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25-27 Sep & 2-4 Oct 2020

Priory Church of St George, Dunster

By Roy Douglas, CC BY-SA 2.0,

The beautiful medieval village of Dunster lies between the wooded hills of Exmoor, and the sea: Dunster Beach is only a short distance from the village. The area has a long history: Bronze and Iron age people settled in the hills above Dunster, thousands of years ago, before the Saxons arrived in around 700 AD.

There are many attractions in the village, the most prominent of which is Dunster Castle, the origins of which date back 1000 years. On one side of the castle is a working watermill, which was built in medieval times, and still grinds and sells its own flour. Near this is the old Gallox packhorse bridge. Also there is the old octagonal Yarn Market, where wool merchants, and weavers carried out their trade from the 13th century onwards. The Tithe Barn and St George's Church, both of which will be hosting festival concerts, were originally part of a Benedictine Priory .

There are many things to do in and around Dunster: there are many shops, and the West Somerset steam railway runs through Dunster station, a short walk from the village. There are beautiful walks on the surrounding Gallox and Grabbist hills, with panoramic views across the Bristol channel and over to Wales.

The Priory Church of St George, Dunster TA24 6SH


  • Dunster Steep car park, Dunster TA24 6AS. Pay & display 09.00 - 18.00
  • Park Street car park, Dunster, TA24 6SP. Pay & display 09.00 - 18.00
  • On-road parking on High Street
  • Dunster Castle park. Charge. Open 10.00 -17.00


  • Dunster Tithe Barn
  • Dunster Steep car park, Dunster TA24 6AS
  • Dunster castle entrance.


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