A cosy detached cottage perfect for a relaxing retreat
Once a haybarn, The Snug was tastefully converted and now provides modern accommodation, whilst retaining a truly cosy atmosphere. Situated next door to Coach House Cottage, the detached accommodation consists of a bright open-plan living space with fitted kitchen and sitting area upstairs, and comfortable double bedroom and bathroom downstairs. It is fully double-glazed, has central heating and free Wi-fi.
Situated on the upper floor, the bright open-plan living area has exposed wooden floorboards and a ‘Paris balcony’ providing views of an ever-changing seascape.Here you’ll find a flat screen TV (with Freesat) and DVD player. On the bookcase there are a good selection of DVDs to enjoy, as well as a radio, CD-player, small library of books and a selection of board games. Everything you need to curl up, relax, and maybe enjoy a glass of wine!Also in the living area is a double sofa bed, perfect for a child.
Also situated upstairs, this is a bright space equipped with everything you need to create and enjoy a delicious meal. There is a pine table with seating for four people; an electric cooker and hob; fridge with small freezer compartment; washer-dryer; microwave, kettle, toaster; nespresso coffee maker and plenty of pots/pans/dishes etc.
Situated on the ground floor, this is a cosy room with a comfortable double bed and plenty of pillows and comfy blankets to snuggle up under when the nights outside are colder. There is also a large wardrobe, dressing table and space for a travel cot.Travel cot, stair gate and high-chair available on request.
Just along the hall from the bedroom is the fully-tiled bathroom. Here you can enjoy a relaxing bath (especially welcome on one of our ‘rare’ wet Scottish days!). There is also an over-bath shower, wash basin, heated towel rail and electric shaver point.
Attached to the cottage is a small, lockable shed. You’re welcome to use this for storage - it’s just about the right size for a couple of bikes.Parking: The Snug doesn’t have a parking space, but guests are welcome to use the the large layby at the foot of Trinity Lane (approx 20 metres from the cottage, with streetlighting). Of course, you are welcome to drive up the lane to load/unload etc!