Weston Farm is an organic working stock farm offering bed and breakfast in the traditional farmhouse. Antique interiors are complemented by mod cons and superb beds. We use our own and local food wherever possible.
We are situated at the southernmost tip of the Pentland Hills, 4 miles from Carnwath, 8 miles from Biggar and less than an hour from Edinburgh, Glasgow and Peebles. The farmhouse and steading sit within more than 900 acres of moor and farmland, with stunning views over the Medwyn valley to the Broughton hills and Tinto.
The house is quirky and characterful, the newest part dating from the seventeenth century, and filled with antique furniture, carpets and original artworks. As well as the large and comfortable bedrooms and bathrooms (featuring kingsize or twin/super kingsize beds and luxury bedding, electric blanker, large bathtub, power shower, quality towels and toileteries, free wi fi etc), guests have exclusive use of a whole wing of the house, including sitting and dining rooms and the garden. The sitting room a multi fuel stove, HD internet television, a wide selection of DVDs and CDs and guests are free to browse and borrow anything from our very large library of books. Breakfast using our home produced and homemade food is included in the price and dinner and lunch are available on request.
The farm and the surrounding hills are ideal for walkers, birdwatchers, cycylists and horse riders. We are the only British Horse Society Horses Welcome establishment in the area and are also approved as meeting the particular standards for walkers and cyclists.
If no rooms are available on your preferred dates, why not try Ferniehaugh, our self-catering cottage in Biggar, as an alternative?