Eliza’s Croft sleeps four, and with its picture windows shares its stunning views of Carn Galver and the Atlantic Ocean with the cattle that graze nearby. Three steps lead up to the entrance hall of this idyllic retreat, decorated and furnished with flair, where guests are assured of a peaceful and comfortable break.
Tucked away behind the owners granite farmhouse stands Eliza’s Croft. Three steps lead up to the rear entrance porch. The accommodation is all on one level with an open plan living room with kitchen and dining areas. From here guests can enjoy stunning panoramic views of the open moorland, ancient field formations and the Atlantic Ocean.
There is a fitted kitchen area with an electric oven and hob, a microwave oven & fridge with a freezer compartment. There is outside access to the washing machine in the old dairy.
The dining area has a table with 4 chairs and a wood burning stove.
The living area has two comfortable two seater sofas. For entertainment there is a flat screen LCD television with a DVD player and CD player/radio.
A small lobby leads into the modern shower–room with shower, WC and wash–basin.
The bedrooms have quality comfortable beds with white Egyptian cotton bed linen. They are located on either side of the shower-room. Bedroom 1 has a double bed and bedroom 2 has twin beds.
Outside the enclosed lawn gardens are safe for children and there is a barbeque patio on the sheltered side.
There is private parking for two cars.
Electricity, logs and linen
Electricity is included in the rent (4 night storage heaters). Logs, first basket free, thereafter purchase at cost from cottage owner. Bed linen, towels and tea towels are provided. Please note beach towels are not provided.
Arrival/departure day is Saturday. Arrival time is after 4pm and departure time is before 10am. Short breaks also available, please enquire. The cottage is available to non–smokers only. Regret no children under two years of age. Regret no pets.
Nearest shop 3 miles, pub ¼ mile. Public telephone 2 miles. Golf 18 hole 4 miles. Distance to sea ¼ mile.