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25-33 High Street, Dunster, TA24 6SF, United Kingdom – Show map
Excellent location — rated 9.5/10! (score from 38 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at Yarn Market Hotel.
|Family Room (2 Adults + 1 Child)||
|Basic Double or Twin Room|
|Double Room with Four Poster Bed|
|Standard Double or Twin Room|
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Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Special diet menus (on request)
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Public parking is possible at a location nearby (reservation is not needed) and charges may be applicable.
Room service, Packed lunches, Luggage storage, Laundry, Dry cleaning, Fax/photocopying
Non-smoking rooms, Family rooms, Heating, Non-smoking throughout
From 15:00 hours
Until 11:00 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 3 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All older children or adults are charged GBP 5 per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
The maximum number of children's cots/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or child's cot/crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Supplements are not calculated automatically in the total costs and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed. No extra charges.
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Based on 38 reviews
Value for money
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Score from 77 reviews Superb
Well located in the main street, welcoming staff and a quirky, historic building.
Evening meal decent quality but pricey - however the pub opposite does good bar meals in very pleasant surroundings.
Nice, character filled room, very good buffet breakfast and very friendly, helpful Staff.
This charming old hotel is something of a rabbit warren, although a lift was available for those that needed it. Parking not easy but no real problem!
The location, the room was quiet and clean, with excellent views. If exploring Dunster, you can walk everywhere from here. Excellent cooked breakfast, plenty of food. We had been to the Yarn market before, and would probably stay again.
Staff were efficient and very helpful
Extremely old fashioned bathroom facilities with no shower and nowhere to store toiletries.
Good position for visiting.Dining room staff friendly.Clean beds & room.
Amount of stairs to bedrooms.Price of meals.Beds very high for mature people.
The breakfast was excellant particularly when served buffet style. The waiting on staff were very helpful.
The attitude of the receptionist on arrival particularly her repeated reference to my internet booking as an economy room. The room I was shown first was not fit having just a bath with a rubber hose device for washing your hair. The toilet seat would not fold back either. Very poor room quality. The staircases are really confusing.
Evening meal a bit pricey.
Good location Excellent Breakfast Friendly Staff Clean and tidy Good WiFi
Poor Parking Steep Stairs and no lift. Small room Lack of wardrobe space No shower apart from rubber stethoscope type device you had to stick on the bath taps. Windows too restricted in opening for fresh air No magnifying mirror in bathroom
Very good and friendly. Service would willing recommend not my first visit and or last
Location was excellent, and the staff were very good. Rooms clean and comfortable.
Hotel info said that WiFi didn't require a password, but when I tried to access it asked for a password and wouldn't let me proceed without one. Walls were paper-thin. I wanted a lie-in, but was woken early by the family in the room next door who weren't making a huge noise, but enough to prevent me from getting back to sleep. Rather upset about that!
Staff were happy to book taxis for us and recommend places to go. Staff were friendly and made us feel welcome. The breakfast was varied and plentiful - the cooked breakfast was excellent! Our room was fine, ensuite was fine, shower good. We had a lovely view from our window being right at the top.
I could have done with a more comfortable mattress. I would have liked the breakfast time to have been extended to 10am on a Sunday rather than 9.30am
staircase not safe room a bit small
The staff and management were helpful, very nice, tried hard and were also efficient. Coffee was good. The bed was comfortable and the room was quite.
Standard of furnishings was cheap, the paintwork was scruffy and the buffet breakfast was basic. The orange juice was served in small glasses and was of poor quality. The cereal bowls were small so you couldn't get much. A typical cost saving was made on the bread, such a simple substance and so easy to ruin a meal with it. I'm sure there are wonderful bakers in the area but the bread was a dull supermarket type sliced loaf. I found out too late that the breakfast menu to order was far superior. If you like TV it was a very small one. I didn't dine at the Yarn Market so have no comments on that. It wasn't awful but £140 per night I would expect better.
excellent location in a beautiful village. Good breakfast and very helpful and hard working waiting staff.
noisy fridge in bar area.
The strongest point was the exceptionally friendly and helpful staff. Great location: Dunster itself is almost too good to be true and a useful centre with good bus services. Good breakfast. Didn't take dinner (pricey) but easy to eat out. Parking not the problem you expect. Ask about free parking vouchers - and the 2for1 vouchers for local attractions.
The public areas (except the restaurant) are rather dull but as we had a pleasant large room this was no problem.
Staff were very friendly and helpful. As we arriving for a wedding on the same day, we had asked if we could change anywhere in the hotel (as booking is at 3pm). The staff went out of their way to have one of our rooms ready when we arrived early for the wedding.
High standard of premises, staff and accomodation. This is an up market place in a superb setting
No shelf in bathroom for placing essentials
comfort, home like conditions
Location was great in the main street right by the historic Yarn Market 'shed'. Parking was easy as we arrived fairly early. We didn't dine here but the breakfast was good, well served and the bacon was the best cooked of all our stays in UK so far. Staff were helpful and friendly and service was very good.
Fantastic location in Dunster, excellent stay, stayed before and will return.
Just really friendly chap on reception ...... couldn't have been more helpful as had to get away early ........ great room, didn't try food but looked and smelt fantastic
being disabled the staff were fantastic. There was a small lift so i only had to manoevre a couple of steps.
i can honestly say there was nothing i could be detrimental about
Location was great as at a wedding close by and a lovely town.
I did think it was overpriced as the bed was not that comfortable and not that keen on the linens used. Also could not use the shower as it kept going from hot to cold. Sad to give a bad review as staff were good but have stayed in many hotels and think this is definitely overpriced.
The staff made a mess of my breakfast . I waited 30 mins and it wasn't even ordered and I wouldn't mind only I was only person in restaurant and theyvhad two waitresses on. If I didn't ask why the delay I'd still be waiting.
The room was clean, warm & characterful in a lovely old building, which was full of interest. The facilities were exactly what you would have expected in a hotel room in this day & age. A very nice breakfast was on offer.
I thought the room was a bit overpriced for effectively, 20 hours. I have no problem paying £160 for a room, but i just felt it wasn't special enough to justify this price. I didn't like all the road noise, or the constant floorboard creaking & noise from the room above. Finally, there was no evening meal available at the hotel, apart from a 7 course banquet, so we had to drive for miles to find somewhere to eat.
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