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Nether Stowey is a medieval town that grew around textiles and pottery.

Nether Stowey

Also known as St Audries, after the deer park and manor house here 

West Quantoxhead

Bicknoller, meaning Bica’s Alder Tree, sits in the shadow of the Quantocks.


Williton sits on a ridge overlooking the coast.


A village set between the Quantock and Brendon Hills


This village of around 600 people is a favourite on The Coleridge Way Walk.


Roadwater sits in one of the Brendon’s deep wooded valleys


Wheddon Cross has been a traveller’s resting point for centuries.

Wheddon Cross

The original end of the Coleridge Way before the 2015 extension to Lynmouth, 


Porlock Weir is a tiny 15th century harbour just off the Coleridge Way.

Porlock Weir

The first village after crossing the border into Devon on the Coleridge Way


Lynmouth marks the end of the Coleridge Way


For a longer walk let us transfer you up to Simonsbath, around 10 miles away.

Extra Walking Day Option

Church of St Etheldreda, St Audries with the backdrop of golden autumn trees

Overnight Stops On The Coleridge Way

Overnight Stops On The Coleridge Way

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