The House


Sheviock Barton is situated in the centre of the small unspoiled village of Sheviock, directly opposite the thirteenth century church. It reputedly stands on the site of the earlier medieval manor house of Sheviock. The current 300 year-old house has been totally but sympathetically restored, with full central heating. All around there are large gardens and grounds, with masses of parking and an adjoining paddock.


Full English breakfast is served in the large farmhouse kitchen, with oak beams, flagstone floors and four-oven AGA.


Guests have their own relaxing sitting room with flagstone floor, beautiful Laura Ashley wallpaper, with heavy calico curtains, off-white sofas and church candles.


We offer four guest bedrooms: an en-suite family room, two en-suite double rooms (one downstairs) and a twin room with private bathroom. All bedrooms and the sitting room have televisions. Tea and coffee is always available in the hallway.


We like to offer the home-from-home approach and, with the 'secret key' you can come and go as you please.


For everyone's comfort, we have a no-smoking policy in the house.