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Nab Cottage, by Rydal Water

The Nab is a cottage overlooking Rydal Water. It is said to have been originally built in 1565, and then rebuilt in 1702. The poet Hartley Coleridge (1796 - 1849) lived and died here.[1] The white-washed stone rubble cottage is a Grade II* listed building on the National Heritage List for England. The Nab is now run as a B&B.

Rydal Grade II* Listed Historic Buildings and Monuments in Lakes Civil Parish Rydal Water 1702
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Nab Cottage

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Nab Cottage, across Rydal Water

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THE NAB - The Lakes - List Entry
- "Dated 1702. Hartley Coleridge lived here, and died here in 1849; the house also has associations with De Quincey's wife. White-washed stone rubble, 2 storeys. Elliptical chimney. Gabled porch with …

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- "....Nab Cottage was originally built in 1556 though little was recorded of the simple farmstead until over 100 years later when, in 1662, Margaret Parke was left widowed here with …

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List number: 1271876
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Post code: LA22 9SD
Grid ref: NY3549206399


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