fantastic holiday the dog house was excellant a good time had by all
From the moment I booked, Gill treated me like family and she gave a lovely warm welcome when I arrived. The single suite is beautiful, it is very spacious and has a stunning view of the sea (and sunset sky). It’s got everything you need. Breakfast is made to order and delivered with a smile (and ...
Rose Bank is a magical place; Sue and Chris are simply the most incredible hosts. They are attentive to your every need, even if you didn’t know you needed it. They are the friendliest of people, and even remembered we were there celebrating our anniversary; surprising us with a card and gift. The ...
Loads of books of all types in the bar and restaurant
Beautiful country cottage with home comforts, Porlock is a lovely little village with the friendliest people, very dog friendly which is great.
The B&B is in a fabulous location in the heart of Porlock. The house is impressive, the rooms clean and tiny and the breakfast was excellent. The walking guides and leaflets available were very helpful and indicative of a thoughtful and considered approach by the owners, Nick and Maggie who were ...
Lovely breakfast and delicious dinner, good choice on the menu.
Beautiful character property. Very quaint and quirky.
Thinking about paying a visit to Greencombe Gardens?
To experience it firsthand, head to Minehead.
If you're thinking about staying somewhere nearby, you will find upwards of 8 lodging options within 2 miles of Greencombe Gardens. Just 1 mile away is the Millers At The Anchor - Hotel. The Sea View B&B and The Lorna Doone Hotel, 0.4 miles and 0.5 miles away, are also worth considering.
You're bound to appreciate the superior comfort at the Gables. What's more, you will only need to travel an easy 0.6 miles to get to this upmarket establishment.
Just the aroma of the freshly roasted beans will give you an energy shock. Just 0.4 miles away from Greencombe Gardens, travelers can visit Whortleberry Tearoom (High Street, Porlock, Minehead) for a caffeine surge prior to a morning of tours. To kick back after a long and memorable day, stop for wines at The Royal Oak (High Street, Porlock, Minehead).