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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. The facility is charming. Staff is friendly and helpful. Food and bar - delicious. We felt like welcomed guests.
Exmoor House is set on Dunster’s oldest street in Exmoor National Park. Housed in a Grade-II, 17th-century building, this charming property offers a lounge and 6 en suite rooms. Welcoming hosts and reviving cuppa after a long drive. Helpful information about the local area.
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. Beautiful decor, spacious and very comfortable room, situated in an unbeatable location. Lovely hosts and wonderful breakfasts. A lovely way to end our 5 week visit to the UK.
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. Felt very welcomed and relaxed. Sally and Dean were fantastic hosts. Calib was really helpful when we arrived. Good to have a choice on the vegetarian menu. Sally even offered to make us breakfast early after our night's stay as we had to leave early. We hope to stay again when we are in the area.
Boasting a garden, Little Dragons offers accommodation in Dunster, 2.9 km from Minehead Beach and less than 1 km from Dunster Castle.
Bodkin Cottage, Dunster is located in Dunster, 2.9 km from Minehead Beach and less than 1 km from Dunster Castle, in an area where fishing can be enjoyed.
Located in Dunster, 2.9 km from Minehead Beach and less than 1 km from Dunster Castle, Castle View, Church Street provides accommodation with amenities such as free WiFi and a TV.
Set in Dunster, Ruffles Cottage offers accommodation with a patio and free WiFi.
A stunning village with lots of shops, places to eat and one of the loveliest National Trust castles I have been to with its beautifully cared for gardens and informative staff. It will be so pretty when the tulips and forget me nots are in flower.
Our room was lovely, lots of space and based right in the heart of Dunster. The Castle was open which added to our enjoyment as we thought it was closed for the winter. Lovely little shops to visit.
A remarkably well preserved village with medieval roots, dominated by an imposing castle (now with the National Trust). A beautiful main street has a collection of buildings of architectural interest, as well as some interesting individual shops for those who like to browse. An admirable base for exploring Exmoor with ready access to the distinguished West Somerset Railway Line with its steam locomotives, a glorious reminder of another era!
Dunster is a beautiful medieval town, full of character. Dunster Castle and the Wool Yarn are a must-see. It is also on Exmoor, with wonderful walks around and incredible views of countryside and the coast! Dunkery Beacon is recommended for its views. Because Dunster is largely unspoilt, it is also not particularly car-friendly. Be prepared for a certain amount of walking and climbing.
Dunster is a picturesque and fascinating historical place well worth a visit, but inevitably is a very popular place so gets very crowded. Parking and driving through is not easy, but worth the effort.
Only downside is potential distance from where you are staying to where you can park .However we recognise that Dunster is long established and village car park is a useful asset if you can't find parking near your accommodation.
Contact before arrival was good and there was a lot of information provided in advance. Key collection was super easy! The town of Dunster was absolutely beautiful and the castle was only a 5 minute walk away. The size of the cottage was great for our family of 4 and the beds very comfortable. Unfortunately the shower was broken when we arrived, but Stuart made sure it got fixed as soon as possible. All together we would definitely recommend this property. Beach was also a short drive away in Minehead.
We loved the cottage, it was warm, comfortable and beautifully decorated. Plenty of room and well stocked with DVD’s , kitchen ware and had a great games room. Next to the National Trust cafe and water mill, only a few minutes walk to Dunster medieval village centre with cafes, pubs and independent gift shops. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay!
Felt very welcomed and relaxed. Sally and Dean were fantastic hosts. Calib was really helpful when we arrived. Good to have a choice on the vegetarian menu. Sally even offered to make us breakfast early after our night's stay as we had to leave early. We hope to stay again when we are in the area.
Friendliness of staff, greeted with coffee/tea and cake at no extra charge, a really nice touch. Great breakfast, room was beautiful and hotel was spotlessly clean. Plenty of milk and juice provided for refreshments in the rooms.
Food was excellent and the staff very friendly, welcoming and helpful, location was excellent and ample parking which other hotels do not offer in the area.
Clean and comfortable in the centre of Dunster. Free parking outside. Very nice breakfast and friendly welcome. Would definitely use again.
Good location nice and quiet central to Dunster large living space
Beautiful room, lovely view of the castle from the bathroom!
Great location for visiting the Castle