St George's Church
This beautiful church dates mostly from the 15th century and boasts a wonderfully carved fan-vaulted rood screen. Just behind the church...
Further down the road is this working 18th-century mill, which still has most of its original cogs, wheels and grinding stones. There's...
This surprisingly swanky restaurant dishes up Dunster's best food in an attractive dining room full of fairy lights and stripped-wood...
Lonely Planet review
This impressive red-brick castle was originally owned by the Luttrell family, whose manor encompassed much of northern Exmoor. Although it served as a fortress for around 1000 years, the present castle was heavily remodelled during Victorian times, so little remains of the original Norman stronghold, save for the 13th-century gateway. Its grand rooms are full of Tudor furnishings, ornate plasterwork and ancestral portraits, and the terraced gardens offer sweeping coastal views, as well as an important collection of strawberry trees.