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All reviews weeping ash own produce home produced dry cured bacon dressing room lovely hosts off the beaten track roast pork lovely quiet location beautiful countryside following morning happily stay again top marks family room easter break cornish countryside kippers
We stayed at Smeaton Farm for just 1 night whilst on a business trip in the area. The minute we drove down the drive we knew we were going to love it! Neatly gravelled driveways and flowers are the perfect welcome. The rooms were spotless....More
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Response from holidaysandme, Owner at Smeaton FarmResponded 4 May 2018
Thank you for taking time to write a review of your stay with us. We really are so pleased that you enjoyed it so much. Our aim is for every single guest to have every need looked after and we achieve this by...More
Beautiful B&B with high standards. The family room is very spacious with a double bed and 2 singles. The biggest asset is the view as the house is surrounded by lush hilly fields and waking up to the sight of lambs and cows is really...More
We stayed here for B&B for 2 nights. Completely faultless from the charming host,lovely bedroom and superb views with tiny lambs. Great breakfast mostly from Richard's own produce. Towels changed daily.Comfortable relaxed and friendly atmosphere. If you are coming to Saltash you must stay here....More
Thank you Richard for a superb stay. Well decorated bedroom, with spacious en-suite bathroom in character house. Sarrounded around fields with amazing views, peaceful and quiet. Delicious cooked breakfast. Would highly recommend.
We stayed one night in Weeping ash. We enjoyed a very good dinner, a good night's sleep and a slap up English breakfast. I particularly liked the dry cured bacon. The evening roast was cooked the way my mother did it, long and slow for...More
Thanks very much for your enquiry. We do not allow dogs in the house I'm afraid, but lots of our guests let their.dogs sleep in the car which can be parked right below your bedroom window in our parking area.
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"For £5 extra we chose the family room and was able to make use of the spare bed for leaving your case open."