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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. Lovely staff, great breakfast and exceptionally clean. Good base for visiting the area, on site parking was a bonus.
In the Exmoor National Park, the 13th-century Luttrell Arms offers medieval features and picturesque gardens. The staff were excellent as was the food, location, and cleanliness. The breakfast was freshly cooked and great quality with plenty of choice and we also chose to eat at the hotel on all three evenings and enjoyed each occasion. A well managed, well organised and well staffed place to stay with lots to do in the area.
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. Everything was lovely. Very comfortable room, exceptionally clean, great value
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. Location good Accommodating excellent Good home cooked food , delicious Very comfortable bed Staff ,warm welcome and friendly Would recommend to anyone
Set within 1.1 km of Dunster Castle in Dunster, Millstream Cottage B & B offers accommodation with free WiFi and flat-screen TV. The breakfast was beautifully cooked and very good quality ingredients. The hosts are lovely people and made us feel very welcome. The room was exceptionally presented and very clean, the sheets smelt so fresh.
On average, 3-star hotels in Dunster cost £163 per night, and 4-star hotels in Dunster are £93 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Dunster can on average be found for £0 per night (based on Booking.com prices).
Glorious Dunster. And devoid of droves of tourists because of the Pandemic. It is such a romantic place, steamy with history, quaint and adorable. A place to return to again and again, and set next to the incredible, barren and demanding moors. Perfect!
Lovely little village, the castle grounds and castle are a fantastic site to see, definitely worth a visit whilst you're there. My only complaint with the village is that a "super market" or even a general shop wouldn't go amiss! Although there are a few super markets within 5-10mins drive so nothing major!
Beautiful little village - people are very friendly / nice little shops - very quaint! Good base to be as you can travel into Devon within an hour and to other surrounding areas and then come back into peace and quiet!! The only thing you need to do is book your evening meals in the local restaurants/ pubs in advance - we had to go into minehead for our first evening meal as all the restaurants (there are about 5) were booked and they all only offer Sunday lunch no evening meals - we ended up with a takeaway when we were there - a little forward planning and you can be sorted - we will definitely be going back!!
A piece of history yet comfortable to stay in for a modern traveller. Wonderful character, great for walking whether you wish to potter into the various little shops and cafes or if you fancy something longer around the village and hills further afield. Leave your car in the large car park before you get into the village and then remain on foot. Easy walk everywhere, or a taxi. It’s gorgeous.
The little medieval town of Dunster is so pretty. The Yarn Market is lovely. The castle is well worth a visit with stunning views all around. There are plenty of places to eat and drink - The terrace garden of the Luttrell Arms is a must. There is a 1.5 mile walk to the beach which from there you can walk easily either to Minehead or the other way to Blue Anchor and Watchet - both well worth it. The beach is clean and open with loads of space to exercise dogs! For a bit more entertainment and the usual beach activities, Minehead is a short drive away with plenty of shops and other facilities.
This was a perfect place to stay, quiet clean and lovely hosts. It was just what we were looking for, after working hard these past few months as a NHS key worker. It was lovely to see that everything was in place to prevent the spread of the virus too. I felt totally safe. Thanks to you both we will be back. I would just like to say that on a previous review for Booking.com I rated it a 9 this wasn’t any reflection on the accommodations it was really just to do with the parking. We had to park away from the property but it was secure.
The staff were excellent as was the food, location, and cleanliness. The breakfast was freshly cooked and great quality with plenty of choice and we also chose to eat at the hotel on all three evenings and enjoyed each occasion. A well managed, well organised and well staffed place to stay with lots to do in the area.
Welcoming hosts and reviving cuppa after a long drive. Helpful information about the local area.
Great location. The staff were very helpful and friendly. We really enjoyed our stay.
Everything was lovely. Very comfortable room, exceptionally clean, great value