The Person from Porlock was an unwelcome visitor to Samuel Taylor Coleridge
during his composition of the poem Kubla Khan in 1797. Coleridge claimed to ...
Tourist Association portal offering information on the Exmoor National Park,
porlock, accommodation, hotels, bed & breakfast, tours, activities, services and ...
The hills of Exmoor surround Porlock on three sides, with the heather covered
moors cut by deep, often wooded combes with clear sparkling streams at their ...
Porlock is a large village a few miles West of Minehead on the coast, surrounded
by the wild moorland of Exmoor to the South, Selworthy Hill to the East and ...
Porlock is an attractive village with old thatched cottages and a good selection of
shops, cafes, restaurants and places to stay. The ancient parish church is ...
A community website providing information for anyone living in the Vale of
Porlock, Somerset in the Exmoor National Park.
A traditional owner run Edwardian country house hotel overlooking the village of
Porlock, with peronal service and stunning sea views over the Exmoor coast.
Coleridge received the Person from Porlock. And ever after called him a curse,.
Then why did he hurry to let him in? He could have hid in the house. It was not ...
A delightful stroll around the western side of Porlock Bay, through the woodland
cloaking the hills above Porlock Weir, along the clattering pebbles of Porlock ...
Leave the open harbour of Porlock Weir and climb the steep slopes into Yearnor
Wood. From Culbone you can choose to follow the clifftop route with ...