The Lodge Self-Catering
The lodge is completely rebuilt on the foundations of three 19th century famine cottages with panoramic windows which open onto an ever-changing ocean. Clever design has ensured that all the main living spaces experience uninterrupted views of the bay.
If sitting in a bay window with views on three sides is not close enough to nature, and if the weather is behaving itself, you can slip through the glass doors and dine al-fresco from the grand rustic refectory table. Curl up in front of a roaring open fire with a glass of hearty red and nothing but the sound of crashing waves on the shore in the background, or slide back the large glass doors, breathe in that salty air, and throw another mackerel on the barbecue.
Neutral colours, warm pine panelling and under floor heating feature here and throughout the home. All the bedrooms are en-suite with stylish modern bathrooms and mosaic tiled floors.