is a promontary of land between Porlock Weir
in the Exmoor
National Park on the coast of Somerset
Hurlestone point marks the boundary between Porlock Bay and Blue Anchor Bay in the Bristol Channel and is on the South West Coast Path.
There is a coastguard lookout shelter on the point.
The rocks, including a large slab known as "coastguard wall" are popular with climbers.
In 2007 a cyclist was rescued after falling down the cliff.