Coleridge Way Companion Guide Second Edition

When I wrote the original guide, it was always my intention to write the Coleridge Way Companion Guide Second Edition extending the path back to Nether Stowey via the new England Coast Path. This was only made possible when the Somerset section of the coast path opened last year meaning that the route could be […]

Domesday Book

The Domesday Book has cropped up twice in the last couple of weeks. Firstly, one kind reader of the Coleridge Way Companion Guide noticed that I had misspelt the name, calling it the Doomsday Book. This has now been corrected, but my mistake prompted me to research the spelling and it appears that whilst there […]

Day 6 – Porlock Weir to Watchet

After a restful night in the quaint harbour village of Porlock Weir, we were lucky enough to catch up with Michael Hankin of the Exmoor Natural History Society who give a few minutes of his time to talk about the flora and fauna of the area… LINK

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Day 2 – Monksilver – Wheddon Cross

We posted yesterday’s blog from the Notley Arms just before the Stogumber Church Choir descended upon us. They seemed polite enough, until the red wine started to flow and then all hell broke loose

– probably the fault of Val, the vicar!

If you’re looking for a quiet night out, then avoid choir annual nights’ out…

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Coleridge Way – 4 weeks to go

The Coleridge Way guide is coming on a pace with and this week I met up with David Worthy who is the expert on the history of the Quantocks – What he doesn’t know about the Quantock Hills is not worth knowing or in his three books on the area.

However, this week’s meeting was to […]

Coleridge Way – 5 weeks to go

As with any long distance path the planning stage is very important and we’ve been phoning around this week to book all six nights of our planned walk on 1st June 2014 along the extended Coleridge Way to Lynton.

We found all the accommodation providers along the Coleridge Way to be very friendly – especially as […]