Bossington for Families.

Whatever your own reason for booking Bossington Hall, we'll do all we can to make your stay memorable here in Exmoor. We have a choice of Nine Luxury Bed and Breakfast rooms or a self catering, accessible, apartment for six.

Treasured memories are made at Bossington Hall. Located in one of England's most beautiful locations and surrounded by rural beauty and rugged coastline, just a stones throw from Porlock, Bossington Hall has something for everyone. For families, Allerford View apartment can sleep six in comfort. Bossington Hall, with its awe-inspiring views is a truly breathtaking country residence with plenty of usable space for every member of the family. With its Arts and Crafts interiors, Bossington Hall is comfortably and practically furnished with sumptuous beds and period furniture. The current owners have taken time to integrate impressive and intuitive design features throughout the property, ensuring their guests have everything they need to truly relax and enjoy the Bossington Hall experience.

Within Bossington Hall there are nine spacious and well appointed B&B bedrooms, with private and en-suite bathrooms. On the ground floor there's Allerford View apartment, which is wheelchair and disabled accessible.  It has a substantial kitchen, large living room &, three bathrooms (two en-suite). All linen, towels, Glassware, crockery, cookware and cutlery are all provided. The views from the patio overlook the Porlock Bay where oysters are farmed, and Samphire grows wild in the salt mashes. At the bottom of the drive is Gate Cottage, which can sleep an additional 6 if required. In the grounds are a Squash Court, Tennis Court, Badminton and a small football pitch, all free for guests (booking required).

Once settled in, you will want to explore the local area, and Exmoor has a lot to offer. The nearby village of Porlock has a range of shops and and upcoming YouTube Star called Ziangs, an Asian food chef with a takeaway facility. Slightly further afield is the Exmoor Zoo with the Beast of Exmoor! Why not take a stroll down to the bay, where you can see across to Porlock Weir, with the ancient Bottom Ship pub, a good 40 minute walk from here. The more adventurous might take a hire bike up Dunkery Beacon and spot an Exmoor Pony in the heather. Drive across the moorland to Tarr Steps, where there is an ancient clapper bridge, or along the coast to nearby Lynmouth and Lynton with an unusual Cliff Railway.

Things To Do In The Area

Burrowhayes Farm Riding Stables

Burrowhayes Farm Riding Stables

Situated in the glorious Horner Valley with a view of Dunkery Beacon, Burrowhayes Farm is in the...

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Burrowhayes Farm Riding Stables

Dovery Manor Museum

Dovery Manor Museum is a not-for-profit charitable organisation whose aim is to provide an insight into...

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Exmoor Adventures

Exmoor Adventures

Exmoor Adventures are based in Porlock, West Somerset, and have been operating since 2009, and are...

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Exmoor Horse Riding

Exmoor Horse Riding

Barefoot and bitless horse riding over Exmoor National Park. Fantastic horses, spectacular rides,...

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Exmoor Owl and Hawk Centre

Exmoor Owl and Hawk Centre

Visit for the Day... Fly Owls and Hawks to your Gloved Hand or Ride our Wonderful Horses!

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South West Coast Path - Bossington Landscape

South West Coast Path - Bossington Landscape

An easy stroll along the halfway path around Bossington Hill, giving extensive views over the...

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The Ship Inn Porlock

The Ship Inn Porlock

The Ship Inn is one of the oldest inns on Exmoor, with roaring log fires in the winter and a large...

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West Somerset Railway

West Somerset Railway

Our Railway, a true country branch line of the old Great Western Railway is full of fascination...

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Lazer Clay Pigeon Shooting

Laser Clay Pigeon Shooting

Archery

Archery

Mountain Biking

Mountain Biking

Sea Kayaking

Sea Kayaking

Rock Climbing

Rock Climbing

Raft Building

Raft Building

Coasteering

Coasteering

Orienteering

Orienteering