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  • Porlock, Somerset, TA24 8HJ
  • 01643 862800 
  • info@bossingtonhall.co.uk
  • https://www.bossingtonhall.co.uk
  • Bossington Hall

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Directions

From M5

Turn off where indicated for Minehead (N or S). Follow signs for Minehead along A358/A39. Arriving at Minehead, at the 1st Roundabout (Rugby Club) go straight across. 2nd Mini roundabout, straight across (not right). Continue for approximately 5 miles of unbelievable scenery. At the village of Allerford there is a very sharp left bend, and two large properties to your right. Turn right ON the bend. Follow the narrow road through the front cover of a chocolate box village, past a working forge, a 16thC post office and tea room and out the other side. Bossington Hall is visible through the hedges to your right. Continue on along a narrow country lane, with passing places (the ability to reverse is useful) for a mile. Look to your right, there is a large white sign with Bossington Hall on it beside a small bridge ideal for ‘pooh sticks’. Cross the bridge and bear right between Gate Cottage and the large wooden gate (Not the first entrance, Lynch Mill). Please drive slowly as there may be pheasants and children running about, neither have much road sense.

From North Devon

Arrive at Porlock, A39. Go through village, and start to climb hill towards Minehead - on a sharp right bend, the road also continues straight - take this road beside an old Gatehouse building. Follow the road (1 mile) gently bearing left to the bottom, past a small chapel. At a village green triangle, turn right, signed ‘Allerford’ (N.B. Bossington village is signed the other way) and continue along a narrow lane for 1/4 mile past the Falconry and medieval chapel. The second bridge (ideal for ‘pooh sticks’) on your left is signposted with Bossington Hall, cross the bridge and bear right between Gate Cottage and the large wooden gate (Not the first entrance, Lynch Mill). Please drive slowly as there may be pheasants and children running about, neither have much road sense.