Welcome

Hello and a big warm welcome to our wedding website! Thank-you if you've already replied to your invitation, and if you haven't yet please don't forget to do so soon! We've put together all the details you may need to know about our big day, and as some of you will be travelling from far off places, you'll find some useful information about accommodation and the surrounding area. We're both really enjoying the build up to the celebrations (not long to go now!), and we hope that you'll pop back here occasionally over the next few months as we may need to make some changes in the run up to our wedding day!

Dunster is a beautiful place to relax in, so you may want to make your trip a weekend break! If youíll be visiting Somerset for the first time, we really hope you enjoy your stay as thereís so much to do in the area you can really make the most of your time. Please check out our { accommodation } page for some information we hope you'll find useful if you're planning to stay over in Somerset. 

A little bit about Dunster and West Somerset

Dunster village is one of the most popular places in the Exmoor National Park for visitors. It's bursting with history, with an 11th century Castle, Packhorse Bridge, and Yarn Market. There are numerous restaurants, tea rooms, pubs and hotels in the High Street. With the beautiful hills, ancient wooded valleys and rivers of Exmoor on the doorstep, you'll be spoilt for choice if you love being in the countryside.

Choo choo!

If you love trains, then only a mile from the village at Dunster Station is one of the oldest working Steam Railways in the country. You can get all the information you need here { West Somerset Railway }

Oh we do like to be beside the seaside!

Dunster's only a couple of miles from the beach, so if a seaside stroll or building sandcastle's is your thing then why not make time to visit { Dunster Beach }. On the beach site there are over 200 wooden huts that were built in the 1930's, many of which are hired out to holiday makers. A few miles down the coast is Mineheadís less rocky beach. This is a tourist magnet in the summer, with ice-creams, fish and chips, and the usual seaside entertainment attracting visitors.

If you have any questions for us please get in touch! We've also created a page where you can share { messages } with all our guests.

More from 'Visit Exmoor and West Somerset' { website }
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