A unique 18th-century house which was once a fish drying house; situated in a dream location right on the beach overlooking the working harbour. Surrounded by cliffs, this the perfect place to come for a delightful escape.
With walks from your door through beautiful coastal scenery, outdoor enthusiasts on two and four legs will be in heaven! Start the adventure walking just under a mile along a track as there is no vehicle access to the house. Passing through the smugglers tunnel to exit onto the beach, this is a truly unique holiday home overlooking the Harbour. Hear the waves from your bed as you drift off to sleep and wake with a walk along the shore to feel the sand between your toes.
Within this lovingly restored house, with many of its original features preserved, find contemporary styling complementing wooden beams, cream walls and characterful, homely touches. Sleeping five in three charming bedrooms, it is perfect for friends, family and one four-pawed pal looking for peace and quiet in a secluded, beautiful location.
Discard boots in the hallway and head to the open-plan kitchen/diner, which is cosy yet spacious with comfy seats next to the wood burner providing the perfect place to curl up and read a good book. Prepare yourself a tasty meal and gather at the dining table for sociable mealtimes. On warm days, open the French doors and let the fresh air flood in as the kids potter in and out. Upstairs, the large spacious lounge, also with a wood burner, takes full advantage of the stunning coastal scenery, offering fantastic sunsets and sunrises. Settle down with a movie as your pup curls up in front of the flickering flames before retreating for a peaceful nights sleep.
Outside, the front-facing, lawned garden has views across the harbour and beach. In the evening, sizzle up the BBQ and relax in peace and quiet. Due to this property’s remote position, there is no vehicular access to the house; parking is available in the village, 0.75 miles away, where there is also a village shop.