The cottage

Nelson’s Rest is a charming, stylish Victorian cottage with period features including wooden floors, sash windows and original fireplaces. The two bedroom self catering cottage has been tastefully decorated to reflect its seaside location and filled with vintage finds.

The cottage is a calm, welcoming space in which friends and family can relax together. Light floods into the kitchen and dining room and the bedrooms have great views. The main bedroom looks out across rooftops to the church opposite and the back bedroom across the wisteria fringed walls of the Conservation Area. The cottage is equipped with the latest technology including Wi-Fi, 3D tv and ipod docking station and a welcome basket awaits you.


In the dining room there is a large, wooden country style dining table next to a fireplace with a cast iron range. This table is perfect for enjoying meals or simply use it for board games, card games and fun kids activities. On warm days relax with the kitchen stable door open to the courtyard…take a fresh cafetiere or pot of tea outside to enjoy in the sunshine. Later in the day, heat up the coals and grill some locally sourced fresh fish and relax to the sounds of the gulls calling overhead. There is rear access to the courtyard to store bikes and is completely enclosed for your privacy.


The main bedroom has a king size bed and the back bedroom can be a twin or a double (king) as you choose. Coastal style throws cover the beds and there is plenty of space for hanging clothes. Both bedrooms feature cast iron fireplaces. Retro chairs and framed local prints add further character.  Bed linen and towels are provided. A cot can be provided on request.


The sitting room can be used for relaxing whether this is watching the 3D TV, making use of the free Wi-Fi service or  enjoying a book from our library. Children can pick a DVD from our selection, or play with the supplied games & toys.

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