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A quintessential, thatched tearoom.
High St, Porlock · interesting places nearby
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Poet Coleridge and pal Robert Southey both downed pints in this 13th-century thatched Porlock inn – you can even sit in a snug still dubbed 'Southey's Corner'. Substantial pub food – mainly steaks, roasts and stews – is served in the bar.
Ten light bedrooms (doubles £70) are decked out in bright colours.