Weston Farm house is a traditional stone built Scottish longhouse, with the Georgian upper storey added in 1762.  Access is from a private entrance porch and there’s a kitchen, WC, dining hall and sitting room downstairs. A curving stone staircase leading from the dining hall to the bedrooms and bathroom upstairs.  Architectural features include timber sash and case double glazed windows, original fireplaces, picture rails, floorboards and working shutters.

The house has been fully and sympathetically renovated, so as to install modern comforts (including central heating, double glazed sash and case windows and bathrooms) without losing any of the original character. It sleeps up to six (though couples and small families are very welcome). All the rooms are very spacious and well proportioned and each has a fabulous south facing view over the garden and the Medwyn Valley to the hills beyond.

The age and style of the building is complemented by mainly antique or traditional furnishings (old French chairs, a Jacobean table, Arts and Crafts light fittings, brass candlesticks, Spode tableware) and original art.

The owners live next door and welcome every guest personally on arrival but fully respect your privacy.  We are usually available if required (and you are likely to see us out and about around the farm) but you will be left entirely free to make the house your home throughout your stay.

We are always happy to share local information and ideas for the best things to see and do during your visit.