Christmas at The Luttrell Arms

Thursday 24th December – Sunday 27th December

Arrive on Thursday 24th December for our three night Christmas break, inclusive of dinner, bed & breakfast and traditional 5 course Christmas Day lunch and light evening dinner.

We are planning a different Christmas this year… something refined and relaxing! We have to refrain from the usual revelry and merrymaking this year and tone down our celebrations in line with the new government restrictions. It will most definitely be fun filled and indulgent, but with your safety and comfort in mind we are celebrating on a smaller scale than usual.    

Our 3 night Christmas package begins on Christmas Eve; On arrival you will receive a warm welcome and a homemade mince pie! Once you have settled into your room join us for a delicious glass of mulled wine which you can enjoy in the bar or by the fire in the lounge.

Dinner on Christmas Eve will be served in Psalters restaurant; our head chef Barrie and his team have created some mouth-watering festive menus for you to enjoy over the coming days; Now its time for you to sit back, enjoy the company and allow us to take care of you!

On Christmas morning a light breakfast will be served in the bars or if you’d prefer, served to you in bed! You then have the morning to take a walk, unwrap your presents and enjoy some quiet time before a traditional Christmas Day lunch is served! We won’t be taking any non residents this year so you will have plenty of space and time to enjoy the hotel in its entirety.  

On Christmas day night we will serve a light evening meal in the bar, we have prepared some games and our friendly staff will be on hand to serve you drinks.

On boxing day a sumptuous brunch will be served in the restaurant allowing you a long lie in and lazy morning whilst you decide how to spend the day. The shops will be open for those looking for some retail therapy or perhaps a bracing winter walk on Exmoor for those feeling more adventurous.

Another delicious dinner will be served up in Psalters restaurant on boxing day night before we bid you a fond farewell the following morning.


Prices start from £545 per person

Please call 01643 821555 to enquire


You can also extend your stay from only £60 per person for bed and breakfast, please speak to our reception team.


T&C’s: Supplements apply for single occupancy in a standard room and for family rooms.

A £200 deposit is payable to confirm your booking and the balance for your stay will be collected in the first week of December.  Your deposit is fully refundable up until the 1st December should your plans change.  Any cancellations after the 1st December your deposit will be retained.

Please note: Full payment will be required for any bookings taken on or after 1st December

What our guests say...

Pulled out all of the stops

My Partner and I had a really great stay with the dog. Nothing was too much trouble for the staff. They really pulled out all of the stops to ensure a carefree stay with the dog. We found the whole set up and inclusive treatment for dog owners to extremely well done and a real home from home with all the old world charm of a historic building in a historic and idyllic country setting. We will definitely...
Andrew W

Amazing staff

My wife and I stayed two nights recently here with our young son to attend a wedding in the village...the hotel was very busy throughout the weekend due to the annual music festival, and yet all the hotel staff went out of their way to make us feel so welcome....

A perfect lunch

We stayed here earlier in the year and returned just for lunch today.We weren’t disappointed. My wife had the roast beef and I chose the seafood chowder. Though quite different both of these meals were delicious.A beautiful location, friendly service and great food! What more could you ask for?...

The staff really go the extra mile

We’ve been staying here on and off for over 18 years and it just keeps getting better. Fantastic location for Exmoor, the west Somerset coast and Dunster. The staff really go the extra mile and are superb, the rooms are original and comfortable and the food is good. Lots of different public rooms to explore and relax in, two bars both with open log fires plus lots of character plus lovely gardens...
James F

Our favourite hotel

We had such a lovely time at this hotel. 2nd visit and we shall definitely return. Everything is just so. Hotel rooms, service, staff is just lovely and food delicious. We couldn't fault it at all. The main bar area just makes you feel like you want to spend the rest of your day sitting by the fireplace sipping on your drink and reading the paper. Our favourite hotel and we would highly recommend ...

Terrific hotel, great gardens

Loved this hotel. Lots of nooks and crannies. Nice welcoming bar, would be very nice in the winter if imagine, because there is a grand, big fire place. Garden is beautiful, great to relax in on a summer day. Highly recommend although a Little expensive, but worth it for a treat....

Quirky in the right sense

Lovely clean room and bathroom. Super public rooms and spaces with fires. Quirky in the right sense and not as a euphemism for inconvenient. Great location for walking and touring. Wonderful food both breakfasts and evening meals. We felt thoroughly pampered...
Sarah P

Helpful Staff

Great hotel and location. The food was very good particularly the breakfast. The staff were very helpful especially when we had to amend the booking. Dunster castle was within walking distance and along with the mill is worth a visit....

Happy Hotel

I rarely feel compelled to give reviews, but this hotel is worth one. It occupies a charming old building of great character with a good garden. In keeping with its age, it has stairs but no lift. The bedrooms are clean, bright and with good modern accommodation. The dining room is very attractive, and the restaurant menu is excellent. The staff are competent, friendly and helpful. It is a happy hotel...
Mr Fletcher

The hotel is a gem

My wife and I booked in for a birthday trip in November. Dunster is a charming small town / village destination with a great castle. We stayed for two nights with dinner on one night and afternoon tea on the second. The hotel is a gem, with lovely old bars and lounges plus a main bar very popular with the locals-four real ales and a selection of ciders and lagers. Staff were excellent. Dinner was ...
Peter T
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