The cottage door opens into the brick and glass conservatory. Here, protected from wind, rain or sun and with wooden box benches topped with cushions around two sides, you can sit and look out to the garden and sea beyond. A large round table makes this a great place for eating, reading or creative seaside projects.
A hallway with ample hooks for coats and space for shoes leads into the comfortable sitting room. Big squidgy sofas, heaps of cushions, books, games, a television, warm rugs, good lighting and a wood burning stove make this room a delightfully relaxing space.
The kitchen and dining room is open plan and very efficiently laid out to include an oven, hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. The white marble topped work-space has a window looking straight out to sea and makes the kitchen an inspiring place for cooking. The draws and cupboards are filled with all the equipment you need. There are cookery books and a cupboard full of condiments.
The dining room holds space for the nine occupants and under the atmospheric lighting is the perfect place for leisurely eating or to look out to the idyllic garden and sea view beyond.
A wet room / downstairs loo comes complete with a Belfast sink, ideal for rinsing the salt and sand from adults, children, dogs and wetsuits.