Middle Weaver Farm is a stunning detached longhouse, set in the middle of its own extensive grounds.
The hot tub in its pretty thatched pergola is a wonderful treat here.
This is the fabulous garden/dining-room.
This is the main living-room with its wonderful wood-burning stove.
There is a stunning bespoke kitchen with a brand new range cooker.
The L-shaped sofas in the oak framed extension create an additional social space with direct access to the gardens.
This snug is right next to the kitchen so is an ideal place for children whilst you cook up a treat.
Another view of the main living-room. The stairs lead up to the first floor bedrooms and the stair-gate will help you to keep your four legged friends downstairs!
This is the second living-room - a perfect chill-out room for playing Xbox games. The wood-burning stove is ornamental only for safety reasons if children are using this room.
Another view of the second living-room, the beams give you a taste of the wonderful character of this historic farmhouse.
What a place to celebrate a special occasion or simply a wonderful holiday away from it all.
The super kitchen is exceptionally well equipped - this house is so much more than 'home from home'.
The second living-room is ideal for children and adults alike.
Christmas at Middle Weaver is something very special. A perfect multi-generational place to stay to celebrate the festive season.
There are doors leading directly outside to one of the seating areas and of course the hot tub.
Bespoke fitted cupboards house the microwave as well as plenty of storage space.
The kitchen area links to the snug through these ancient structural beams.
This is the snug - adjoining the kitchen with the historic beams of the farmhouse separating the two spaces.
The beautiful fitted kitchen really is at the heart of the household.
The downstairs cloakroom also houses a super size fridge/freezer as well as additional storage.
This is the ground floor bedroom with en suite facilities, a separate shower-room and WC.
The ground floor bedroom has direct access to one of the wonderful terraces.
This is the master bedroom. A stunning high room with solid wood floors, high ceilings with beams and a brand new en suite shower-room.
The master bedroom with its super-king sized bed is a real statement.
Another view of the bedroom, the door to the right leads to the en suite shower-room.
This is the wonderful en suite shower-room.
This is the twin bedroom - it also has amazing high ceilings and beams to really celebrate the character of this historic property.
There are views over the gardens from this bedroom.
Also along the corridor of this ancient Devon Longhouse is the family bathroom.
The family bathroom has a stunning roll top bath.
This is the fourth of the double bedrooms. Beautiful.
Another view of the fourth double bedroom.
At the end of the first floor corridor is the fifth double bedroom.
The fifth bedroom has its one en suite shower-room.
This is the corridor that links all the first floor bedrooms of this historic Devon Longhouse.
There is a games-room in one of the outbuildings which all ages will enjoy using.
Middle Weaver is not overlooked at all - it is surrounded by fields and open countryside.
Another view of the oak-framed garden/dining-room. Take care with small children as there is a drop from the edge of the lawn to the path around this part of the building.
The path runs around the outside of the house - do take care of the steps and the drop from the garden if you have small children with you.
At the back of the farmhouse there is a large open terrace.
There is a wildlife pond which is fully fenced. Do enjoy seeing the ducks but please do not let children climb over. The peacock is a visitor here too!
The wildlife pond is fully fenced.
There are several outdoor seating areas so that you can follow the sun from sunrise to sunset.
This historic farmhouse has a contemporary twist with this oak-framed garden/dining-room.
The amazing hot tub with countryside views beyond it.
The top lawns have a delightful Wendy House for children to play in (the raised flower bed in front of the house to the right of the photo includes a shallow goldfish pond, so please take care)
There is a sweeping driveway up to the farmhouse.
The Jurassic Coast is a short drive away, stretching along the East Devon and Dorset coastline.
You will not be far from the seaside. This is Lyme Regis.
There are so many wonderful places to explore from this east Devon base.
The coast is dotted with little fishing villages such as Beer and Branscombe.
The stunning east Devon and Dorset Jurassic Coast is waiting to be explored.

Middle Weaver Farm


7.7 miles W of Honiton / Sleeps 10 + cot

7 Nights from £1610 - £3500

The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.

Nearest pub

The Keepers Cottage Inn (2 miles)

A family run pub and restaurant which offers local ales and ciders to compliment the locally sourced menu.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mr Goodall July 2013

Keepers Cottage

Excellent food and service

Nearest beach

Branscombe Beach (14 miles)

A long shingle mile long beach stretching from Branscombe to Beer Head. You can walk there along the coastal path or park in the nearby car park (charges apply). There are facilities nearby and a dog exercise area.

Nearest walk

Ashclyst Forest (4 miles)

Part of the impressive Killerton estate, you'll find miles of footpaths to choose from here. Look out for the wide variety of butterflies, bluebells and birds as you explore. Car parking is available for a £2 donation.

Nearest town

Honiton (7 ½ miles)

Once famous for lace-making, now renowned for its busy antiques trade. Georgian houses line the streets and give Honiton the perfect atmosphere for a spot of antique shopping.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Webb November 2017

Lots of character

Lots of small local shops to enjoy in this small town

Also nearby

The Wyndham Arms (3 miles)

A refurbished Grade II Listed historic coaching inn where families and dogs are welcome and free internet access is available.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Shipway July 2018

Great Food - reasonably priced

We visited this pub twice during our stay at Snaffles Lodge. Both times we ate from the new summer menu. All the food was very good and well presented. We had for starters the scallops, the octopus and the duck - all yummy. And mains we went for the steak, the veggie noodles, the chicken Caesar salad , the Parmesan chicken and not forgetting the fish and chips. All were just perfect, if this is a temporary menu whist they attract new owners, then I can’t wait to go back and try the full one later. Highly recommended

Killerton House and Gardens (4 ¾ miles)

A fine example of 18th Century architecture, Killerton House is home to a vast collection of period costumes - 9,000 items in all - spanning the fashions of the past 200 years. The gardens are the star of the show at Killerton. Beautiful all year round, they put on a wonderful display of rhododendrons and magnolias, set against the backdrop of Devon's rolling countryside. Open-air theatre is hosted here during the summer.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Anna H February 2014

Really great for out of season walks - acres of woodland on the hill behind the house - discover that the hill is actually an iron age fort ! make sure you wear wellies at this time of year !

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

May 2011

wonderful gardens, beautifully maintained and worth a visit.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Lloyd July 2010

One of Devon's great estates, Killerton was given to the National Trust by Sir Richard Acland. The famous garden was created by John Veitch and is beautiful all year round.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

January 2009

A National Trust property with beautiful gardens in rolling Devon countryside. Lovely for a walk in any season.
- J M Wynne

Knightshayes Court (8 ¾ miles)

A wonderful Gothic pile with stunning formal gardens and beautiful interiors. The walled garden provides produce for the Stables restaurant where you can watch the gardeners at work or explore the woodland walks.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs George May 2014

Free parking and walk for dog

We couldn't go in as we had the dog with us, but the car park was free and there's a nice woodland walk off the car park where dogs can walk off the lead. Nice setting and surrounding countryside.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Drewett September 2012


One of the best national trust properties we've ever been to, something for all ages. The gardens are fantastic and offer both formal and woodland styles. Well worth a visit!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

May 2012

Beautiful gardens!

The gardens are the jewel of this property, with many different areas; woodland, formal garden, meadow, parkland and a stunning restored kitchen garden which provides produce for the lovely stables restaurant. Highly recommended and really easy access from the M5.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Lloyd July 2010

One of the finest surviving Gothic Revival houses, this rare example of the work of eccentric architect William Burges has extraordinary medieval romantic interiors. The beautiful garden includes a kitchen garden.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

April 2009

Glorious garden. Monster house, but interesting contents.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Simon Tregoning July 2008

Good National Trust property

Interesting house and gardens, even kept the kids going for two hours.

Flaming Tar Barrels (6 ¼ miles)

17 wooden barrels are coated in tar, set alight and carted shoulder-high through the streets of the town. Yes, on fire. It’s been a tradition since 1605-ish and probably started to brace the town for the imminent invasion of the Spanish Armada.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

January 2011


This really is a spectacular event. The atmosphere is electric as locals hurtle through the streets with the flaming barrels hoisted onto their backs. Thousands of people come to witness the tradition each year - if you don't like crowds, then this is probably not the event for you, but you can take refuge by the huge bonfire, which has to be one of the largest and most impressive in the South West, if not the country.

Tiverton Castle (8 miles)

Originally built for Henry I, this castle encompasses 900 years of history. Worth a visit to see the romantic ruins and beautiful walled gardens and you can book a stay through Classic Cottages as there are several cottages and apartments available. Tours can be booked in advance, with limited availability.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

March 2010

You can even stay here through Classic Cottages!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

May 2009

A really nice place for children to visit, very hands on. Visitors can try on Civil War armour, see the medieval loos, learn about the 900 years of history, the ghosts, secret passages; beautiful garden. Very moderate admission prices, and excellent value for money. Free visitor parking inside.

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