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Real Ale Walks

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Eight years ago we started Real Ale Walks as the sort of break that we would want to go on and coined the phrase, “The walking holiday for people who wouldn’t been seen dead on a walking holiday”. These walks do exactly what they say on the tin, they take small groups of like minded people on country walks to village pubs in the beautiful and largely unknown Quantock Hills in north-west Somerset.


We don’t do anoraks, weak lemon drink and certainly DO NOT walk past a pub looking for a bus shelter to eat a soggy cheese sandwich in. WE DO wear Gortex if it rains, taste whatever the pubs have to offer (often sneaking out for a nightcap when no one’s looking) and spend quite a bit of time in village inns.



Stay on Saturday night and join us on Sunday morning for a short walk around Nether Stowey and the foothills of the Quantocks.

2014 Breaks (see below for full details):

  • Quantock CSI 4-5 April (Easy/Moderate) TASTER SESSION £20
  • Poets and Scientists 'From Kubla Khan to Frankenstein' 10-11 May (Easy) TASTER SESSION £20 
  • In the Footsteps of Coleridge - 31 May- 2 June (Moderate/Energetic) WEEKEND £185
  • Wine, Walking & Sun - 4-6 July (Easy) WEEKEND £185
  • Beer & Barrow Bagging - 5-7 September (Moderate/Energetic) WEEKEND £185
  • Castles, Coleridge and Crosses - 4-5 October (Easy) TASTER SESSION £20

Weekend Breaks  include:

  • 2 nights' B&B in 4* guest accommodation
  • 2 evening meals
  • 1 sandwich lunch
  • Fully guided walking
  • Quizzes and entertainment

Taster Sessions:

  • Available only to those staying at The Old Cider House, either on the Saturday or Sunday night
  • Fully guided
  • One pub drink included in the price

PRICES (Weekends):

  • £185 per person (based on 2 sharing a twin or double room)
  • £225 single room occupancy
  • Got a SmartBOX, BuyaGift or Fresh weekends voucher? We credit £60 from each voucher.
  • Credit card payments attract 2% premium


  • Call us on 01278 732228 or e-mail  to make sure we have space
  • We'll send you a booking form
  • Pay 50% (non-refundable) deposit (or full amount if less than 6 weeks' before break)
  • Arrive and enjoy yourself

All our walks can be tailored to suit groups staying with us at The Old Cider House. Call Ian on 01278 732228 to discuss.



Highlights: Day-long walk over the Quantocks visiting ancient monuments, castles and barrows. 

Length: max 5.5 miles/walk, max 11 miles/day (Energetic)
Terrain: paths, fields and moorland, steep inclines - boots required

On Friday we meet up in the Brewery for beer and supper (and then we usually pop out for a pint!!!). After breakfast on Saturday we walk into the Quantock Hills and explore some of the 90 odd archaeological features in the Quantocks. We then head down into Crowcombe for a pint and sandwich in one of CAMRA's heritage pubs. We stake a leisurely stroll back in time for a quick snooze before dinner in the Rose and Crown.

We take a village tour on Sunday and visit the remnants of Stowey Castle before ending our weekend a noon.


WINE, WALKING & SUN 4-6 July 2014 (SORRY FULL!),

WEEKEND £185pp

Highlights: Stroll to 11th Century castle, wine tasting under the vines, gentle Quantock strolls

Length: max 3.5 miles/walk, max 5.0 miles/day (Easy)
Terrain: paths & fields, some gentle inclines - boots required

THE OATLEY VINEYARD is a gentle morning’s stroll away and this weekend allows our real ale drinkers to try a glass of something more subtle and refined. On Friday evening we start with a pint of one of our summery brews and a spot of supper. The following morning we head off east to Cannington and a visit to Oatley Vineyard where our award winning wine producer, Iain, will show us around the vines and let us taste a drop of his latest vintage. Hopefully we will be able to picnic amongst the vines. Guests will be able to buy wine and this will be delivered to the guesthouse. Sunday is nice and gentle as we take a stroll around the village before returning back to the house at noon.




Highlights: First 9 miles of the Coleridge Way, walk to Alfoxton – home of Wordsworth, opportunity to visit Coleridge’s Cottage

Length: max 4.5 miles/walk, max 9.0 miles/day (Moderate/Energetic)
Terrain: paths, fields and moorland, some steep inclines - boots required

TWO OF THE UK’s BEST KNOW POEMS were written in the village (the Rime of the Ancient Mariner and Kubla Khan) and this weekend’s routes take us to the haunts that Coleridge would have known 200 years ago. We start the weekend with a beer tasting in the Brewery followed by a hearty bowl of beef & ale casserole, before a stroll to one of the local pubs. After breakfast on Saturday we catch a bus towards the coast to pick up the Coleridge Way, visiting Holford, the village in which Coleridge and the Wordsworths met up to collaborate on their first combined work. For those that wish to visit Coleridge’s Cottage there should be time in the afternoon to do so (entrance not included in price). Dinner is taken at a 17th century coaching inn. Sunday sees a 4.5 mile stroll into ancient woodland to the south of the Village before returning to base.



Highlights: Two hour murder mystery walk into the Quantocks, Visit to the site of a hanging and gibbeting! A pint in the local

Length: 3.5 miles (Moderate - some inclines - 2 stiles)
Terrain: paths & fields - Boots required

GET YOUR MAGNIFYING GLASSES OUT for this walk of murder, mystery and suspense.  On Sunday, after a hearty breakfast, we set off on a murder trail, visiting the key sites in the terrible story of Jane Shorney – murdered by her husband of three weeks – or was she? After all that gruesome history, relax with a pint in the Rose and Crown - opposite where the murderer had his last pint. 

POETS & SCIENTISTS 'From Kubla Khan to Frankenstein' 10-11 May 2014 (SPACES AVAILABLE)


Highlights: A village stroll walking in in the footsteps of Coleridge and Sir Humphry Davy.

Length: 1.5 miles (Easy)
Terrain: paths, fields

Nether Stowey saw many famous visitors in the 18th Century and those intellectuals shaped both art and science. Humphry Davy tried his hand at poetry and scientific concepts appear in some of Coleridge's poems - and then Mary Shelley met Andrew Crosse who was experimenting with electricity down the road at Fyne Court - the rest is horror history!



Highlights: Visit to a 11th Century castle, drink in a 17th Century pub.

Length: 1.5 miles (Easy)
Terrain: paths, fields

Meet Earl Harold who was killed with King Harold at the Battle of Hastings. Learn why the owner of Stowey Castle lost his head. Was Andrew Crosse the inspiration for Frankenstein? Be inspired to write poetry like Samuel Taylor Coleridge. So much history so little time!