Weston Manor Bed and Breakfast forms part of a Grade II listed manor, owned by Mike and Vicki Sparey. Ideally placed to enjoy the best of West Wight.
The manor was built in 1871 by William George Ward a Catholic convert and is situated in a rural setting surrounded by woodland and fields. Weston Manor boasts a private English Heritage Grade II listed Pugin Chapel. We offer B&B experience in a historic building.
An extract from English Heritage listing regarding Weston Manor:
"This manor is more than special interest for its quality, completeness and rarity of survival".
Our accommodation comprises of 2 double bedrooms, 2 twin, 2 single and 1 family room. All are decorated tastefully and have modern en suites with power showers, flat screen TV's, tea and coffee facilities, central heating and Wi-Fi. The family suite is two rooms with an adjoining door, both have en suites and TV's. Prices include a full English breakfast, if you have any dietary requirements please state when booking.
Just a few minutes walk from Weston Manor is Tennyson Down where a memorial has been erected in honour of the poet Laureate, here you will find the most amazing cliff top views with stunning sunsets making this a must if you visit West Wight.
Cyclists (secure parking) and walkers will love the breath taking scenery on show along Military Road's Jurassic Coast from footprints left behind from previous visitors many years ago, fossils are still regularly found.
Close by perched high above spectacular cliffs is Freshwater Bay Golf Club, for those who like a challenging 18 hole course. There is also a 9 hole course at the Farringford again only minutes away.
A visit to West Wight would not be complete without a trip to the Needles Park Alum Bat, where amongst other attractions you can enjoy a boat trip around the Needles themselves. Take the chair lift or the steps - its your choice.
At the end of a busy day exploring we are happy for guests to relax and enjoy our garden with seating that overlooks the wood where red squirrels, woodpeckers, badgers, sparrow haws and many butterflies can be seen. Or if your prefer an evening in a local pub, the closest is just a 3 minute walk away.
We hope you will like what we have done, we think the manor is quite unique. View us on TripAdvisor or check availability at our no commission free to book site which can be found on the home page of our own website.
Rates: We operate a sliding scale tariff.
Double/Twin £100 reducing to £70 high season, £80 reducing to £60 low.
Single £50 reducing to £40 high season £45 reducing to £35 low.
Family £180 reducing to £90 high season £160 reducing to £90 low .