Sleeps 2-4 on two sprung, double sofa-beds. It is possible to fit your own travel
cot or small camp bed, in the ‘conservatory’ if privacy is needed. Pillows & duvets
provided, please bring your own sheets, pillowcases and duvet covers. King-size bottom
sheets would be best for the sofa-beds., but a fitted double will just about fit.
Table & benches
Park car outside the front here
T u r n o v e r 2 6 0 8 5 2 6 8 8 0 3 0 8 5 6
P r o f i t 1 3 0 7 2 1 1 1 4 5 1 2 4 1 5
Patio area then beach
Not to scale
A semi-detached, block built bungalow, the interior is open-plan to maximise the
light and airy location. We have kept it simple to reflect the uncluttered beauty
of the beach and this part of the world. The main living room/bedroom is 18’6” x
12’ (5.64m x 3.63m), with a kitchen & dining area, and a large seating area with
the 2 double sofa-beds. There is a separate shower room with electric shower, WC
& small sink (cold water tap only). Also, there is a small ‘conservatory’, 12’ x
3’ by the patio doors…a great place to admire the views from inside, store your walking
gear or park the dogs!
Well-equipped kitchen area with fridge, cooker, microwave, toaster, kettle etc. Cutlery,
crockery etc for up to 6, plus some picnic bits & pieces. Tea towels, cloths and
cleaning equipment. Some tea, coffee, sugar provided to start you off… please replenish!
Other equipment Freeview TV/DVD, radio/CD, books, games. A couple of garden chairs,
2 cane chairs. Iron, small ironing board, vacuum cleaner , mop and general cleaning
Bedding lives under the sofa-beds. Kitchen storage is generous, but general storage
is limited. There are plenty of hooks & hangers, 4 small chests of drawers, a small
dresser cupboard & several shelves available for your personal items.
Parking space by entrance, stone bench next to the door. Small enclosed paved area
outside patio doors. Gate leads to grass path, then it’s pebbles, sand & sea!
The Chalet is one of about 20 chalets, all privately owned, in a grassy park area
at the western end of Blue Anchor Beach, just near the Steam Railway station.
The beach has quite large pebbles at the top, then a wide strip of sand further down.
If the tide is out, it is not a good idea to try to get to the waves as there can
be a lot of mud. As soon as the sea is half way in, the beach is sandy and good for
paddling and swimming. There is a sand/gravel path along the top of the beach, next
to the steam railway.