The Luttrell Arms Hotel is situated at the heart of Dunster which is famous as one of England’s prettiest medieval villages set within the stunning Exmoor National Park.
This award winning and privately owned hotel has the ambiance and charm of a country house hotel with roaring log fires and cosy bars alongside elegant yet informal dining areas.
We have 28 beautiful bedrooms, all of which are individually decorated to carefully balance contemporary touches with period features. All of our rooms are en-suite and come with crisp linen, fluffy towels, digital TVs, free wifi, tea and coffee stations, bathtubs with showers and powerful hairdryers. We offer 24 hour room service, dog friendly rooms with terraces and express check out services for corporate guests.
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Seen those stylish meals served up by the contestants in 'Masterchef'? Want to experience the real thing? Well then! visit the Luttrell Arms. Fine dining indeed in elegant surroundings with warm and attentive waitress service. An excellent dining experience to remember for a long time
In the past two or three years we have stayed in the sister hotel The Royal Castle, Dartmouth, owned and run by the same family and just for a change we decided to stay at The Luttrell Arms. The hoteliers certainly know how to run an establishment that blends history with contemporary furnishings. Beds & bed linen that make you feel very relaxed. Add this to Service that is second to none, food that is well cooked and presented to make every meal special, a bar area that feels relaxed, you may well get the impression that i enjoyed my stay. Oh yes, next time we intend to stay for three nights, see you next January!
Initially visited here in June 2015 when on holiday down the road, had a couple of lunch visits, one of which was in the beautiful secret garden bathed in glorious sunshine. Just returned from another visit for drinks only on Easter Sunday evening. The building and decor is wonderful, makes you want to linger a long while as it's so beautifully decorated and cosy. The food we had on our summer visits was delicious, made all the better for the luxurious ambience. Unfortunately we've not stayed here before, so can't comment on the hotel aspects, but generally a very special place.
On arrival we were offered an upgrade to a lovely four poster room. We stayed for two nights and sampled the food in Psalters restaurant and the bar, both excellent. Staff friendly and helpful in an unobtrusive way. The hotel has an historic atmospheric feel to it, open fires and cosy bars. There are views of Dunster Castle, which is well worth a visit.
What a lovely place, the staff are so friendly and welcoming and made both of us and our two dogs feel at home, we got an upgrade to a four poster bedroom which was great the food was good and service was great too and a beautiful setting, we will be back later in the year for another stay.
We spent one evening at this wonderful hotel. The staff, the food the rooms everything was exceptional Its location was superb. Strongly recommend a visit. It is a medieval town and boasts a wonderful castle, steam train and nearby Watchet is worth a visit.