Dunster Tithe Barn has been in existence since the 16th century - it has had a five year long restoration and is now a magnificent centre which may be hired for dinner/dances, parties and other celebrations, weddings, or, for instance, corporate meetings, antiques fairs, craft sales, horticultural shows and art exhibitions.
We also have a separate carpeted meeting room with surround sound which is available for hire for any type of meeting, children's parties, table tennis and even a film club. We also have wireless broadband.
On this site you can find out about all that the Tithe Barn has to offer, explore the history of the Barn and of Dunster village, or follow the steps taken during the renovation and conservation of the structure from May 2002 until January 2007.
Dunster, in the English county of Somerset, is generally recognised as one of the most perfectly preserved mediaeval villages in the UK, with origins dating back to the Bronze and Iron Ages. Visitors to the village delight in seeing buildings which make the historic experience almost unique: Dunster Castle, St George's Church, the Yarn Market, the Dovecote, Butter Cross, Pack Horse Bridge, the working Water Mill, and Conygar Tower. One historic building which has now been added to this list is the early 16th century Tithe Barn, originally part of a Benedictine priory.
Dunster Tithe Barn Community Hall - Registered Charity No. 1099572