Psalter’s Restaurant, Luttrell Arms, Dunster: Open for bookings!

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Situated in the heart of Dunster, the award-winning Luttrell Arms Hotel, dates from the 13th century with unique medieval features and picturesque gardens in the spectacular setting of Exmoor National Park. Today’s atmosphere is relaxed, informal and unique and the comfortable bars are open all day serving local ales, carefully chosen wines and a selection of tempting menus for breakfast, lunches and dinners.

This much loved Exmoor hotel at the top of the High Street directly overlooks Dunster’s famous Yarn Market. It has remained mostly unchanged having been lovingly restored yet retains the unique and charming features of bygone days with the essential contemporary comforts expected by 21st century guests. The hotel’s 28 en suite bedrooms are all beautifully furnished and equipped to the highest standards, some with private terraces to the gardens that sit beneath the gaze of Dunster Castle. In 2016 The Luttrell Arms Hotel were awarded a 3 Star rating by the AA, won the coveted title of ‘Inn of the Year’ with the Good Pub Guide, Silver for Best Tourism Pub and Bronze for Best Small Hotel with Bristol, Bath and Somerset Tourism Awards and are listed in The Trencherman’s Guide.

The Head Chef, Barrie Tucker leads an enthusiastic team of chefs in our  AA Rosette Psalter’s Restaurant. Barrie and his talented team pride themselves in providing menus to suit all occasions whether it be a hearty breakfast, swift and light lunchtime snack or a special dining occasion. They source the finest local ingredients to create memorable food and ensure that our guests are eager to return on future occasions. The Exmoor Food Fest is an opportunity to visit Psalter’s and enjoy a specially created menu. We look forward to welcoming new and returning guests during 2017.

Exmoor Food Fest is a celebration of local produce, fine dining, British hospitality and cuisine. ‘Eat your way across Exmoor’ throughout the month of February when several participating businesses showcase their culinary talent with set menus and special offers available across the region.

Whether you choose to book for lunch and dinner, enjoy two courses for £15 and three courses for £20 on selected dates in Psalter’s restaurant.

Lunch 

Our lunch menu will be served on Thursday 1st  February & Thursday 15th February from 12.00pm until 2.00pm.

Dinner

We’ll be serving a special menu on Thursday 8th February and Thursday 22nd February from 6.00pm until 9.00pm.

Click here for menus.
 Booking is essential.

It is essential to book with reception on 01643 821555 at least 24 hours in advance and state it is for ‘Exmoor Food Fest’.

Tel :  +44 (0) 1643 821555  

Luttrell Arms Hotel, Exmoor National Park, Dunster, Nr. Minehead, Somerset, TA24 6SG


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Yarn Market, Dunster: Open for bookings!

 

 

The Gables Restaurant at the Yarn Market Hotel

As part of the Exmoor Food Festival we have a lunchtime offer 2 courses for £10 (valid daily between 12noon and 2:30pm) and a dinner offer 2 courses for £15 or 3 courses for £20 including tea and coffee (valid daily from 5:30pm). Both offers are valid throughout February except on the following dates: 02.&03.02.2018, 09.-11.02.2018, 16.&17.02.2018.

We are situated right in the heart of Dunster and you could easily combine a visit to our restaurant with a pleasant winter stroll through the medieval village of Dunster or with a visit to the nearby Snowdrop Valley which is only a few miles away.

We offer daily lunch specials from 12noon till 2:30pm with home-made soup as a starter, a selection of mains such as Fish & Chips and Vegan Curry as well as desserts. Along with tea, coffee, home-baked cake, and biscuits, the soup is available all day in case you need to warm up after walking in the fresh winter air.

Our main restaurant “The Gables” can host up to 60 people, our smaller “Deer Leap” room can accommodate parties of up to 20 guests. We are open all year round and dinner is served in the evenings from 5.30 pm. We specialise in traditional home-cooked comfort food – or in other words in food everyone enjoys to eat! A selection of popular wines, local beers and ciders are available to accompany the meal, special diets catered for with prior notice. Groups are very welcome and meal times can be arranged to suit their itinerary – pre-booking for groups essential.

 

High Street
Dunster
Somerset TA24 6SF
Tel: 01643 821425
Email: hotel@yarnmarkethotel.co.uk
Website: www.yarnmarkethotel.co.uk

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Traders at the Dunster Food Fair at the Dunster Tithe Barn

Saturday, 25 February 2017, the following traders will welcome you at the Dunster Tithe Barn:

Outside:
Little Oak Farm (local rare breed pork)
Cocoa’s (hand made chocolate)
Jane Elizabeth’s Confectionary
Somerset Smokehouse
Somerset Charcuterie
Exmoor Engravings

Inside:
Secret Orchard Cider
Madrigal Brewery
Pieroth Wines
Riverford Organic Farmers
Juliet’s Cakes
Yetland (local meat)
Parmesan & Pumpkin
Instow Kitchen
Chillees
Bumblees (Jams etc)
Midges Treasures
Handmade Soaps by Ellen
West Country Farm & Food Tours

Claire’s Kitchen will be running the Bistro/ Cafe!

Find us at
Priory Green, Dunster, Minehead TA24 6RY
11am – 5pm
(Please note – no parking at the Tithe Barn, and no access via the garden)

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Dunster Food Fair is this weekend!

We are getting ready for this weekend’s Dunster Food Fair at the Tithe Barn!

There’ll be plenty of local produce and delicious food, both inside the Tithe Barn and in the car park.

You are welcome to drop off passengers, but please note that there will be NO PARKING at the Tithe Barn, and you will not be able to access the barn via the gardens.

Here is the address:
Dunster Tithe Barn, Priory Green, Dunster, Minehead TA24 6RY

Trading hours are:
Saturday     11 – 5
Sunday        11 – 4

Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Exmoor Food Fest 2017 gets off to a splendid start

A week ago, several award-winning chefs came together in the kitchen of the Luttrell Arms in Dunster to prepare an outstanding seven-course-meal marking the official launch of the 2017 Exmoor Food Fest.

Head chef Barrie Tucker was joined by Paul and Donna Berry (The Swan), Andrew Dixon (The Café at Porlock Weir), Olivier Certain (Clavelshay Barn) and Ellis Pannell (Pyne Arms).

Each course was perfectly matched with exclusive wines by Dirceu Vianna Junior MW, Wine Director at Enotria&Coe, who commented: “Congratulations for putting together such amazing event. It seems that everyone really enjoyed the excellent food and brilliant atmosphere.”

Nigel Way, owner of The Luttrell Arms Hotel, introduced each of the chefs as their courses were being served, said “The Guest Chef Dinner is a celebration of food and drink from across the region. We are happy to support the Exmoor Food Fest which provides a valuable platform for fine dining, and its success brings benefits not only to restaurants here in Dunster but to the economy of Exmoor.”

Elke Winzer said. “The launch of the Exmoor Food Fest 2017 at The Luttrell Arms Hotel was a great success, not least because of the untiring enthusiasm and support by the Luttrell’s team for the festival. They put together a fantastic Guest Chefs Dinner showcasing the talent and high quality local produce on Exmoor and it was a fitting start to the third Exmoor Food Fest.” 

WELCOME

WICKED WOLF GIN

Cocktails

CANAPÉS

ELLIS PANNELL, THE PYNE ARMS, BARNSTAPLE

Plaistow Mill’s smoked trout with fennel toast,Westland Farm pulled pork fritters with sweet and sour apple sauce,Vulscombe goat’s cheese and Exmoor Ale onion chutney

STARTER

PAUL AND DONNA BERRY, THE SWAN, BAMPTON

‘Breakfast’ Bampton butcher’s smoked streaky bacon, duck, plum and quail Scotch egg, black pudding, tomato and pancetta with haricot beans

FISH COURSE

OLIVIER CERTAIN, CLAVELSHAY BARN, NORTH PETHERTON

Pan-seared fillet of silver mullet, Jerusalem artichokes, baby gem and poultry reduction

MAIN COURSE

BARRIE TUCKER, PSALTER’S RESTAURANT, AT THE LUTTRELL ARMS HOTEL

Haunch of venison with pickled mushrooms, mushroom purée, charred salsify, salt baked celeriac and chocolate sauce

PRE-DESSERT

BARRIE TUCKER, PSALTER’S RESTAURANT AT THE LUTTRELL ARMS HOTEL

‘Egg and Soldiers’

DESSERT

ANDREW DIXON, THE CAFÉ AT PORLOCK WEIR,

Apple mousse, apple jelly, nutty granola,
Somerset cider brandy ice cream, cider syrup

 

All photos by Clayton Jane.

Yarn Market Hotel in Dunster joins the Exmoor Food Fest

The Yarn Market Hotel in Dunster has once again signed up for the Exmoor Food Fest:

We like to offer the Exmoor Food Fest deal of £10 for 2 courses and £15 for 3 courses during lunchtime throughout February (daily from 12noon till 2:30pm except 4th and 5th February) and in these rates also a glass of house wine will already be included.

From 11th till 19th February we will also offer specials for dinner which will be 2 courses for £15 and 3 courses for £20.

Contact the Yarn Market Hotel on 01643 821425 to book your table!

The Yarn Market Hotel is situated right in the heart of Dunster and you could easily combine a lunch at the restaurant with a pleasant winter stroll through the medieval village of Dunster or with a visit to the nearby Snowdrop Valley which is only a few miles away. 

The main restaurant “The Gables” can host up to 65 people, the smaller “Deer Leap” room can accommodate parties of up to 20 guests. The Yarn Market Hotel is open all year round. The restaurant is open for dinner in the evenings from 5.30 pm. A selection of popular wines, local beers and ciders are available to accompany the meal, special diets catered for with prior notice. Groups are very welcome and meal times can be arranged to suit their itinerary – pre-booking for groups essential.

 

Dunster Food Festival starts tomorrow 

Over 40 producers and street food traders will be at the Dunster Tithe Barn from 10.30am till 4pm on Saturday and Sunday, while a number of restaurants and local traders have also got into the spirit offering Exmoor Food Fest deals in the village.
    
Please note that there are no parking facilities at the Dunster Tithe Barn.

New restaurant: The Stags Head Inn in Dunster

WELCOME TO THE STAGS HEAD INN

GUIDE BOOKSA warm welcome, local ales, Somerset ciders, and food made using local produce in imaginative, reasonably priced dishes are just some of the things awaits you as you step over the threshold of this historic 16th Century inn. The Stags Head Inn can be found in the picturesque village of Dunster which is the ‘Jewel in the Crown’ of Exmoor National Park.

Dunster is a perfect base for your short break or holiday with it’s wide choice of pubs, restaurants, shops and attractions. You get the advantages of staying in one of the best preserved medieval villages in England, while being able to explore the rest of Exmoor National Park and the Quantocks easily by car, bicycle or on foot.

Stags Head Views

The Exmoor Food Fest deal is available:
Lunch:   Mondays – Thursdays
Dinner:  Mondays – Thursdays

10 West Street
Dunster
Somerset TA24 6SN
Tel:  01643 821229
E-mail:  info@stagsheadinnexmoor.co.uk
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