Spacious period house beautifully decorated with antiques, comfortable beds, and a modern kitchen, with the farmyard on one side and a garden and expansive views on the other. Hilary and Carey are delightful hosts, and we enjoyed a front-row seat for sheep-shearing time. In summer, don't miss the brilliant Little Sparta garden just down the road. The nearby market town of Biggar has lots of great food choices, and a good museum; West Linton is also charming and Edinburgh not too far away. We walked out to the ancient henge on the far end of the farm for a great view. If I could give six stars, I would!
Wonderful visit, so welcoming and relaxing. The property has all that you need and we will be returning.
This was a great place to spend some time at. The accomodation was comfortable, really easy to get to and close to the bigger cities of Glasgow and Edinburgh yet totally in the countryside. Hilary was wonderful, friendly and helpful, I enjoyed our discussions and interactions and she was able to make some great suggestions on what to see locally and also further afield. The garden and Farmyard was a great place to be in and the dogs were so friendly. We will definitely come her again for a big break and recommend it to friends and family. Thankyou.
We have just returned from a weekend to get away from it all and we could not have picked a better place! The rental used to be B&B but is now self catering and is on a working farm. The house itself it stunning, a 17th century building which still has an original feel to it but also has all the mod-cons you would ever need. The hiuse well equipped, clean with such comfortable beds and it is homely. The views are stunning, we were really lucky with the weather, but even on bleak days I imagine it is beautiful. What makes this place really special are the owners. They showed us through the house to make sure we knew how everything worked and let us meet the lambs and a brand new calf- which made my daughter's weekend. We were allowed to basically have the run of the farm and gardens which was lovely. They were so welcoming and had lots of advice about good places to visit but they weren't intrusive at all. Their dogs, cat, horses and peacocks also made us feel at home! We were only there for a couple of nights but we were very sad to leave and can't wait to go back!
Weston Farm was a beautiful place to begin our tour of Scotland. Hilary was a wonderful host and made us feel very welcomed. She also gave us many suggestions as to where to visit during our stay. The B&B is centrally located making many day trips possible. It was a fun place to stay!
I loved this B&B for its wonderful accommodations on a working farm that brought back childhood memories of growing up in West Virginia. Hillary was a superb hostess, as friendly and gracious as she was knowledgeable. She had excellent recommendations for what to see and where to eat in the area. I loved how the farm dogs greeted me in the morning for a walk down the road to pastures and pens where their cattle and sheep were starting to stir. Don't miss the garden Hillary so lovingly tends, and if her mate's not working out on the property somewhere, be sure to meet him, too! This was a great, centrally-located stepping-off point for the day excursions I made. For a true feeling of Scottish farm life (and quite the sincere way of life it is in Scotland) you can't go wrong with Weston Farm! A gem!
My partner and I stayed at weston farm during a quick trip to the uk we had from New zealand. We booked into weston farm at very short notice which was potentially really anoying for the hosts, particularly as they were heading out. None the less they did an absolutly fantastic Job of hosting us and made us feel very welcome. Would definitely reccomened staying here!