Weston Manor Bed & Breakfast

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Moonshill
Totland
Isle of Wight
England
PO39 0HF

Weston Manor Bed & Breakfast, Totland

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Weston Manor was built in 1871 by William George Ward and his wife Francis Mary Ward. Situated on Moonshill Weston Manor boasts its own private Chapel listed as a heritage site by the National Trust. Decorated in the medieval style of AW Pugin the chapel is the only example of its kind in England.

Lovingly overseen by owners Mike and Vicki Sparey Weston Manor offers a wide range of single and double rooms each with modern en suite facilities and furnished to high standards. We strive to provide our guests with high quality holidays accommodation away from the city.NOT ONE SLOPING CEILING.

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