Monthly Archives: October 2016

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We won golds at tourism awards

We have been celebrating after scooping golds and being declared the Winner of Winners at the Bristol Bath and Somerset Tourism Awards recently. We won gold in the Small Hotel, Boutique Accommodation category and gold in the Restaurant/Bistro of the Year for our Coleridge Restaurant at the ceremony at Double Tree by Hilton, Cadbury House. […]

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Explore Exmoor’s paths in the footsteps of poetry giants

Exmoor is a walkers’ and poets’ paradise with The Coleridge Way from Nether Stowey in Somerset to Lynmouth in Devon a path fit to inspire whatever the season (2016). Our area is perfect for both seasoned and leisure walkers to explore. This part of the world is where the Romantic Movement poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge […]

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Weddings with us

Built originally around 1900 as a hunting lodge, our little bit of Exmoor heaven is now a 21st century award-winning hotel that caters for highly fashionable bijou weddings, which involve the party taking over the whole establishment. We have eight twin and double bedrooms with bathrooms, all with modern décor and furnishings, which still retain […]

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Saffron Quinoa with Toasted Halloumi, Roast Vegetables and Honey Baked Figs

This is a beautiful combination of seasonal produce and a Mediterranean diet and very popular in the restaurant as a vegetarian option, writes our chef and the hotel’s co-owner, John. The quinoa is very nutrient rich, the fresh vegetables provide a good percentage of your daily requirements and the natural sugars in the honey and […]

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Somerset’s orchards and apples

It is the 26th national Common Ground Apple Day on October 21 and it’s a celebration of all things apple-y and also an event designed to raise awareness of British varieties and traditional orchards. Ninety per cent of Somerset’s orchards have disappeared since 1945, so we’re keen to support events like this that give publicity […]

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