The Weir House is designed with laid-back living in mind.  The house has four bedrooms – named after the spices that are cultivated in the surrounding region.  Kurundu (Cinnamon), Inguru (Ginger), and Karabu (Cloves) sleep 2 people in each, while the larger room Sadikka (Nutmeg) can comfortably accommodate four people. Bedrooms open into gardens or verandahs where you can dawdle over a morning cup of coffee.  Each bedroom has an en-suite bathroom – with hot water showers powered by solar energy.

The house has a spacious living room with 270-degree views.  The living room is equipped with all the necessary modern day comforts, including cable TV, a DVD player, and a stereo with an Ipod connection. 

The house has its own manager, cook and two other staff members, who will be happy to help you with your needs. 

Gardens

There are three main gardens – replete with fruit trees and indigenous plants. Mornings are heralded in with a chorus of birdsong – and early-risers are rewarded by sightings of myriad varieties of birds. 

Benches are tucked away in different corners of the gardens, allowing you to steal away with a good book – or just spend time meditating on the landscape.   The shallow pool with in-built Jacuzzi spouts offers a cool respite from any arduous activities that you may have indulged in during the day. 

Beyond the gardens the property stretches uphill.  Pathways lead you to the furthest corners of the Weir House. If you are curious about the origins of your morning brew or the contents of your pepper mill – a quick exploration of our small-scale pepper and coffee plantation will prove to be quite educational. Our gardener will also be happy to walk you around our vegetable and indigenous herb gardens.

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Front View
Front View
Front View
Front View
Front View
Front View