Westleigh Farm Bed & Breakfast
Westleigh Farm is situated on the edge of the Quantock Hills, providing the perfect base for exploring the West Country. The farmhouse has been here since the mid-1800s.
We have a number of pubs just a short distance away, all offering good food and beer. Taunton town is about 10 minutes drive away, offering a farmers' market on Thursdays and plenty of shopping, cafes and restaurants.
Our guest accommodation consists of three en-suite double bedrooms. Each has a TV, hair dryer and tea and coffee facilities.
The farmhouse has a drawing room with a wood burner for those colder nights and a snooker room to unwind in after a day's exploring.
Full English breakfast or a lighter Continental breakfast is served in our dining hall. All produce is sourced locally and the eggs come direct from our free range chickens. Evenings meals are available upon request.
Ample parking is available.
If you would like to bring your horse, please call us and we will see if we are able to accommodate. We usually have 2 DIY stables available for overnight accommodation and a small turn-out area. Prices on request.
As we graze various livestock and have a number of free-range laying hens, two Jack Russells - Bramble and Sprocket - and Tom the cat, we regretfully do not accept guests' dogs on the farm.
Each of our three double rooms has views across the open fields right to the edge of Broomfield Common. All rooms have modern bathrooms with powerful shower facilites, TVs and a beverage tray consisting of tea, coffee and biscuit selections. Room rates include full English breakfast or a lighter continental style breakfast.
Breakfast is served between 8am-9.30am , but times can be varied - just ask and we will try to accommodate.
Washing and ironing facilities are available on request and wireless internet connection is permanently available. However, some mobile networks can be patchy, though we do have a Vodafone booster!
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This page was last updated: 24 January 2011