Lovely old flagstones, pretty sash windows and a beamed sitting room ceiling rub shoulders happily with a modern velvet sofa, some mid-century furniture and the odd antique – it couldn’t be a more pleasant place to spend a week or so. You’re in the middle of the terrace with no cars passing, so on sunny days you’ll be planted in the garden with its tiny lawn and wooden table – there’s a fire bowl out here so you can warm yourselves after dark.
The kitchen has all the gear you need, there are basics for cooking and cleaning stuff and a bottle of Camel valley wine waiting. Lovely to escape the city and wind up here, with the village just below you and the sea air to breathe in. Bedrooms are both upstairs, small but perfectly formed.
Wander down to a good choice of eateries, or cook up a storm with some freshly-caught fish from the village boats. Open the wine, light the wood-burner and choose a film to project onto the sitting room wall. Cosy.