The Old Cider House is a family run guest house in the historic village of Nether Stowey in West Somerset. We have four ensuite double rooms, two of which can also be let as twin rooms. After a long ride settle down in our comfy lounge beside the log fire with a beer from our microbrewery Stowey Brewery before dinner.
The village of Nether Stowey was once the home of Samuel Taylor Coleridge (National Trust). The village also boasts three friendly pubs and several shops and cafes.
Just a short drive away is the Quantock Hills (England's first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and along the A39 coast road the seaside towns of Watchet and Minehead and Exmoor National Park.