Ref: 3818 / Seaview
Lower ground floor:
Games room with kitchenette, sink and fridge with doors leading to garden
Open plan dining & living room
Sun room with views out to garden
1x double bedroom
1x bunk bedroom with en suite WC and wash basin
Galleried landing with seating
1x double bedroom with king size bed and en suite bathroom
1x twin bedroom
Family bathroom with shower over bath
Enclosed garden with patio area
Parking for 3 cars
Gas central heating
Double electric cooker
TV with DVD player
Selection of DVD's and books
Linen and towels provided, please bring your own beach towels
Availability, reservations and pricing : £955 to £1836 per week Powered by Classic Cottages
Bed linen and towels are included in the price. There are no extra charges for cots or high chairs where they are listed in the property description on the website.
A non-refundable booking fee of £38 is payable per booking.
|Dates 2022||Price Band (£955 to £1836 )|
|1 Jan - 12 Feb||£955|
|12 Feb - 26 Feb||£1138|
|26 Feb - 5 Mar||£1010|
|5 Mar - 19 Mar||£1047|
|19 Mar - 2 Apr||£1212|
|2 Apr - 23 Apr||£1395|
|23 Apr - 7 May||£1138|
|7 May - 14 May||£1212|
|14 May - 28 May||£1267|
|28 May - 4 Jun||£1726|
|4 Jun - 25 Jun||£1377|
|25 Jun - 2 Jul||£1432|
|2 Jul - 9 Jul||£1524|
|9 Jul - 16 Jul||£1689|
|16 Jul - 23 Jul||£1818|
|23 Jul - 3 Sep||£1836|
|3 Sep - 10 Sep||£1322|
|10 Sep - 24 Sep||£1193|
|24 Sep - 15 Oct||£1102|
|15 Oct - 22 Oct||£1304|
|22 Oct - 29 Oct||£1322|
|29 Oct - 17 Dec||£973|
|17 Dec - 31 Dec||£1634|
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