Dunster is such a beautiful and amazing place with so much to see. Today I want to share some of my favourite Dunster images from Twitter, most of these are recent from the beginning of this year.
Finding these Tweets and images was easy. The only problem is that there are so many to choose from! There were a few more that just missed out but I wanted a variety of images to show the beauty of Dunster Village. I found these by either looking for Tweets with the #Dunster hashtag or that were tagged with the word Dunster, then just filtered the Tweets to search for images.
If you have some more pictures you want to share, please comment below or find us on Twitter @Dunster_Info
The local businesses of Dunster tweet some lovely images but it is always good to see a visitor’s point of view of the village. I love hearing about their experiences during their visit, as these are always unique and interesting.
So in no particular order here we have 20 Tweets on Dunster Village from early to mid-2020, enjoy! 🙂
Do you have a favourite? Let me know in the comments below if you have found some more images via Twitter that you would like to share.
What a stunning image taken by Dave Wood. Just wonderful. #ThursdayThoughts #dunster pic.twitter.com/0u1e7D9ilb— Dunster Castle (@DunsterCastleNT) January 30, 2020
The bridge over The Hawn in #Dunster @DiscoverDunster @DunsterBeachHut @Dunster_Info @dunsterofficial @ExmoorNP @WalksBritain @ThePhotoHour @UKTourismOnline pic.twitter.com/wn5nMqexrt— Liz Elmont Photography (@lizelmontphoto) May 10, 2021
I love a woodland walk. #dunster #walking #nature #Somerset pic.twitter.com/oHxpOB53Po— Chris Berry (@chrisb_somerset) May 12, 2021
Bringing #Exmoor to you whilst we are all staying at home…— The Exmoor Society (@ExmoorSociety) January 17, 2021
Conygar Tower in Dunster. Built in 1775, it is popular with walkers as it offers spectacular views across Dunster & Minehead ☀️
📷 Jenny Gibson#virtualexmoor #exmoornationalpark #dunster #folly #staysafe pic.twitter.com/5PrhEQ7mEL
#OnThisDay, 10th May 2002: A meeting in Dunster village decides that the decaying @DunsterTithe should be restored for use as a community venue. It is officially opened exactly 5 years later on 10th May 2007, at a cost of £555,000. #Dunster @Dunster_Info @dunsterofficial pic.twitter.com/nKMjtGvd82— Tithe Barns – Joseph Rogers (@TheJRogers) May 10, 2021
Tea at my daughter”s in #dunster – wonderful first step to Covid release pic.twitter.com/moG7UUsb9j— Martin Hesp (@martinhesp) April 4, 2021
If you wanted one image to sum up #Dunster, where I now live, it’s this. Chocolate box pretty, but with no real pretence. A ‘genuine’ English village. pic.twitter.com/Rn5NBzLCxO— James Morley (@jamesinealing) March 21, 2021
Longing for those summer evenings with an Exmoor @wickedwolfgin G&T in the secret garden @luttrellarms in #Dunster overlooking @dunstercastlent.— Salad Days & Holi Moli Beach Huts (@DunsterBeachHut) February 19, 2021
Who’s with me? 🍸🍸https://t.co/2HuMqe8heg pic.twitter.com/HarV08n1ij
We’re back at Dunster Tithe barn this weekend for the Exmoor Makers Market Extravaganza on Sunday from 10-4pm.— Exmoor Distillery (@ExmoorDistiller) May 14, 2021
There’ll be lots of locally produced food, drinks and crafts all made in the stunning rolling hills of Exmoor!#ExmoorMakersMarket #Dunster #DunsterCastle pic.twitter.com/D0SDBfDEro
Dunster Castle in somerset UK#landscapephotograpy #castlephotography #castle #djimini2 #droneshots pic.twitter.com/UEQxhjyQkc— blurry eyed photographer (@eyed_blurry) June 6, 2021
Dunster beach, looking to Wales. pic.twitter.com/12GidLJBry— Mark Hill QC (@MarkHillQC) June 4, 2021
Good morning all. Wishing you all a lovely day— Paul Silvers (@Cloud9weather1) June 10, 2021
Image: Dunster Castle, Exmoor @StormHour pic.twitter.com/X4av0U1Rc1
We are blessed to have the @ecpsomerset along the coast here at #DunsterBeach linking up to the #swcoastpath. Our #TrailTribute has to go to all those volunteers & organisations around the English & Welsh Coast that make these trails possible.— Salad Days & Holi Moli Beach Huts (@DunsterBeachHut) June 5, 2021
Thank you from us at the beach. https://t.co/6oHAhNYzCL pic.twitter.com/SjvBUWcimh
@DunsterCastleNT & #Dunster village today. I can’t wait till the trees get their leaves back and go green for summertime! @dunsterofficial @DiscoverDunster @ExmoorNP @visitexmoor @WalksBritain @ThePhotoHour pic.twitter.com/fDUhyhmW1o— Liz Elmont Photography (@lizelmontphoto) March 9, 2021
18 Church Street, Dunster. Former Priest’s House. Late medieval structure, much restored c1877 by G.E. Street. #Dunster #Somerset pic.twitter.com/fLUJjoboKJ— Ranaroth (@Ranaroth2) May 9, 2021
Evening walk through the village and Dunster Village Gardens, looking beautiful and well taken care of #dunster #dunstervillage pic.twitter.com/7zftnyTihy— Dunster Info (@Dunster_Info) June 8, 2021
See the magnificent mill wheels in action this weekend with a wander at Dunster. There has been a mill on this site for more than a thousand years and our wheels still help produce our delicious Dunster flour today. Pre-book tickets online at https://t.co/UAbvBmTPNM. pic.twitter.com/1luLxQqt2C— Dunster Castle (@DunsterCastleNT) April 9, 2021
Visit to Dunster Castle and Gardens today, was great to visit this place and a national trust place too!, love a National trust visit 😊💚🌳🏰 pic.twitter.com/uet3YGpJt2— Sean Bowes (@BlueFire94) June 3, 2021
Do you like jigsaws? The National Archives puts one online each week. I thought I’d try making one of Dunster. If you’d like to try it, this is the link: https://t.co/3zlP2wdqs4 If not, enjoy the picture 🙂 #OnePlaceStudy #OnePlaceJigsaw #Dunster pic.twitter.com/KoRsopZmXq— 🌲🌎Willsman/Denman ONS 🌎🌲 (@WillsmanOneName) March 19, 2021
#OnThisDay in 1645, Colonol Wyndham and his troops marched out in surrender from #Dunster castle with colours flying and drums beating. #DunsterCastle #Somerset pic.twitter.com/bqxMPtJJdB— theplaceswherewego (@theplaceswhere1) April 22, 2021