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The village of Nether Stowey, Somerset, and its population of 1400, lie at the foot of the Quantock Hills
For two years Coleridge lived here in a cottage now owned by the National Trust; the poems he wrote in it include ‘The Ancient Mariner’ and ‘Kubla Khan’.
Adjoining the local church is Stowey Court, a manor house dating in part from the 15th century, with a fine 18th-century gazebo (garden house).
A stream flows down beside the road from the circular mound of a ruined castle, and the houses stand behind little bridges over the stream.
Dodington Manor House, 2 miles to the north-west, dates from 1581. Above the village is Danesborough Camp, an oval high-banked prehistoric earthwork.
Get out in the open air and enjoy Great Wood.
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