Weirford House

Sampford Courtenay, Okehampton, Devon, EX20 2SY

Set in one of the prettiest villages in West Devon
Weirford House is a secluded 200 year old stone and cob converted self catering barn, in the historic village of Sampford Courtenay. It is set within a large garden with many wild areas including a wildflower meadow and stream, in all totalling 4 acres which you are welcome to use and enjoy.

Your accommodation is in the Garden Barn which is situated across a walled courtyard in an old stone and cob barn. This is fully modernised to a high standard and provides ideal accommodation for a couple or small family.

The bedroom has a king sized bed and an en-suite shower room. All linen and toiletries are provided including towels and dressing gowns. The sitting room has a fully equipped kitchen and dining area with oven, hob, microwave, slow cooker and coffee pod machine. A comfortable sofa bed can provide extra sleeping for an additional family member or two children. There is a large television in the sitting room and a smaller wall mounted one in the bedroom.


GBP60 - GBP70 per night or GBP350 - GBP435 per week
Bed and Breakfast Rate GBP80 - GBP90 per night

Plus GBP15 per extra adult, children under 12 GBP10, under 5's free.
Single person occupancy: GBP70 per night
Weirford House is located in Sampford Courtenay - one of the prettiest villages in West Devon. It is in a conservation area and is totally unspoilt with a predominance of ancient thatched cottages and a historic church. There is a good village pub, just two minutes' walk away.

The village has a fascinating history as it was the home of the Prayer Book Rebellion of 1549 and the final battle was fought here. Weirford House is near the centre of the village and benefits from far reaching uninterrupted views of the Devon countryside. Many visitors comment on the peace and quiet of our surroundings.

We are ten minutes from the A30 at Whiddon Down, half an hour from Exeter and ten minutes from Okehampton with its new railway service to Exeter, the Dartmoor Line. The village is well situated for touring as just ten minutes' drive will take you to the northern edge of Dartmoor. The north and south Devon coasts and Exmoor National Park are within easy reach. It is also easy to pop over the border into Cornwall and explore both the north and south coasts. We have lived here for twenty years but still find new places to enjoy if we have a free day.
Accommodation Amenities
  • Accessible
  • Barbeque
  • Children Welcome
  • Dog Friendly
  • Shower
  • Sleeps up to 4
  • Sun Terrace/Patio/Decking
  • TV
  • Well Equipped Kitchen
  • WiFi

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