The Farmhouse

Nether Kinneil Farmhouse is bed & breakfast accommodation run by Gina & Simon overlooking the Firth of Forth in Central Scotland.

Although not now a working farm, Gina grows some of their own vegetables and keeps a flock of 50+ free-range hens so there is always an available supply of eggs used both in the house and regularly supplied to local residents who stop by to pick them up.

They are also available over the counter from the Corbie Inn on the way into the town centre.

The Accommodation

The farmhouse accommodation offers 4 double bedrooms, 2 with en-suite. There is a cosy snug with log burner and a well equipped kitchen for all to use and with generous outdoor space there is plenty of space to enjoy and relax in.

Peaceful setting amongst countryside yet only minutes away from all Ineos gates and other sites.

Contractor’s Home from Home

Simon as a contractor himself, is well aware of the difficulties of working away from home.
Simon Stewart your hostFor 10 years he worked contracts to fund his and partner, Gina’s, passion for travelling around the world.

In 2005 they moved to Bo’ness buying a property close to the town centre and opened their home to quests.

Abandoning their nomadic lifestyle they deciding to put down permanent roots buying Nether Kinneil Farmhouse in 2011 just a few miles west of Bo’ness.

The property offered the opportunity of expanding the facilities they could offer contractors and guests but there was a lot of work needing done before officially opening.

Fortunately, Simon was able to put his contracting skills to good use and after 2 years of renovation they created a comfortable, relaxed atmosphere keeping in mind their guests needs while working away from home.

And, their commitment was confirmed when they celebrated their wedding on the farm in 2014.

Kinneil Farmhouse Postbox & Chickens
Gina & Simon Wedding

Nether Kinneil Farmhouse

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