Time to re-charge at Dunster Castle and Watermill

Take time to re-charge your batteries with shady walks through the River Garden, lazy picnics in the Parkland and putting your feet up in the Morning Room with the newspaper.

Chapters room sheets

A new chapter at Dunster Castle 

Take the ‘Chapters’ tour and immerse yourself in the history of the house and Luttrell family who lived here for over 600 years.

A visitor reading a Chapters card in the Library

The castle at Dunster  

A dramatic castle full of history.

Visitors on Lovers' Bridge at Dunster Watermill

A working watermill 

The Domesday Book records a mill at Dunster Castle in 1086, and a mill stands on the same site beside the River Avill today.

Admiring the view at Dunster Castle

Plants and gardens to explore 

Home to four different micro-climates, with far-reaching views across the Bristol Channel, the garden at Dunster is filled with a diverse range of plants and wildlife.

Winter conservation in action

Dunster under the sheets 

Ever wondered what happens in our country houses over the winter?