Auction of Alfoxton House

Alfoxton House (or Alfoxton Park) lies four miles from The Old Cider House in Holford and was where William and Dorothy Wordsworth lived when they stayed in Somerset to be near to Samuel Taylor Coleridge.

For the past decade or so the property has been neglected, having been a hotel from 1959 up until the early […]

By |October 18th, 2017|Quantock Hills, Samuel Taylor Coleridge|0 Comments

Ian and the Stowey Brewery on the Longest Day (21.06.14)

This weekend saw us here at TheĀ Old Cider House working hard at any number events in and around Nether Stowey and the Quantocks promoting both the area and local beer.

On Friday Ian spent his day on the back of a very noisy and uncomfortable tractor trailer giving a running commentary to groups of cider and […]

Film and Food in the Quantocks

We have just had the most marvelous weekend of events here in the Quantock Hills; an outdoor screening of the Samuel Taylor Coleridge film Pandaemonium and a pop-up pizza at Clavelshay Barn.

Listen to our audioblog…

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