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 oak 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 smart TV with a DVD player and a 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, lit by an overhead lantern. The kitchen is stylish, traditional in feel, 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 leather sofa, and plenty of space to put the guest bed (for a small child), 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 !