Coleridge Way Advert

Exciting news, the Coleridge Way has its first advert – a three minute whistle stop tour of the Path in all its glory.

The video was produced by local film-maker Ken Blakey and follows a lone walker from Coleridge Cottage in Nether Stowey all the way though the Quantocks and into Exmoor ending up at Lynmouth […]

Day 4 – Porlock to Lynmouth

Now getting into the swing of the walk along the Coleridge Way, awake at dawn, planning, full English breakfast and then onto the trail.

However, before setting off today we popped into Porlock TIC to meet with Ruth Hyatt…

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By |June 5th, 2014|Coleridge Way, Exmoor, Samuel Taylor Coleridge|0 Comments

31.05.14 The Night Before

Welcome to our first blog of our week-long journey along the Coleridge Way.

I was fortunate enough to be given a private tour of Coleridge’s Cottage here in Nether Stowey by Ian Faris, a volunteer at the Cottage and a keen Coleridge devotee. Each week, Ian dons the guise of James Walsh, the Government spy who resided in […]

Coleridge Way – 1 week to go

With less than a week to go, I am looking forward to the ‘Big Walk’ along the Coleridge Way although this will be a series of little walks given that I still have my arm immobilised after the accident.

This week I have been finalising the interviews with the great and the good along the route.

Chris […]

By |May 30th, 2014|Coleridge Way, Samuel Taylor Coleridge|0 Comments

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 […]