The Green holiday cottage
As you enter ‘The Green’, via the back door, you step into the spacious, part tiled kitchen / dining area.
The fitted kitchen has numerous fitted units; the tall unit houses the ironing board, vacuum cleaner and cleaning utensils. There are 4 large windows, one of which on the horizon, you can see the North Sea. Included in the kitchen is a dishwasher, microwave, fridge with ice box, full sized electric cooker with 4 hot plates and cooker hood accompanied by stainless steel pans, with sufficient cooking utensils.
There is a full compliment of crockery along with a selection of wine glasses, and matching cutlery.
The oblong pine table and 6 chairs all add to the homely feel of this kitchen. A charming feature in the kitchen is the exposed original Yorkshire stone wall.
The flooring in the kitchen is easy clean, non-slip vinyl.
As you enter the fully carpeted lounge, there are 2 settees and foot stool, plus a large, colour, remote control T.V with video, and free-sat. A selection of coffee tables are also there for you, with an electric fire to add to the cosy feel of this lounge.
A small original window looks into the dining area of the kitchen and the large window looks out over the garden towards the fields of Newholm.
The bathroom is partly tiled out with white and blue tiles. The white bathroom suite has an electric shower fitted over the bath, with a glass shower screen and there is an electrically heated towel rail. A storage unit is in the bathroom and it too also has one exposed wall in original Yorkshire stone. The flooring in the bathroom is easy clean, non-slip vinyl.
The downstairs spacious double bedroom, has a new comfortable double bed, with underbed storage if needed, and the furniture is finished in a cream colour. this room is fully fitted out with carpet. There is a chaise lounge for your relaxation. A large, colour, remote control T.V with DVD occupies this room for your enjoyment.
The large window in this room also looks out over the garden towards the fields of Newholm.
Now climb the stairs to the bedrooms. The double bedroom has original floorboards varnished to compliment the ‘country feel’ of this cottage. The new double bed has a memory foam mattress, with storage underneath and an antique pine dressing table and chest of drawers add to the homely feel of the bedroom. There is adequate hanging space in the built in wardrobe. The large window looks out over country side, and to the left of the window, you can see the North Sea. Matching bed linen accessorize this double bedroom.
As you move across the stairs to the 2nd bedroom. This bedroom also has the original floorboards varnished to compliment the ‘country feel’ of this cottage. The 2 new single beds have storage underneath and the wardrobe has ample hanging space, with a drawer underneath. The 2 bedside units compliment the bedroom and there is also a chest of drawers. The large window looks out over country side with the North Sea visible to the left. Again the matching bed linen accessorize this twin bedroom.
Back downstairs, and to the front of the cottage you will find a delightful garden room, where you can take in the view towards Newholm, or open the door to enjoy the garden, lawn at one side, and flower tubs on the other side, with garden furniture for your alfresco eating. The garden room is fully carpeted and furnished out with chairs and a coffee table.
There is ample space for suit-cases and storage under the stairs and at the gable end of the cottage is a large garage for you to park your vehicle.
|Prices from £460 to £1000 Per Week
Features & Facilities Include:
- Child & Family Friendly
- No Smoking Policy
- Parking Spaces
- Short Breaks
- Sea Views
- WiFi Internet Access
The Green holiday cottage
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