Light and airy seaside cottage with lots of character. Built in around 1900, it was originally home to one of the local coastguards who were stationed in the village. Cosy and comfortable sitting room with log burner. Open plan kitchen diner opening in to the sunny sheltered garden. The kitchen is well equipped, with microwave, electric oven, washer dryer and dishwasher. There is a double bedroom and a single room with bunk beds. The family bathroom is downstairs,and we have an upstairs toilet.
The Nook is re open for bookings from 4th July.This bright and clean cottage is close to the wide open spaces of the Nature Reserve and the beach. The Nook is a cosy bolthole in summer and winter.Situated at the end of a quiet unmade road The Nook has a spacious open plan living/kitchen area with french doors opening onto the courtyard garden. Fully equipped kitchen with range cooker,dishwasher and fridges.Comfortable beds with feather duvets ,short walk to beach.
Modernised, fully equipped, 1920s cottage. Light, bright, warm and cosy. 50m from the dunes and 80m from the beach. Set in a lovely garden, south facing, great to sit out. Parking x 2 cars Ideal for two adults or two adults with max 2 u11 children (on bunk beds). Garden games, buckets/spades Shops 50m, takeaways, pubs and restaurants close by. WiFi, TV, DVD Ideal for a quiet time away, walking, painting or photography or just reflecting on life.