Dunster is a breathtaking medieval village crammed with history, beauty and atmosphere on the edge of Exmoor national park.
Cecil F. Alexander wrote the hymn "All things bright and beautiful" here in 1848.
You will be seeing some random photos taken as we walked around the village and up and down the main street.
As you can see the pavements here still have the original cobble stones.
We choose The Castle Hotel for lunch and these photos bring back memories of Alan tucking into a fine lunch while the best I could manage with my recent dental surgery was sausage and mash.
Cute tea rooms opposite the hotel
See the castle (last post) behind the trees
The Conygar Tower behind the trees at the opposite end of the village
Lots of shops and exclusive galleries selling gifts and toys, hand-made confectionery, clothing, designer jewellery, antiques, second hand and new books and local arts and crafts.
The old Yarn Market
Once the trading centre of the village and surrounded by houses that were once occupied by affluent merchants
Hope you enjoyed your visit and the next post will show our last visit of the day before making our way back to our cottage
Definitely one of those walking days