The terrace is a lovely spot to watch the world go by or eat and drink al fresco. The cottage outlook is peaceful, positioned on the quiet side of the harbour with the cafes, pubs and
restaurants being within strolling distance across the quayside. You may be lucky enough to catch the Royal National Lifeboat Institution
(RNLI) running through their practice drills as the lifeboat station is situated just below the cottage.
This is a comfortable space with both modern and vintage furnishings. There is a good selection of books, fiction and non fiction. There are also lots of books for younger children plus a blanket box full of traditional board games, playing cards and a few toys. The cottage is hooked up to super fast broadband which serves the smart TV very well.
The kitchen has been handcrafted from local materials. Built from reclaimed timber and slate it perfectly reflects the character of this unique building while providing all the facilities you would expect, including a dishwasher. Alongside the kitchen sits a bespoke dining table that affords diners a view over the lounge to the beach and quay. Even if you're busy cooking dinner you are still involved in conversations from the lounge below and even the terrace.
A cosy room at the back of the cottage with bunk beds. Perfect for children, but with plenty of room for the more adventurous adult.
Situated on the ground floor, this spacious bedroom contains a queen size bed, freestanding wardrobe and french doors that open onto the front garden with views onto the quayside. There is also direct access to the wet room, downstairs WC and sink. A good, self contained space.
It is difficult to say which is the master bedroom as both double rooms are of a good size. With views out onto the quayside, the Verity statue and the sea beyond, this bright and comfortable room has ample built in storage. With king size bed and day bed, there is plenty of room to relax. Situated upstairs, opposite the main bathroom and next to the bunk bed room, this is a great area for families with young children.
The cottage is equipped with a modern wet room on the ground floor with overhead drench shower, hose and massage jets as well as a seperate family bathroom on the first floor fitted with antique cast iron claw foot bath and reclaimed edwardian sink and brassware.
On the ground floor there is a utility room with a washing machine and tumble dryer as well as a second toilet and reclaimed butler sink with slate work surfaces. A door leads to the garage from here so you can bring wetsuits or boots straight in without having to go through the house.