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Walk through a literary landscape in Somerset.

feetwalkcountryroad - Walk through a literary landscape in Somerset. [A Thing To Do Today] Price: Free Time: 2-4 hours
The beauty of the Quantock Hills inspired the works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge and William Wordsworth, both of whom visited here in the 1790s. Discover literary connections - and be inspired by nature yourself - with this walking tour from Discovering Britain on a 7 mile walk beginning at Holford Village Green. Take the tour as you go on a smartphone, or download the audio tour files to hear as you go.
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LYME REGIS
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50.72654, -2.93477


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