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Offering a restaurant, Dunster Castle Hotel is located in the medieval village of Dunster. Free WiFi access is available. All rooms have a private bathroom with bath or shower. We had a very comfortable stay in a cosy doubleroom with ensuite. Central location in a beautiful historic village and walking distance to Dunster castle. Very friendly and helpful hosts !
In the Exmoor National Park, the 13th-century Luttrell Arms offers medieval features and picturesque gardens. Hotel fabulous. Room extremely comfortable. Staff fabulous and friendly. Food fabulous, breakfast especially nice. Bar fabulous. Atmosphere fabulous. Location fabulous. Overall fabulous, will definitely stay here again. Rating 11 out of 10. Sorry for over use of the word "fabulous " but it is well deserved.
Located within Exmoor National Park, the Yarn Market Hotel is just 500 metres from Dunster Castle. A family-run hotel, the Yarn Market welcomes children and pets. delicious breakfast, friendly staff perfect location lovely overnight stay. comfortable bed and clean bathroom. dunster is a quiet and yet beautiful place to visit.
Located in Dunster, The Olde House offers accommodation with free WiFi and flat-screen TV, as well as a garden and a terrace. Guests at the bed and breakfast can enjoy a Full English/Irish breakfast. It was a cosy little B&B with a great ambiance. George, Tessa and Adrian were very welcoming. We enjoyed the chat we had with Adrian😃 The breakfast was outstanding. All in all a great place to stay.
Featuring free WiFi, Dunster MIll House is situated next door to a fully restored and working watermill, overlooking the River Avill and less than a 10-minute walk to the centre of the village. Location excellent food great ,rooms brilliant comfy bed and great facilities .
Set in Dunster, 1.1 km from Dunster Castle, Millstream Cottage B & B offers free WiFi and garden views. Lovely room with the thoughtful addition of bottled water on your bedside table and homemade biscuits to go with the selection of teas , coffee and drinking chocolate. A good selection of toiletries including shower caps and face cloths. Superb breakfast !!!
The Dunster Hideaway is situated in the centre of Dunster on the High Street, the Yarn Market and Dunster Castle is just a short walk away. Nice and cosy home feeling in a truly nice location. Never mind the traffic on Dunsters High Street. By being able to just step out of the door and finding yourself in a Charles Dickens type setting more than made up for this.
The Stags Head Inn is situated in Dunster, 148 km from Cardiff. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. The Stags Head Inn features free WiFi. A flat-screen TV is offered. Very friendly welcome from new owners who were extremely helpful throughout our stay. The pub is a very old building with interesting features. The rooms were clean and the bed was very comfortable. The breakfast was extremely good (fresh fruit salad with greek yoghurt and perfectly cooked fried breakfast
Lovely little place with plenty of cafes, pubs restaurants etc. The castle a good two days entertainment in good weather one if not such good weather. A good walk to the steam railway station or to main rd for buses to minehead. We ate in The Olde House cafe really good for vegetarians, also we ate in The Stags Head and that was good as well. If you are on a budget and staying overnight make sure you have provisions as there are no takeaways or shops open after 5/6 o'clock. There is plenty of free parking in the town but nearly always full so use carpark at top of town.
Dunster is a gorgeous place lost a little in time. We ate at the Stag's Head and Hathaway's. Both were a little pricey, but enjoyable. Hathaway's is a gourmet experience and Kasha, the owner, personally hosts you as there are only about 6 tables. Be sure to book in advance. The focaccia was to die for. Limited choices, but there should be something to suit everyone. The castle was expensive to visit at £13 each and we were out walking most of the time and on the steam railway nearby, so didn't get to see it, although there are areas such as a peaceful walled garden, that are free to enter. Maybe next time?
We have visited Dunster and West Somerset for over 50 years and will be moving to the area this summer from the East Midlands. I cannot recommend Dunster and the surrounding area enough, a beautiful part of the UK
A charming historical village under the great castle of the same name. The castle and the park are carefully maintained by the National Trust; the village is carefully maintained by wonderful local people. Perfect location for a daytrips through Exmoor; very good restaurants and hotels. Definitely worth a visit.
Beautiful old village with castle and lots of medieval buildings. Plenty of places to eat. The narrow streets can cause traffic problems and the cobbled pavements could be awkward for some pedestrians.
A really pretty village surrounded by lovely countryside. Great for pottering around the delightful shops, eating in the great selection of pubs / hotels and walking. Everyone really friendly and helpful.
9.5 Exceptional 231 reviews
Nice old style B&B in the heart of Dunster, friendly staff and very nice breakfast next morning in the cafe / tea room that is part of the business. This is a charming old building in character with the village history, the tea room has old exposed beams and also sells some small antiques and nick knacks, Access to the accommodation is through the garden where they sell plants and out door garden items. Our room was clean and spacious. Nice central location.
9.3 Superb 14 reviews
Nice and cosy home feeling in a truly nice location. Never mind the traffic on Dunsters High Street. By being able to just step out of the door and finding yourself in a Charles Dickens type setting more than made up for this.
9.9 Exceptional 17 reviews
It’s a beautiful old cottage, full of history, very comfortable with lovely furnishings. Lots of books and maps. Walking distance to good places to eat, Dunster Mill and Castle (NT) and quirky shops in the high street.
9.3 Superb 300 reviews
Bed was very comfortable and that is important to us. The shower was a decent size and had room to put our personal things. Room had a great view. A very interesting hotel for history.
9.7 Exceptional 243 reviews
Perfect location to visit historic village and Dunster castle.Warm welcome, great hosts. Quiet comfortable room. Lovely gluten free breakfast.
8.4 Very good 118 reviews
Food was very good. Room a good size but en-suite was far too small. Staff were friendly. Located in pretty village but parking is awkward.
9.0 Superb 312 reviews
The dinner was fabulous! It was the perfect place to see the village, the staff were lovely! Highly recommend!!
9.5 Exceptional 5 reviews
Lovely cottage in the middle of Dunster, great touch with scones upon welcome :-)
8.3 Very good 68 reviews
Great location for Dunster Castle and the West Somerset railway.
9.8 Exceptional 139 reviews
Welcoming hosts and great breakfasts. Castle right next door!