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Yarn Market Hotel

Yarn Market Hotel, Dunster
























yarn market hotel

The Yarn Market Hotel is a friendly, family-run 27 bedroom hotel in the picturesque village of Dunster in Exmoor National Park.  Ideally located in the centre of this historic medieval village, the Yarn Market Hotel provides a true ‘get-away-from-it-all’ break. We are family friendly, dog friendly and walker friendly!

This area has some of the best walking country you could wish for.  We have the most delightful Exmoor National Park, one of the smaller national parks with a wonderful variety of scenery.  It encompasses the start of the longest National trail, The South West Coast Path, which starts three miles from the hotel.  Then there is the Coleridge way.  This offers a 36 mile walk across open country with some spectacular scenery.  We offer pre-booked minibus transport and route directions to help you walk liner walks each day to complete this scenic trail from Nether Stowey to Porlock. The MacMillan Way West also passes nearby, coming from the Quantock Hills and passing over Exmoor on its way to Barnstaple. We have a drying room for wet clothes and boots – so no need to worry about where to put all your gear if the weather gets a bit wet!

The village has a unique atmosphere, with cobbled streets, the historic Yarn Market and the Castle looking protectively over it.  There is a working Water Mill and a very beautiful Parish Church.

Staying here will transport you back in time!

Nearby towns and villages: Blue Anchor, Carhampton, Luccombe, Minehead; Roadwater; Timberscombe; Tivington; Washford; Watchet; Williton; Wootton Courtenay

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High Street


TA24 6SF

Tel: 01643 821 4254

Email: hotel@yarnmarkethotel.co.uk





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