This is a mid-terraced Grade II listed building offering deceptively spacious accommodation which is in effect a commercial property on the front and a character 2 bedroom cottage to the rear overlooking its own private gardens.
The main restaurant has seating inside for 36, with feature beams, stone-faced and part brick-faced clad walls. There is a well-equipped commercial kitchen with a customer cloakroom.
Approached through the covered walk-way, there is access to the courtyard and tea garden with seating for 30 customers.
Beyond this is located 2 freezer store rooms/preparation room with open plan storage area.
The private accommodation is approached from the courtyard where access is gained to a delightful cottage with an open-plan lounge and kitchen/diner and staircase to the first floor where there are two spacious bedrooms and bathroom WC.
The letting apartments are approached from a separate staircase just off the courtyard and lobby giving access to the first floor one bedroom apartment which also has a private office which could be incorporated within this apartment.
To the second floor approached from the communal landing and main staircase is an open plan one bedroom letting apartment.
Opening for 9 months of the year with hours to suit.
Is accommodation included?:
With 2 holiday apartments and a quaint 2 bedroom owners cottage with private lawned garden to rear.
In a prime tourist trading spot, in the heart of Dunster a medieval Somerset village within Exmoor National Park, which is often referred to as the 'Jewel in the Crown of Exmoor'.
The village attracts many thousands of day visitors throughout the year and is well known for its historic Castle, yarn market and in December for the first Friday and Saturday of the month Dunster holds its famous candlelight parade.