The Lorna Doone Hotel

A Hotel in Porlock, Somerset

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

High Street
Porlock
Somerset
England
TA24 8PS

The Lorna Doone Hotel, Porlock

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The Lorna Doone Hotel is a family run licensed Hotel centrally situated in Porlock Somerset yet within walking distance of both Exmoor and the Exmoor Coastline.

Take a tour of the picturesque village of Porlock travel through the narrow streets with its interesting shops and boutiques. Porlock's origins can be traced back to the 12th century and has some lovely old thatched buildings an ancient parish church. Have a ride up the famous Porlock hill into the surrounding countryside and see the breath-taking views of Exmoor, Porlock, and Porlock Weir.

All our bedrooms are en-suite individually furnished and each named after a character from the Lorna Doone story. Enjoy superb local fare in our restaurant. Relax with coffee in our cosy residents lounge or perhaps a drink at the bar.

All our facilities will go towards assuring you of a warm welcome and a pleasant stay. Paul & Mel and the team look forward to welcoming you to the Hotel. We can assure you of a warm welcome and a pleasant stay.

So if your looking for the perfect romantic getaway a family retreat or you are interested in retracing the steps of Lorna Doone - a story based on real people and real places then the proprietors of the Hotel Paul & Mel look forward to welcoming you to the Hotel.

3 star rating

From: £65.00

Room Facilities
Adjoining rooms
Tea and coffee making facilities
Non-smoking
Family/oversized room
Dining guide
Hairdryer
Fire alarm with light
Free Wireless internet connection
Wireless internet connection
Colour television
Pets allowed
Refrigerator
Freeview

Amenities
Lock-up facility for bicycles
Restaurant
Bar
Non-smoking (throughout)
Lounge

Parking
Off-site parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)

Dining Facilities
Our restaurant which is also open to non residents has a selective menu from light meals to gourmet specialities where possible local West country produce is used in the kitchen. Along side our extensive menu we offer our Winter Warmers Menu one pot meals at a very resonable price. Evening meals start from 6.00pm

Meals
Free Breakfast
Dinner
Breakfast (Full cooked)
Breakfast (Continental)

Child Facilities
Highchairs

Pet Policy
Dogs

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