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All reviews high street yarn market traffic lights individual shops church grounds great variety of shops never tire local business craft shops lovely place worth a visit national trust for sale lovely visit the main street car park couple of hours
The buildings are wonderful. Plus it has the castle of course (pricey), the old yarn market (free), and many, many other historic buildings.
Shops are all cafes, pubs and tourist traps.
Do try whortleberry ice cream, s local speciality.
And climb to Bats Castle for...More
Simply must visit this beautiful village!!! Every nook has something to explore!! Bespoke shops, lovely people and beautiful scenery!!! Desperate to return at my earliest opportunity!!! Really has become one of my favourite places!!
Lots to see here, taking you back in time. It's well worth a walk around the village rather than just driving through. Some of the attractions are The Yarn Market, the Museum and Doll collection, The Dovecote, The Tithe Barn, The memorial Garden , village...More
Dunster is an olde worlde village with a yarn market at the top of the village, some lovely individual shops and a wonderful castle run by the National Trust. There are several tea shops, pubs and restaurants to choose from as well as a working...More
Lovely little quaint village.few shops vintage.bags.odds and sod and gift shop.there is lovely chocolate cafe that serves lovely hot chocolate.in the street there is a museum of dolls very interesting and eorth visiting.its free but a donation is aporeciated.there is the old yarn market which...More
Nice range of shops, tea rooms and pubs. Special mention for Jacobs of Dunster for Adult and Children's clothes plus gifts and toys. Worth a visit if you are in the village.. Also a must is a pint and maybe something to eat in the...More
Beautiful little medieval village. Lovely walks. The Gardens and walks by the castle are delightful, very magical. Quite expensive to walk around the gardens if you are not a member of the National Trust. We stayed at the Luttrell Hotel.. Very nice, good bar food,...More
Dunster is beautiful, really old worldly. Lots of individual quality shops. Dunster Castle is worth a visit but still being tidied up after the Xmas decorations and being made ready for Spring opening proper.
in early January we saw something in a shop in the main street in Dunster which was of interest with a view to purchase. As we tied our dog to a convenient post (as most shops do not wish dogs to enter) we were told...More