Number 4 St George’s is situated in the heart of Dunster in a quiet back street just a minute or two on foot from local restaurants, pubs and cafes, as well as Dunster Castle, St George's Church and Dunster Tithe Barn.
Located in the heart of the medieval village of Dunster, this well-appointed semi-detached bungalow is well positioned to enjoy all the delights that Dunster and this stunning part of Exmoor has to offer. Sleeps 3/4 guests in two bedrooms Bungalow in the heart of Dunster Sitting room room with wood-burner Views from the garden of Dunster Castle and St George’s Church Two bedrooms; one king-size bed, and one small double (4ft) Enclosed garden to the front of the property with table and chairs Bed linen and towels provided Wifi, heating and electricity included Dog welcome (1 maximum, for £15 supplement) Easy walking distance to shops, restaurants, pubs and cafes Arrive from 5 pm Depart by 11 am The property is on one level with just a couple of steps up to the front door from the garden path, and entrance is into spacious hallway. The sitting room has a lovely wood-burner and a bay window, with views into the garden and over the hedge to the 15th century village church, Dunster Castle can also be seen. The kitchen is to the rear of the property, with a window overlooking the rear garden and field beyond, often with sheep grazing. There is a dining table in the kitchen. The two bedrooms both have double beds, one is king-size bed and one a small double (4ft). The bathroom is comprised of a shower enclosure (no bath), hand basin and toilet. The property is in close proximity to the village church and enjoys the melodic chimes of the Church bells. Appliances and equipment The kitchen is fitted with fridge (with freezer compartment), electric oven and hob, microwave, toaster, kettle, a variety of cookware, kitchen utensils, cutlery, crockery and glasses. There is a washing machine in the kitchen also, and a rotary washing line is available in the back garden. A television with Freeview is set up in the sitting room and wifi is available at no extra cost. Other equipment include an iron and ironing board, and hairdryer. Electricity and heating Electricity and heating costs are included in the price of your accommodation. Number 4 St George’s is fitted with modern electric night storage heaters throughout. Further plug-in electric heaters are provided should you wish to use them. There is also a wood-burner in the sitting room to keep you cosy on those cooler evenings. One basket of logs, kindling and matches will be provided as a starter, further logs can be purchased locally. Linen and towels Bed linen, duvets and towels are provided for your convenience, but please bring your own beach towels if you wish to take towels with you on day trips. Other provisions Tea, coffee and sugar is provided. There may also be other non-perishable items like salt, pepper and oil available. Cleaning materials such as washing up liquid and surface cleaner will be present in the property. One or two toilet rolls will be provided. Outside the property There is an enclosed and private garden to the front of the bungalow. A chair on the porch is a lovely spot to enjoy a book in a sheltered position. There is also a bench on the lawn. A path around the side of the property takes you to the rear garden, it’s a few steps up to the lawn. A rotary washing line is provided. There is a small paddock behind the rear garden, there are often sheep grazing. Parking Free parking is available on the roadside nearby, which is a short walk from the property. It is possible to pull up outside the garden gate to unload/load your car, but you are not permitted to leave your car here for any period of time as this is private property (belonging to a neighbour). Dogs You are welcome to bring your dog by prior arrangement (maximum of 1 dog). A supplementary fee of £15 will be added to your invoice. Please do not allow your dog on the furniture and do not leave them alone in the property at any time. Smoking The property is strictly non-smoking. Arrival and departure The property will be ready from 5 pm on the day of your arrival. Please depart by 11 am on the last day of your stay. Please leave the property clean and tidy so that we can guarantee it will be ready on time for our next guests. Changeover days Number 4 St George’s is available for week-long bookings with changeover on Saturdays. Short breaks may be available. Local area Dunster is a bustling village comprised of several restaurants, pubs and tea rooms, plus a varied range of independent shops. Many of the shops in Dunster are open during traditional hours of 9 am to 5 pm, although hours are often extended during the summer season. Conversely, some shops may also reduce their opening days and/or hours out-of-season. There is a tourist information centre in Dunster, just beside Dunster Steep near the public car park at the far end of the village from Priory Cottage. There is another tourist information centre in Minehead. Minehead is the nearest town, approximately 1.5 miles from Dunster. Here you will find the larger supermarkets and petrol stations (Tesco, Lidl and Morrison's are situated on the outskirts of the town and have long opening hours), most major high street banks with cash machines, plus a range of other shops throughout the town.
There is an enclosed and private garden to the front of the bungalow. A chair on the porch is a lovely spot to enjoy a book in a sheltered position. There is also a bench on the lawn. A path around the side of the property takes you to the rear garden, it’s a few steps up to the lawn. A rotary washing line is provided. There is a small paddock behind the rear garden, there are often sheep grazing.
Exmoor is situated in South West Britain, specifically across West Somerset and North Devon. Often referred to as England's best kept secret, Exmoor is a wonderful holiday destination for anyone looking for a holiday in the great outdoors! There's so much to see and do, from sho...rt walks to long expeditions across the moors or horse riding, taking in a safari or sight-seeing at your own pace around the 'picture postcard' villages and hamlets. It is generally recognised that Dunster is one of the most perfectly preserved medieval villages in England, with origins dating back to the times of Bronze and Iron Age Britain - it is a must for visitors to Exmoor! Situated in a sheltered valley the north-east boundary of Exmoor National Park, the Yarn Market stands proud in the High Street as a reminder that Dunster was once an important centre for cloth manufacture. There are many attractive and historic features, fine thatched cottages, a 17th century watermill (which still grinds flour), a pack horse bridge spans the little river Avill and of course Dunster Castle. Today the village has a fabulous selection of restaurants, pubs and tearooms plus a wide range of independent galleries and shops which offer a first-class shopping experience - more than enough to keep you occupied for at least a whole day!
car not necessary
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4 Guests maximum. Infants don't count toward the number of guests.
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