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Coleridge Cottage


(Associated Place)


Samuel Taylor Coleridge lived at the cottage for a few years from 1797 during which he wrote some of his most famous poetry with William and Dorothy Wordsworth staying nearby. It is a National Trust property open to the public in the summer. Here the contemporary poetry Small Press Odyssey poets and PQR (Poetry Quarterly Review) are based.

Contact Information

name: Tilla Brading
phone: 01278 732662
email: stc1798@aol.com
website: www.friendsofcoleridge.com

Coleridge Cottage
Lime Street
Nether Stowey
South side of A39, Bridgwater-Minehead road, 8 miles west of Bridgwater.



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