Layout

Ground floor

Front door and Hallway

Ok, so in through the front door and the small hallway provides coat hanging, brollies and a space to shelter before opening the door into the lounge. Oak floor underfoot.

Front door and Hallway

Lounge

The lounge has a free standing woodburner with an exposed chimney sitting on a small tiled hearth. There is plenty of firewood in the kitchen and this fire will more than warm you up. There is also electric heating plus an oak floor with underfloor heating. There is a large flat screen TV with freeview channels as well as SKY and also a DVD player and a selection of our flicks for you to sit down for. There is an authentic 1960s three piece suite in blue together with a coffee table. There are three pieces of original art in this room. A window looks on to the fascinating high street and frames the gift shop beautifully.

Lounge

Dining Room

A set of double doors open into the dining room and if you wish you can keep these open for a large through space. A large oak dining table provides for up to ten and we supply a highchair as needed. A couple of occasional tables provide games and reading in the drawers. There are several limited edition prints on the walls as well as the Harman Kardon Onyx bluetooth speaker system and a habitat floor lamp. and there is a door through to the kitchen. A large window looks on to the deck and yard, the Beck and houses on Cowbar and beyond. Stairs from the dining room lead up to the first floor

Dining Room

Kitchen

Light and airy newly fitted (2019) kitchen

The kitchen has all the cupboard space you need and contains a wide variety of cooking tools, cooker, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. A splendid chef block has a coffee bean grinder and filter coffee maker. There is a microwave plus Dualit toaster, blender and kettle. A window overlooks the deck and yard and a door leads outside.

Kitchen
Kitchen

First floor

Bedroom 1

The first bedroom has two single brass beds plus an open clothes rail, side tables and lamps. An original wood floor and rug provide underfoot comfort and a large window looks onto the beck.

Bedroom 1

Bedroom 2

Next door is the largest bedroom with a kingsize bed, dressing table, chest and wardrobe. Original paintings adorn the walls and there are two large windows overlooking the high street. Habitat lamps provide the ambience and a wood cot is available for this room. A solid oak floor plus some comfy rugs help to set the scene in here.

Bedroom 2

Bathroom

This contains a bath, overhead shower, toilet and basin. There is also a laundry cupboard with a washing machine, iron and ironing board and cleaning equipment.

Stairs to first floor

Up the first flight of stairs to the first floor where you will find the bathroom. The landing has more original art on the walls plus a large mirror and side table.

Second floor

Stairs to second floor

Up the second flight of stairs to the second floor where you will first see a large landing window with a view of the Beck and Cowbar. A window chair provides you with a place to sit and contemplate the view whatever the time of day. Some limited edition prints provide local scenes but pride of place is the commissioned picture of ‘Pelican’ by Jo le Bouder.

Bedroom 3

With great views of the Beck and Old Jack’s house this bedroom has two single beds, a wardrobe and side table, plus one or two surprise toys (for all ages). A new solid wood floor provides a fresh look.

Bedroom 3

Bedrooms 4

The final bedroom has a kingsize bed, chest and open clothes rail. It too has an original wood floor with rugs to add to the comfort. Of course there is a limited edition print on the wall and two large windows again overlooking the high street and great views round the corner.

Bedrooms 4

Shower room

This room has a spotlit contemporary feel with a large walk in shower, toilet and basin. A large mirror and tiled floor finish it off.

Outside

Deck and Yard

The small yard is ideally formed for morning coffee, a barbecue at teatime or a glass of wine at dusk. It’s completely decked and has tall and short planters and bench as well table seating. The path and gate belong to Pelican and lead to the start of the harbour wall and the Beck. At full tide the boats bob right there and the bridge leads over to Cowbar. Turn left for Old Jack’s house or right for the other side of the harbour and the lifeboat station.

Deck and Yard