Wedi’i ychwanegu at eich Cynllunydd Taith isod
Cael proffil graddiant llwybrCynhyrchu
Find out what the old Somerset words 'skitty vamps' and 'sparrow-bills' (pronounced skeet'ee-vaam's and spaar'u-bee'ulz) refer to, why the Maharajah of Jodhpur came to tea and see the cannonball hole in the yarn market.
Welcome to the Dunster hidden history Storywalk along the England Coast Path. This trail is designed to be like a skimming stone of interesting facts, myth, history and tales linked to this location. The walks are designed to be read aloud to family and friends and to embellish your experience of Dunster.
Route - from Dunster Exmoor National Park visitor centre you will take a loop through the village passing the Yarn Mark, Dunster Castle, St Georges Church and the Dove Cote.
To delve deeper into local history then please ask at the visitor centre, catch a walking tour or pop into Minehead Library.
Length - 0.8 mile / 1.2 km, allow a couple of hours at an amble.
Access - generally level throughout with incline up castle hill.