Beside the front door, there is a “bink”. This is the local name for the stone seat where you can sit, relax and watch the world go by, or paint whilst you enjoy the views. The cottage and bink is featured in a famous photo taken by Frank Meadow Sutcliffe, a copy of which is on the mantleshelf above the fire. There are two permits in the cottage allowing parking on the harbour near the life boat house, only a few yards from the cottage, should it be needed.
NB/ This cottage is centuries old and therefore, the steps may not be suitable for those with mobility difficulties and young children.
Beamed ceilings throughout and ships timbers. Central heating from controllable radiators. Electricity (included in the tariff), first supply of fuel in the winter months, bed linen, duvets and pillows are provided but please bring your own towels and tea towels.