My favourite time of the year, autumn walk around Selworthy and Dunster.Keith Long
Not often do we have the chance to see Dunster castle from a new perspective – thanks to Liam Holly who shared this aerial view of the castle and the village all the way to Minehead and North Hill with us on Instagram.
If this video doesn’t make you want to come to Exmoor, then we’re not sure what would!
50% discount on second night stay for club members
THE LUTTRELL ARMS IS A 3 STAR, 28 ROOM HOTEL IN SOMERSET
Situated in the heart of Dunster, this famous landmark Exmoor hotel, dates from the 13th century and has spectacular medieval features and picturesque gardens. Today’s atmosphere is relaxed, informal and unique and the comfortable bars are open all day serving local ales, carefully chosen wines and a selection of tempting menu items for breakfast, lunches and dinners.
This much loved Exmoor hotel at the top of the High Street directly overlooks Dunsters famous Yarn Market. The Luttrell Arms Hotel Exmoor has remained mostly unchanged having been lovingly restored with the aim of retaining the unique and charming features of bygone days and carefully combining these with the essential contemporary comforts required by 21 century guests.
28 en suite bedrooms are all furnished and equipped to the highest standards providing the comfort and ambiance that guests would expect from this famous Exmoor Hotel bearing the aristocratic name of the Luttrell family whose imposing castle defines Dunster and the surrounding area. Within the ancient building there are many interesting architectural features and antiques including 5 fine four poster bedrooms.
The Head Chef leads an enthusiastic team of chefs in our Dunster Restaurant who pride themselves in providing menus to suit all occasions whether it be a hearty breakfast, swift and light lunchtime snack or a special dining occasion. The aim being that finest local ingredients are sourced and used to create memorable food and the standards of service to ensure that our customers are eager to return on future occasions.