Weir House, set in its own pretty garden, is the biggest and most beautiful of all our cottages.
In fact it’s so big, with five en-suite bedrooms, a games room, a drawing room and a dining room, as well as a big kitchen that the word cottage is a bit of a misnomer.
The private drive to Weir House is flanked by yew hedges, and leads to a formal gravelled forecourt with box hedges and topiary, and a huge magnolia growing up over the front door.
There is a flagged entrance hall with stairs leading up to a galleried landing lit by a round oeil de boeuf window and a large hall lantern. There’s a much loved rocking horse, a doll’s house in a little alcove in the hall, and under the stairs, the children’s den, with dressing-up clothes and a puppet theatre. Two windows look out onto the croq...More