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Lonely Planet review
In medieval times this glorious old coaching inn was the guesthouse of the Abbots of Cleeve. Huge flagstones, heavy armchairs and faded tapestries dot the lounge – a perfect fit for the hearty bar food. The rooms have period curios too: four-poster beds, brass plates, beams or perhaps a plaster fireplace.
Our independent authors have visited Luttrell Arms and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Dunster.
Services & facilities
- Designated smoking area
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast in the room
- Room service
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
- Pets allowed
Description provided by property
In the Exmoor National Park, the 13th-century Lutrell Arms offers medieval features and picturesque gardens. It boasts individual bedrooms with antique furniture, a TV, CD player and tea/coffee facilities. The local beach is just 1 mile away.
The Lutrell Arms restaurant serves modern British food, while the cosy bar offers a traditional menu. There is a pretty garden with an outside seating area.
Some of the rooms feature elegant four-poster beds.
Set on a hillside in the quaint town of Dunster, Lutrell Arms is just 5 minutes' walk from Dunster Castle.
Interesting places nearby
This working 18th-century mill still has most of its original cogs, wheels and grinding stones. There's also a sweet riverside tearoom.
This impressive red-brick castle was originally owned by the Luttrell family, whose manor encompassed much of northern Exmoor. Although...
St George's Church
Dating mostly from the 15th century, this church boasts a wonderfully carved fan-vaulted rood screen. Just behind the church is a...
Plump for the daily roast or potted shrimps on toast at this village cafe, or better still just drop in for a superior cream tea.