The Old Manor Dunster is the most stunning place you can imagine. It’s historic frontage looks very stately. Inside it’s packed with features as you’d expect of a house this old. The Great Hall/dining room is amazing and it’s got plenty of other reception rooms: sitting room, study, office, Solar/drawing room, chapel.
With 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms as well as a lovely Edwardian pavilion with 3 reception rooms, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
It’s also got plenty of outside space with Barn, stabling, garaging and very attractive landscaped garden, arboretum, orchard, paddock, field
History is guaranteed with a mention of a property on this site in 1266 as being a manor of Dunster. In the 15th century the property was probably owned by a Robert Ryvers and later by John Loty, Constable of Dunster Castle. The manor was later owned by Richard Pyntz, who married into the Chichester family of Arlington Court in North Devon, a well-known Roman Catholic family, hence the Roman Catholic chapel in the property.
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