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Luxury Bed and Breakfast

Our tranquil and serene location is perfect for your staycation intimate weekend, or a walker’s base to explore the Exmoor scenery.  Ten minutes off the South West Coast Path, so we’re around three hours drive from Birmingham, four hours from London and within two to Bristol.

You have a choice of Six separate bedrooms, with private or ensuite bathrooms, all luxuriously decorated, and many with Sea Views across to Porlock Weir. We have an EV charge point in the large car park, because you need to charge your car as well as your soul.

Greenaleigh bedroomBed and Breakfast Room

Bossington Hall Grounds & Activities

You have eight acres of informal gardens and woodland to explore. Boasting expansive lawned areas, tennis and badminton courts, the oldest private Squash court in England. Furthermore, a mill pond, shallow river, waterfall, children’s play area and even a private ten seater cinema room / presentation suite so even an inclement day will be wonderful.

tennis courtsquash court
House from Dronelounge

Bossington Hall in History

The house was built in 1911 by Allan Hughes, one of the last great independently minded nineteenth-century ship owners. Full of interesting, quirky and cosy spaces, this country residence was designed to cater for a large family with their individual requirements.

Our interior design is purposely in keeping with 1920’s understated elegance, so whilst offering comfort, style and practicality throughout. WiFi is available throughout, and the plumbing is fully modernised.

Grounds and Local Area

Bossington Hall is situated within a peaceful, tranquil, rural hamlet, surrounded by the Exmoor countryside and rugged Bristol Channel coastal scenery. Only a mile from Porlock Village and Porlock Weir with its pubs, restaurants, cafes, post office, garage, tea and coffee merchant, galleries in porlock, museums, mini-markets, antiques, ancient church and Shops in Porlock and Porlock Weir, a great base for exploring the moors with the iconic Exmoor Ponies (called Mousies).

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