There are actually 63 steps leading to the front door of the accommodation. Quite a number, and I couldn't work out why I kept stubbing the front of my shoe on the steps going up and the heel going down until I realised they were just not deep enough. That compared with the steps nearer the road which were newer and deeper. Best to hold on to the rails at all times especially if it rains - as it did. The parking space was at such a steep angle that damage was a possibility unless - like mine - your car sat high. That was a warning from the neighbour next door. The inside decor was rather dated, and the property wasn't as clean as expected. Taking the master bedroom duvet cover off revealed a couple of brown stains. They should have been noticed, and the duvet replaced before occupation. The property is marketed as dog-friendly which is true if they're always kept indoors. Once outside, there is no barrier to stop your pets from roaming free into the gardens of the neighbours on either side. Finally, if a fuse blows switching off some lights - as happened - you will need to get someone to come and unlock the outside cupboard to gain access to the fuse box. Don't waste time scouring the property looking for that box.