WESTON HOUSE is a beautiful Victorian house in the heart of the thriving village of Bampton, the home of Catherine and Peter Stott. We offer light,spacious and comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation throughout the year.
There are two good sized double rooms with en-suite shower rooms, and an exceptionally spacious room with either super kingsize double or twin beds and a private bathroom. Rooms are furnished in keeping with the character of this period house, with original paintings on the walls. We welcome travellers with our comfortable beds (all have pocket sprung mattresses), a comprehensive hospitality tray (with fresh milk) and fresh flowers in the room. In the bathroom you will find large fluffy towels and luxurious Cole and Lewis toiletries. All rooms also have flat screen TV/radio/DVD player, a free wi-fi service and comprehensive local and tourist information.
In the morning there is a wide variety of breakfast options in the period Victorian dining room. Choose cereals, fresh fruit juice and fresh fruit salad/compote in season, followed by full English breakfast (including vegetarian), or smoked salmon with scrambled eggs. We buy eggs, meat bread and preserves from local suppliers and make our own yogurt.
Bampton lies close to the Exe valley and is a short drive from Exmoor, as well as close to Dulverton, Knighthayes Court, Wimbleball Lake, and long distance walking and cycling routes. There are traditional shops, an historic church, tearooms, pubs and restaurants all within a few minutes walk. The whole area is fantastic for walking and cycling, and fishing, kayaking and other outdoor activitis are close at hand.
We have drying facilities and secure cycle storage, with early breakfasts (from 6:30am) to order, as well as maps and walking guides to borrow.
Catherine is a painter and mosaicist. Her home studio can be visited by arrangement and we also organise a programme of residential and day courses.
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