Rather unusual cottage, inasmuch that the accommodation is "upside down". The first floor open plan living area is light and spacious, with comfortable seating, a large screen smart TV and an area in the bay window for dining, which has a pleasant view towards the golf course and beach. The adjoining kitchen area is well equipped, although the cooker and microwave took a couple of days and lots of knob turning and button pressing to understand. The instruction manual merely confused us.
Downstairs are the two en suite bedrooms, the front room having a double bed and built in storage ,but a limited amount of free space. The rear bedroom is larger, with a double and a single bed BUT no window! Not only does this mean the room is very dark on even the brightest days, but, more importantly, it has no means of ventilation, other than leaving a side door open, onto a narrow alley. Not something one wants to do at night. This meant the room got stuffy at night and wouldn't be acceptable to us during warm weather. Although the beds in this room were very comfortable, the wooden frames project beyond the mattresses at the foot of the beds and the pointed corners caused bruised legs on more than one occasion.
The on street parking wasn't too much of a problem, although this might change in the high season.
The area is well worth visiting for its beautiful beaches and wealth of historical sites.