Exmoor House Dunster has 2 guest lounges. Relax here with a cup of tea, coffee or wine (BYO) and be on holiday. Plan your day from a selection of information, maps and local books. Or just relax with magazines, books, or puzzles.
This is the time where you can sample an abundance of top quality produce which we source locally wherever possible. You can choose a wide range of options from our ‘Full Exmoor’ breakfast with bacon, sausage and eggs, cooked to order, to our smoked Exmoor Trout with scrambled eggs. Why not try our freshly cooked croissant, and there is always fresh fruit salad, muesli, yoghurts, and cereals available to complement your experience. You can finish your meal with toast spread with local honey, marmalade, or a variety of jams.
Supper Platter/Lighter bites
There are many excellent places to eat in Dunster but if you are arriving late or just fancy a lighter bite why not try our supper platter. This consists of a selection of ham, chicken, cheeses, and pickles, served with a freshly baked baguette. We also serve baguettes with a range of fillings to choose from, ideal for packed lunches or as a light snack
Exmoor House Bed and Breakfast is situated in the oldest street in Dunster, and we offer the following options for car parking which work well for our guests; Parking in the nearby National Trust Car Park with passes obtainable on arrival at Exmoor House (Limited availabilty); Pay and Display parking 250yds away (free overnight) £4.50 per day; or on street parking in West Street and around the village subject to availability. Free parking directly outside the guesthouse is permitted between 6pm & 9am (We have never yet had a guest who has been unable to park)
We welcome people with disabilities and we will do all that we can to meet any additional requirements you may have. However, Exmoor House is a 17th Century Grade II listed building and retains many of its original architectural features. We hope that the following information may be of use to you prior to making any booking.
Vehicles are able to stop directly outside the building for the purposes of loading and unloading, and access from the roadway is across a short stretch of cobblestone pavement measuring 1 metre in width. There is one step up to the front entrance that is 20cm high. The front entrance consists of a single door inward opening to a width of just under 1 metre into a carpeted hallway. At the end of the hallway there are an additional set of double opening doors 85cm wide, into the lobby area. All the bedrooms are on the first floor and are reached via a flight of 14 steps. The width of the stairway is 85cms,with each step being 20cm high. Access to individual bedrooms is via inward opening doors that are 75cm in width. There is no lift or other means of access to the first floor.