Open moorlands, ancient woodlands and historic villages all entwine with sloping valleys and gorges to create the Coleridge Way. It’s very easy to see how Samuel Taylor Coleridge was inspired by these West Country landscapes to create his world-renowned poetry.
With 51 miles of footpath to follow, you can walk the route in short sections and stay in one of the many B&B’s along the route, or if you are after a long-distance challenge, why not traverse the Quantocks, Brendon Hills, Exmoor National Park and North Devon coast in a couple of days?
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Nearest Train (or tube) Station(s):
Bridgwater (8.4 miles)