About the House


The house is a 60s Scandinavian style bungalow,

not a traditional cottage.

We put a grass roof on recently.

It is cosy,

tasteful (featured in House and Garden),

and easy to manage.


There is a big living room with sheepskins, a swing and an open fire.

The living room links to the dining room/kitchen area. The table seats up to eight.

There are 3 bedrooms, sleeping seven.

The conservatory at the front of the house is a wonderful place to watch the sun go down over the hills.

The paved patio area out back leads down to a small grassy garden with a swing seat and a glorious view of the bay.


Sea view from patio

Sea view from main bedroom


View from back window

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Sitting room, fire, sheepskins, swing

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Kitchen table with sea view. Looking towards the kitchen area.


1 double bed room with sea view

1 twin / double bedded room

1 three bedded bunk room

1 couch in conservatory, 1 extra Z bed, 1 (old ) travelcot

Huge living/dining area with sea views

Warm, bright conservatory

Secluded sunny patio with sea view

Small grassed area with swing seat

Duvets, blankets and bed linen supplied

2 electric blankets

Open fire for peat, coal, driftwood...(get your own)

Night storage heaters (cheap to run) and 2 plug-in heaters (expensive)

Fridge and freezer

Gas cooker

Powerful shower, hot towel rail

Parking space

(No phone but one can be plugged in (and metered) if essential, and there’s a second socket e.g. for a modem.

Mobile reception very poor; but okay on high ground 1 mile from cottage

NB No TV, nor (for local eco-reasons) a washing machine or dishwasher