We stayed at Westcourt Farm during our walking holiday around the coastal path. Julie picked us up and dropped us off the next morning which was greatly appreciated! The breakfast was really tasty with lots of choice and local produce. The room and ensuite were spacious and comfortable and the grounds were beautiful (we had a picnic in the evening whilst watching the sheep in the adjacent field). It was a very relaxing and lovely stay!
We highly recommend Westcourt Farm and were so delighted to find it - we arrived to a very warm and friendly welcome from Julie who was our host whilst David was busy Lambing! The farm is delightful, quaint and cosy and our room was spacious, clean, comfortable and so peaceful. The breakfast was excellent and Julie could not do enough for us. Thank you very much and we will definitely stay again. Nikki & Kevin x
Lovely setting, beautiful breakfast, off the beaten track a little (even though main road at the end of the drive) and out in the middle of nowhere which is ideal. Really quirky house - nothing straight, just really lovely. Nothing too much trouble for Julie. Thank you
Westcourt Farm is a bit out of the way for many Island attractions but that is no ctiticism. It is a peaceful setting and, of course, nowhere on the Isle of Wight is excessively distant. The welcome was great, the room comfortable - allowing for the quirkiness of a 16th century building (plumbing slightly dodgy) - and the breakfast superb. A much better choice than an impersonal hotel.
We arrived at Westcourt Farm in the lovely village of Shorewell and were warmly welcomed by Julie Russell. The bed and breakfast is full of character and very comfortable. Our room was large and had a very comfy bed. There was a good choice of cereals and fruit and the cooked breakfasts were excellent. There are only 3 rooms so the cosy dining room means that the guests have the opportunity to chat as a group. One of the couples had been there several times and I could see why they would! It’s a very picturesque rural location and of course nothing would be far away on a small island. I would recommend Westcourt Farm.