Bourne View Cottage is one of a terrace of six cottages dating back to the late Victorian era, originally built for local boat builders and their families; it has recently been refurbished throughout to provide a high standard of holiday accommodation for up to 4 guests in two double bedrooms. Tucked away in the heart of Porlock, this is an excellent base for exploring this thriving Exmoor village and the surrounding countryside and coastline.
The cottage is accessed via a footpath, shared between the terraced cottages, which adjoins the Coleridge Way. The entrance door opens into a hallway with the sitting room at the front of the property, the dining room and kitchen to the rear. The back kitchen door opens onto a small courtyard with outside table and chairs. The stairs from the hallway lead upstairs to one large double bedroom (with king-size bed), one smaller double bedroom (4’ double bed) with a hand basin, and a spacious family bathroom, comprising shower over the bath, toilet and hand basin.
There is a small courtyard to the rear of the property with outside table and chairs and there is a bench at the front of the cottage. The property is accessed via a footpath which runs along the front of the cottage and is shared with the other cottages in the row.
There is no allocated parking for Bourne View Cottage, but there is free street parking available in the village, by the church or the recreation ground in Parson’s Street or sometimes in Doverhay. There are also two Pay and Display Car Parks in the village if required. It is not possible to park or pull up outside the cottage as it is only accessible via the footpath. It is about 100 metres on foot from the High Street or from Doverhay to the cottage. Prices from £325.