Tag Archives: Somerset

Best farmers’ and local food markets in area

We’re big on supporting the area’s producers, farmers and growers. We use as many ingredients from Exmoor and Somerset as possible in our kitchen. By shopping nearby we’re saving on the food miles and supporting our community by putting money back into the area and those that farm it and look after it. If you’re […]

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Like a nice beach? There are plenty in Somerset…

Exmoor has the highest coastal cliffs, designated a Heritage Coast, in England, and it also has the longest stretch of naturally wooded coastline in the whole of the British Isles. But if that wasn’t enough, it has some rather lovely beaches to enjoy too and some allow dogs all year round as well. Here’s a […]

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Enjoy adventures and make memories in Somerset

If you’re looking for a luxury base to try some country pursuits, then head our way this summer (2018). We’re a boutique hotel in the heart of Exmoor where there are so many wonderful outdoor activities to enjoy and a few gentler, indoor pursuits to sample too. Our country hotel is the ideal location for […]

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Discover Romantic Movement’s birthplace

This part of Somerset is very closely linked to the Romantic Movement, particularly the poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge, who we named our award-winning restaurant after. Coleridge lived in a pretty, pink cottage in the village of Nether Stowey with his wife Sarah between 1797 and 1800. It was here that he penned his best-known works […]

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Time to explore Coleridge country

The Coleridge Way near us in Somerset is named after the romantic poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge and we in turn have named our restaurant after the talented wordsmith. The route is a must for any keen walkers and we’re perfectly placed to act as your base while you explore the breathtaking views that abound in […]

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Fossils, brandy and intrigue on the Somerset coastline

The coastline of the Exmoor part of Somerset has an interesting history making it the perfect place for an intriguing weekend break this spring (2018). Here you can find fossils, hear about smugglers, poets and spies and visit the places where they frequented while making your own magical memories to take home. On Kilve beach […]

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