We arrived as the sun set after a long journey to a really uncomfortably cold and dank little cabin but were greeted by very friendly hosts. Peter helped with our luggage and worked hard to get the tiny Queen Anne stove going, which really didn't give off enough heat at all to ease the bitter chills at night.
There is no heater in the little lounge, so the Queen Anne is all you have to depend on for warmth, which really is not enough. There are blankets to cuddle under though.
The bedroom thankfully had 2 wall heaters and an electric blanket on the King Size, somewhat creaky bed, which was really the best place to be.
There was complimentary sherry to warm the cockles of the soul but we were sadly disappointed in the little cabin. It does not have much character although it does have potential. Its just really drab and depressing and the dank, musty smell never quite left the space in the 3 days we were there.
It does however have a little wooden deck over looking...