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Cottages, Apartments & Lodges in Hawkcombe, Porlock, Somerset, England

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♦ Porlock, once a thriving port until the sea receded hundreds of years ago, is now one of the few remaining working villages on Exmoor and has an attractive mix of thatched cottages, shops, tea rooms, pubs and restaurants to cover all tastes. Sitting in the natural bowl known as Porlock Vale it is surrounded on three sides by hills, with the notoriously steep Porlock Hill to the west and the sea to the north. Porlock Visitor Centre is unmatched for local knowledge, the ancient parish church of St. Dubricius with its distinctive truncated spire, sits in the centre of the village with the Dovery museum and the Ship Inn, visited by the poet Robert Southey at opposite ends of Porlock village. Porlock is highly recommended for a fascinating day out.


♦ Porlock Weir is a former small working harbour enclosed by lock gates. The picturesque scenes created by the shingle ridge, groynes and views across Porlock Bay to Hurlstone Point are much loved by artists, photographers and visitors alike.


♦ Horner is a National Trust village with many thatched cottages, water mill, tea rooms, ancient woods and the trickling Horner Water which form part of a National Nature Reserve which is renowned for red deer, rare lichens and ancient oaks. A walk beside Horner Water on a sunny day is simply magical. And National Trust properties are much visited by people on holiday with time to spare.


♦ Allerford is another National Trust village within the Holnicote Estate and has a fifteenth century packhorse bridge over Aller Brook. The West Somerset Rural Life Museum is located in the old thatched school house within the village.


♦ The village of Culbone sits deep in a shaded valley, famous for having the smallest parish church in England and for inspiring Coleridge's 'Kubla Khan'. One for poetry buffs.


♦ Another on th eliterary trail is Doone Country, the area around Badgworthy Water where R.G. Blackmore's novel 'Lorna Doone' was set. Attractions include Oare church which is mentioned in the novel.


♦ Dunkery Beacon is the highest point on Exmoor at 1705 feet (519m) from where on a clear day up to 13 counties can be seen together with the Bristol Channel and Welsh mountains many miles away. Worth the walk.


♦ Dunster is a medieval village with its Yarn Market, Castle, Priory Church, Tithe Barn, various shops and places to eat.


♦ Lynton and Lynmouth was once referred to as 'Little Switzerland' and is famous for its spectacular coastal scenery. Lynmouth is linked to Lynton by a water powered cliff railway.


♦ Watersmeet is where the Hoar Water meets the East Lyn. It is a lovely beauty spot and Site of Special Scientific Interest and has a welcoming tea garden and visitor centre.


♦ Valley of the Rocks offers spectacular sea cliffs rising to nearly 1000 feet (300m) and is also home to some very agile goats.


♦ Selworthy is unsurpassed as a chocolate-box village, with its picture postcard green surrounded by thatched cottages, National Trust shop and splendid tearoom. Prominent for all to see is the newly refurbished Selworthy church which stands out as a land mark from miles away.


♦ Wimbleball Lake was formed by damming the Haddeo and now acts as a reservoir. It is also the home of the South West Lakes Trust Water Sports Centre and offers various water sports activities.