The entrance to Weirholme Annex is in Burlington Grove through a wooden gate. When turning into Burlington Grove from Landkey Road, park at the first opportunity on the right. The entrance to Weirholme Annex will be there through a wooden gate with the Weirholme Annex sign.
With a popular school nearby, it is advised to avoid the times of the school run (2.45pm – 3:30pm during school terms) when travelling by car.
Our regular check-in times are weekdays between 5pm and 7pm. Please contact us if you require alternative check-in times.
Please be aware that all bookings are subject to an ongoing risk assessment and may change on short notice. Please be prepared for a level of uncertainty. Nonetheless, be assured that we do our upmost to make your visit as enjoyable as possible.
Please be aware of the following:
Weirholme Annex is an annex to Weirholme « historically referred to it as Burlington Villa » a late Regency villa in leafy area about one mile from the town centre of town and deep rooted in time. It is a fine Grade II listed building which has retained a lot of its original features. The spacious walled gardens with mature plants and trees provide an urban sanctuary for wildlife and birds.
The accommodation is in an annex building over two floors. Downstairs is a garden room with access to a walled garden and upstairs a bedroom with a king-size bed. Many guests have commented that the situation and the furnishings ensure a peaceful rest at night.
The Tarka Trail [Sustrans] and NCN Route 3
Land's End to John o' Groats [Sustrans], NCN Route 27
Devon Coast to Coast [Sustrans] cycling paths can be accessed about 100 yards away from the property via the old train line.
We provide safe storage for your bicycles.