Ian and Lynne welcome you to their charming B&B in the heart of the historic village of Nether Stowey, Somerset.
The Old Cider House was awarded the 'UK's most dog friendly B&B' in 2015, as voted by the Kennel Club. Their resident dog Ozy welcomes new furry friends with a sniff and a wag of the tail!
Castle Room - Premium room with a four poster bed and views over the village stream.
Quantock Room - King- size room with leather armchairs and views of the village.
Poets Room - Standard double (dog- friendly) room with a wall where guests can feel free to write their own poems on, to celebrate the Coleridge connection!
Stowey Room - This room can either be a super- king size or twin bedroom, and overlooks the garden.
Orchard Room - Twin bedroom with a mobility accessible bathroom and overlooking the courtyard.
All of our bedrooms have a flatscreen Freeview television, DAB radio, minibar, tea and coffee making facilities, complimentary toiletries, hairdryer and an en- suite shower room.
An award- winning breakfast is included in the price of the room, and guests have the choice of a full English, continental or vegetarian options.
Homemade bread, jam and marmalade are available, as well as sausages and bacon from our local butcher free range eggs from the Old Cider House hens.
Free WiFi available throughout the house. Well behaved pets are welcome in certain rooms (see above) for a small charge of £3 per night, and this includes a doggy welcome pack, with home made dog biscuits, a clean bowl and mat and information on nearby dog friendly walks.
Free parking. Guests have use of a lounge area. Evening meals are also available, please book a table in advance, we are fully licensed and have our micro-brewery Stowey Brewery on site.
Short breaks available - please click 'book now' and enter your dates for full availability.
The nearby Quantock Hills were the first area in England to be designated and Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and are especially popular with walkers and cyclists.
Nether Stowey was home to the poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge. His simple cottage is owned by the National Trust and is open to the public from March to October. Just a short drive from Nether Stowey are a number of other attractions including Cannington Golf Centre, The Walled Gardens of Cannington and The Blake Museum at Bridgwater. The county town of Taunton is also just 10 miles away.