Dragon Cottage dates from the 1750s and is a typical smugglers’ dwelling. It is in the Conservation area and within a few minutes’ walk of the beach and High Street – with plenty of places to pause for a drink or a bite to eat.
The Parlour has a squishy sofa, easy chairs and a log fire with an excellent range of books, games and DVDs. There is free wifi internet access in the cottage, and a Smart TV and DVD player. The kitchen has a freestanding cooker with double oven with grill and a microwave and dishwasher. The dining area has a table with seating for six and room for a couple of easy chairs for that relaxing glass of wine while chatting to the cook. There is a walk-in larder storing the china and a good range of utensils and equipment for home cooking. There is a cosy stove for winter evenings. and a N’espresso machine for lazy mornings.
The delightful walled courtyard garden boasts roses and jasmine in abundance and a Weber BBQ. There is an outside table which seats four with comfortable reclining chairs for a spot of sunbathing too and a bulkhead light for late night alfresco dining as well as a box with beach chairs and charcoal.
There are two bedrooms , sleeping four people in total – the large room is at the front and is double aspect with a mahogany sleigh bed. The back bedroom is a twin with a view out over the grassy path that leads to the front door.
We provide a welcome basket with coffee, tea, sugar, milk, hot chocolate, jam/marmalade/honey/marmite (love it or leave it) and biscuits.