Part of this famous grade Two listed Manor has been converted by Mike and Vicki Sparey, who would like to offer a warm welcome to all future guests.
We have a range of single and double bedrooms and a superior double with the flexibility of an adjoining room with two single beds.
All rooms have been furnished to a high standard each with modern en-suite, tea /coffee making facilities and flat screen TV.
We offer full English breakfast as well as a range of cereals and fresh fruit, some special diets can be catered for with priory arrangement on booking.
Packed lunches would be available with 24 hours prior notice.
Weston Manor was built in 1871 by William George Ward and his wife Francis Mary Ward. Situated on Moon’s Hill the manor commands extensive views of inland west Wight and beyond to the Solent.
The Manor is located 3.56 miles from Yarmouth ferry terminal.
A private chapel was built for the family and is now listed as a heritage site by the National Trust, decorated in the medieval style of A.W.Pugin it is the only example of its kind in England.
The Famous poet Sir Alfred Lord Tennyson was a close friend and neighbour and the two would have spent many quiet and reflective moments in the house.
With a charter going back to 1135 Yarmouth is the oldest town on the island, a delightful place and popular yachting centre. It is surrounded by the sea on one side and the river Yar on the other.
The Needles Park Alum Bay
Extraordinary attractions in this astounding setting, the famous chair lift provides views of the needles rocks, Alum bay and the needles lighthouse. Many more exciting attractions on offer so visit www.theneedles .co.uk
Compton Bay, National Trust
A fabulous stretch of red and gold sand is backed by substantial cliffs and has magnificent views at sunset. Only 10 Minutes from Weston Manor.
Cliff top gardens overlooking the dramatic southwest coast with unique attractions for all the family, once the haunt of smugglers and wreckers now a fantasy park just the place for a family day out.
Built around the river medina located in the centre of the island, a mix of bustling streets with cafes, shops, pubs and restaurants, theatres, cinemas and galleries.
147 Meters above sea level the cliffs reach their highest point. There you will find a memorial erected for Alfred Lord Tennyson the famous poet laureate. The area draws thousands of visitors a year who come to enjoy the magnificent coastal walks and panoramic views, only a few minutes walk from Weston Manor.
For bookings please contact us on 01983 755754