Sunbeam Cottage - the Cottage with the red door in the photo - is the end terrace of a row of four cottages built in the latter half of the nineteenth century for workers from Weston Manor, the home of Squire Ward.
Under the floorboards we found dated 1899 receipts from 'Benjamin Vibert, Grocer' in Newport made out to 'Mr E Barnes' detailling his purchases. We also found some old clay pipes, glass bottles and inkwells.
The Cottage is decorated in sunny colours with some bold seventies patterns and interesting knick-knacks. The sun lounge has a dining area with panoramic views of the garden and the downs. The garden is on two levels - a picnic bench on the upper level is perfect for a drink in the evening and the patio near the house is a real sun trap from late morning.
- Available from Easter until the end of November, Christmas and New Year.
- Sleeps four - one double bedroom and one twin bedroom
- Pet friendly
- Five minute drive to the shops
- Five minute walk up the lane to the pub with food
- Central heating
- Electric cooker
- Microwave, slow cooker
- Washing machine/Tumble drier
- TV with Freeview
- DVD player
- Radio/CD player
- Bath with shower over
- Towels and linen included
- Iron and ironing board
- Hair dryer
- Books and games
- Off-road parking for one car
- Sorry, no smoking
- Free WiFi available
Ground floor: Living room. Kitchen. Sun lounge with dining area. Bathroom.
Outside: Patio with table and chairs. Large picnic bench. Large garden fully enclosed to a height of 3ft (1m).
Upstairs: Double bedroom with three cupboards. Twin bedroom with large wardrobe. Toilet with hand basin.