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 The Cottage has been sympathetically restored to retain historical features without compromising on comfort.

 The building is of unusual and distinct structure with hexagonal front elevations.  The living room and double bedroom are particulary light rooms with double aspects.

 The front windows are prettily framed in small hexagonals which complement the overall structure.  The back windows are original casement windows with stained glass panels.

 Most of the fireplace are original and there are gas-lights in all the downstairs rooms although sadly they are no longer working.  In the living room there is an attractive mantlepiece made from local marble which contains many fossils such as ammonites.