Dunster Self Catering
If you are looking for Self Catering Accommodation in Dunster you’ve come to the right place!
Listed here you will find all of the Dunster Self Catering Accommodation all at your fingertips. With contact information for each owner of the business and more details like the amount of rooms amenities and its location in Dunster Village too.
3 Old Police Station
This former police station is a Grade II listed building, and a wonderful holiday base to return to after exploring all that the village of Dunster has to offer. The exterior sets a feel for the cottage before you enter, and the charming archway welcomes you inside.
Chimney Cottage is well appointed complete with modern appliances yet retains bags of medieval character just like Dunster Village. To the rear of the cottage is a sunny, private outdoor area; along with free parking as well as a children’s playground are 2 minutes’ walk away at Gallox Bridge, and the High Street, Castle, pubs, and restaurants are all within 5 minutes’ walk.
Little Dragons Cottage
Little Dragons Cottage is situated in the heart of Dunster, backing on to the St Georges Church and was built around 200 years ago! This wonderful cottage was adapted for holiday use in 2012 and has since retained the character of a comfy old cottage.
Number 4 St Georges
Number 4 St George’s is situated in the heart of Dunster in a quiet back street just a minute or two on foot from local restaurants, pubs and cafes. There are two bedrooms; one has a king-size double bed, and the other has a small double bed (4ft)
One Grooms Cottage
Located in the heart of Dunster, this well-appointed, detached bungalow is very well positioned to enjoy all the delights that Dunster and this stunning part of Somerset have to offer.
Situated in a quiet back street, this holiday property is within easy walking distance of all the local shops, restaurants and pubs, as well as Dunster Castle.
Robin’s Nest are two wonderful one bedroom self catering apartments situated in the heart of the medieval village of Dunster. These are either situated on the 1st or 2nd floor of the building with the coffee shop situated below. With a stunning location of central Dunster there is a great opportunity to walk around and explore Dunster and Exmoor National Park.
The Old Manor
Be lord or lady of the manor at this charming, historic Grade II* listed house. The Old Manor at Dunster dates back to around 1400, where it is believed the Constable of Dunster Castle lived. Being a house of a certain age, the interior of the manor contains many interesting architectural features including its own chapel.
The Old Priory Cottage
Nestled in the historic village of Dunster, within the Exmoor National Park, is this Grade II listed character property, Vine Cottage. A welcoming and homely feel greets as you enter, with a sitting room on the left of the hallway; ideal for unwinding into the evening after a day of rambles.