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Dunster Water Mill

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#7 of 8 B&Bs / Inns in Dunster
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We stayed here for a couple of nights early October. Karen and Pete excellent hosts. Our room overlooked the front of the property facing the fields and stream. On arrival we were offered tea/coffee and cake and chatted to Karen. Room was excellent kingsize bed, very comfortable with en-suite shower/toilet facilities, hospitality tray very good with bottled water/biscuits/hot chocolate etc. Downstairs dining room lovely and welcoming. Very good breakfast with all the trimmings. Would definitely stay again and recommend to friends and family. (Please note not to be confused with the Watermill next door run by the National Trust)
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What a great spot to stay! Our room was spacious and spotless with a comfortable bed and a lovely view over the Dunster Castle deer park. Pete and Karen were kind and considerate hosts who go the extra mile to ensure all their guests needs are met. Breakfast was delicious with good cafetiere coffee, fresh fruit salad and good toast and jams as well as excellent cooked offerings. The only negative (which is beyond the control of Pete and Karen) is the parking situation as we had to move the car to a public or NT carpark between 10am and 6pm. We look forward to returning.
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This mill has a double mill wheel, which we had not seen before. The building has quite a few steps to climb but is worth it. There are different routes to the Mill from the Castle, so it is worth checking the route which best suits you.
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Thoroughly enjoyed the visit over the Xmas season, bought the flour that was used from mill using finest Canadian wheat, would definitely go back again and it's free if you are national trust member. Delightful village with shops and castle makes it a good day out
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A lovely restored watermill in beautiful setting. Very interesting and full of relevant antique machinery! The attached shop sells their own ground flour and a short distance is a lovely cafe, whose staff made us very welcoming, even so it was almost closing time! We thoroughly enjoyed the cream tea!
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United KingdomEnglandExmoor National ParkDunster
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