The ground floor is huge and open-plan, split into two sections – the living area at the front, divided from the kitchen/dining area at the rear by the staircase. The living area is very spacious and beautifully presented, with a large wood-burning stove in an original stone fireplace. All the walls on the ground floor are exposed stone and the floors are slate tiled. There is a large flat-screen TV with a DVD player and an extensive collection of DVDs. There is ample seating, with two large three-seater leather sofas and a large rug in front of the fireplace. Overhead track-lighting is attached to the original wooden beams, and there are also several lamps. The twin windows at the front offer a spectacular view of the medieval Pele Tower opposite the cottage, while a side window offers another view of the pretty cottage garden next door at Anchor Cottage. There are sea-views from the living area too !
The kitchen/diner also has exposed stone walls, a slate-tiled floor and a spectacular sea view. There is a large dining table which easily seats six. The kitchen is stylish, clean, unfussy, and well-equipped, with electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. There is a back door leading through to a small lobby/boot-room, which in turn leads out to the back garden and the ‘Bank Top’ (water’s edge) where there is a private bench belonging to the cottage.
On the first floor, the master bedroom is huge and airy, with a king-size bed and a TV. There are storage cupboards, a dressing table and stool, as well as a small sofa, and plenty of space to put the guest bed, should you need it. This bedroom has the same great view as the living area, of the Pele Tower opposite. The second bedroom has two single beds and a wardrobe, and enjoys the spectacular sea view from the back of the cottage.
The bathroom has a bath, basin and WC, as well as a shower cubicle with an electric shower. Even the bathroom has a sea view through a quirky 'arrow-slit' window !