Welcome to Dunster
Dunster medieval village is probably one of the best conserved in the country.
Overlooked by Dunster Castle, owned by the National Trust, and whose origins go back 1,000 years. Dunster village has a wealth of history to discover, including the iconic Yarn Market, the remains of a Benedictine priory, a Working Watermill, Packhorse Bridge and Iron Age settlements.
Things to do
Local Food and Drink
Dunster has many lovely eateries to choose from. In the village you will find cosy fireside pubs and atmospheric fine-dining restaurants offering lunches and dinners. There are a number of pretty cafes and tea rooms serving traditional cream teas, many have outside garden spaces. Sample local ales and ciders, locally sourced lamb, venison, and locally milled flour.
Whether you are looking for a long weekend at a boutique B&B or hotel, or fancy staying for longer in your own cottage with log burner and magnificent views, there is a wide range of accommodation to choose from in the village and outskirts.