Accommodation in Dunster
Dunster is home to many hotels and B&Bs to suit all needs and budgets from award-winning luxury to cosy cottages and family-run comfort. Dunster Festival takes place over the Spring Bank Holiday each year, so do book early as accommodation is at a premium in Dunster over this busy weekend.
Dunster Festival is delighted to have partnered with various accommodation providers in and around Dunster, all of whom are offering special deals and discounts to Festival goers; see below for further details. Please contact the hotels directly for bookings or queries.
Situated in the heart of the Medieval village of Dunster within Exmoor National Park and just moments away from the Priory Church of St George and the Tithe Barn, the Yarn Market Hotel is an independent three-star family-run hotel known for its warm welcome and friendly service. With 28 ensuite bedrooms, free Wifi and home-cooked food at the Gables Restaurant, the Yarn Market Hotel has everything you need for an easy and relaxing stay during the Dunster Festival.
2020 Dunster Festival Offers…
- Special 2020 offer…. 4 nights dinner, bed and breakfast PLUS your Gold Dunster Festival Pass included: £350/person (£40 single supplement)
- Group Package for 6 or more – full board including all meals from arrival to departure: £200 for 3 nights, £250 for 4 nights
- £20 Off any standard rate booking – must be booked directly with the hotel
Contact the Yarn Market hotel directly on 01643 821 425 to make your booking or download the booking form by clicking here.
The Luttrell Arms Hotel’s award winning food and accommodation is a short stroll to the live classical music and arts venues of Dunster Festival in the historic Exmoor village of Dunster. Relax with us in one of 29 beautifully furnished ensuite bedrooms. Enjoy food and drink in the traditional bars, the glorious Secret Garden or the stylish 2 AA Rosette Psalter’s Restaurant.
Visit the Luttrell Arms website for weekend offers and menus, or call now on 01643 821 555 for the best room rates.
Luxury self-catering cottages in the heart of Exmoor
Each of our four period cottages has its own unique character, complete with original features. Comfortable and welcoming, they are designed with high quality furnishings and fabrics to make them a real home-from-home in the heart of Exmoor. We cater for all ages – with or without pets.
Book early for the Dunster Festival weekend in 2020 as dates sell out quickly! Dunster Festival goers can book direct for a 10% discount on advertised prices for stays taken at any time of the year. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 07817 698366 and quote reference DF20.
Pilgrim Corner: Period charm meets luxurious living. A large, luxury thatched cottage in Minehead. Sleeps eight in four en-suite bedrooms. Feature country kitchen, large sitting room with wood burner, 50” Smart TV, Netflix and Sky. Beautiful feature gardens with hot tub.
The Oval: Step back into the Middle Ages. One of the oldest buildings in Dunster, the old sits harmoniously alongside the new in this charming cottage. Sleeps six with two en-suite bathrooms. Wood burner in comfortable sitting room, large kitchen, patio and sun deck. Village centre location, with the two reserved parking spaces.
The Old Sweet Shop: A chocolate box cottage. A beautifully restored sixteenth century thatched cottage in Minehead. Comfortable sitting room with 50” Smart TV, Netflix and Sky. Wood burner. Feature kitchen/diner. Sleeps eight in four bedrooms, each with bathroom. Garden with patio and large hot tub. On-site parking for two cars.
Stone Barn: Stylish open-plan living. Architect-designed modern barn conversion. Sleeps five/six in three bedrooms, each with their own bathroom. State-of-the-art kitchen, stylish living and dining area. Pretty enclosed garden. Large hot tub with views of the church. On-site parking for one car.
Hidden from the road, this charming historic house was built in the twelfth century as a small Benedectine Priory. To this day, it remains as much a haven of peace and tranquillity, as well as place of friendship and good company, as it was to the monastic community who once lived here. Adjoined to the Priory Church of St George, guests could not be closer to the main venue for the Dunster Festival.
The rambling house, with its ancient beams and flag stones, has three guest bedrooms; a twin and two doubles (one with four-poster bed). There is also an adjacent self-catering cottage, which sleeps up to four adults.
For more information contact Jane Forshaw on 01643 821 540.