A lovely detached cottage with secluded gardenIdeal for couples or families, with a master bedroom, bathroom and kitchen/diner downstairs and a twin bedroom and living room upstairs. Central heating and free Wi-fi.Coach House Cottage is situated next door to The Snug, tucked up a quiet lane moments from the beach. Master BedroomThe master bedroom is downstairs and has a king sized bed. This room has a wonderful large arched window which was originally the coach house door. BathroomNext door to the master bedroom is the bright, newly fitted bathroom. There is a bath with over-bath electric shower..
Coach House CottageThis cottage was originally the coach house for the large mansion on the shore front. There are still many original features dotted around, such as the cast iron hay feeder for the horses and the large arched window which once allowed access for the coaches.
Parking: There is a small parking space at Coach House Cottage, suitable for one small car. Otherwise there is a large layby at the foot of Trinity Lane that guests are welcome to use (approx 20 metres from the cottage, with streetlighting).
Kitchen/DinerAlso downstairs is the kitchen/diner. This has just been fully modernised and is bright and welcoming with a window looking out over the garden. There is a table with seating for 4 people, electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, toaster, kettle and Nespresso coffee maker.
Upstairs is the second bedroom, which is a bright twin room with two single beds. There is a window to the front with views over the lane to the hills. Travel cot, stair gate and high-chair available on request.
Next to the twin bedroom is the living room which has a couple of comfy sofas, hi-fi, smart TV and DVD player. With patio style doors and a large window, it’s a bright room with views over the nearby tennis courts to the hills.
Accessed from the rear hallway, the garden is a secluded little space where you can enjoy a quiet drink, a peaceful moment, and hopefully see one of the red squirrels who are regular visitors.