The doorway to this two story cottage is extra wide as it used to accommodate three large working horses of yesteryear. They were housed in what has become the living room which now features an impressive granite fireplace with electric "living" fire, slate floor and stone stairs to the upper floor.
Where the best trap, used for church on Sundays, was stored now forms the kitchen and dining area. The dining area has circular pine table and chairs.
Above was formerly the hay and corn store for their winter feed. It is now reached by the stone stairway with its novel horse shoe banister.
Upstairs, the main bedroom features a double four poster bed. The room is double aspect with the larger east facing window, which goes down to the floor, giving early morning sunlight. Both windows offer uninterrupted rural views.
The original roof timbers and sloping ceiling restrict headroom to the sides of the bed. There is an en suite bathroom with full sized bath, toilet and basin.
The second bedroom has two 3ft beds and and both East and West facing windows. There is a basin in the bedroom and a compact en suite shower room and toilet.
Outside on the patio, are table and chairs provided for alfresco dining.