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All reviews national trust the kitchen water mill attic tour well worth a visit nt properties car park gardens are beautiful stately home fantastic views victorian kitchen tour courtesy bus steep walk behind the scenes tea room bristol channel dream garden
Had an excellent day here. Parking is quite near to the castle itself; grounds, river walk, and gardens are dog friendly, and there are benches outside for taking in turns to view inside, plus a little tea cabin to get a brew and a cake...More
A lovely day out for all of the family. The gardens are lovely to walk around, with such a variety of plants and trees to see. It is clear that the grounds staff take a lot of pride in the appearance of the grounds. The...More
Although your able to take your dog around the grounds you are not able to enter the actual castle as is usual with National Trust properties. The grounds though are full of wonderful plants and there is, at times, a strong aroma of wild garlic....More
We were the first to arrive at the Castle today after driving through the beautiful medieval village. We’d read other reviews which said that the property boasted a full day of fun and we can certainly add another review to agree with this!
Wonderful experience and so interesting. Our 3 kids enjoyed the visit too which says a lot. In addition, we did the Victorian Kitchen tour with Keith. This was really insightful and Keith was a mine of information. Beautiful Castle and glorious walk around the village...More
Just returned from Dunster Castle (national trust) absolutely beautiful place. Lots to explore allow yourself at least 4 hours to explore .Lovely gardens .Try and go when they are milling the flour as water mill is amazing .Well worth a visit
Brilliant day out with lots to see and do. A lovely rabbit trail for Easter with quotes from classic children’s books. Also archery on the lawn. My daughter really enjoyed seeing the working water mill grinding flour. My son got to play on the piano...More
This place is fantastic!!! I’d pay national trust membership just in order to access this place whenever I wanted! The grounds are brilliant for strolling as well as playing cricket/ football! We had games equipment in the car so that worked well!
The Easter egg...More
Set on an elevated position above the town the castle is well worth a visit. Lovely gardens, an underground reservoir plus all the rooms, towers and water mill. You can buy hot and cold refreshments although there's not a great amount of choice for meals,...More
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The previous post is correct, however there is a shuttle which goes up to the castle from the car park and there are extensive areas of level ground around the castle itself with some beautiful views. There are entrance... More
The previous post is correct, however there is a shuttle which goes up to the castle from the car park and there are extensive areas of level ground around the castle itself with some beautiful views. There are entrance ramps and disabled facilities and the castle itself is still worth seeing even if the ground floor is only accessible.