Coleridge Way Accommodation

Coleridge Way accommodation appears on the Visit Exmoor site.

15.07.22 House CompressedFor Coleridge Way accommodation (B&B and guesthouse) in Nether Stowey why not stay at The Old Cider House.

Two minutes from the start of the Coleridge Way at Coleridge Cottage (National Trust), Ian and Lynne welcome those who are starting and finishing the 51 mile walk from Nether Stowey to Lynmouth.

Delicious  breakfasts, en-suite rooms (including the Poets’ Room), dog friendly, own microbrewery – This is the ideal overnight stay to walk all, or part of, the Coleridge Way trail.

Ian is also author of the Coleridge Way Companion Guide, the indispensable guidebook to all 51 miles of the path, full of interesting and quirky facts about Samuel Taylor Coleridge, his poetry and the villages along the hiking trail.

The Old Cider House
25 Castle Street
Nether Stowey
Somerset TA5 1LN

01278 732228


  • Premium double £80 (+£10 Fri/Sat)
  • Standard double £70 (+£10 Fri/Sat)
  • Twin £65 (+£10 Fri/Sat)
  • Singles £50 (Sun-Thurs) (+£10 Fri/Sat)
  • Dogs £3 per dog per night (please enquire)

Above room price including breakfast (full English or continental).

Why not have Coleridge Breakfast? (please request on booking):

  • Steaming bowl of ‘furmity’ – oats, sultanas, cream, sugar & rum
  • Egg, bacon, home-made sausage, cheese & parsley cakes, mushrooms
  • Home baked bread and preserves
  • Tea or coffee

Dog breakfast included (for dogs)!


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May 17th, 2017|0 Comments

I have just posted off a copy of the Coleridge Way Companion Guide to the British Library.

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