In 1972 this traditional two storey house was nothing but a pigsty. But look at it now. With a mix of modern amenities, contemporary art and a good selection of bric-a-brac you will find it cosy and homely.
From the courtyard you enter into an open plan kitchen-dining-living area with sea views and exposed stone walls.This cottage style apartment features high beamed ceilings and a large stone fire place. The dining area has large pine dresser, complete with a collection of blue china and a family dining table. The living area has comfy sofas and a rocking chair by the window so you can watch the tide come in. There is a flat screen TV and a book exchange. The walls are decorated with a mix of wicker wreaths, nautical charts and contemporary art.
Up the blue ‘childproof’ stairs are the master bedroom with a king size bed and its own spacious ensuite shower room, a twin room with antique brass bedsteads and room for a cot, tongue and groove ceiling and pine wardrobe. The additional large family bathroom makes it suitable for families with small children or four adults. Sleeps 4 plus a baby in a cot.
Additional amenities for B&B guests
Fresh flowers on the table, tea and coffee making facilities with fresh milk and homemade biscuits in the kitchen, complimentary sherry and the latest glossy magazines in the living area and Voya amenities in the bathroom.