This is a delightful room, quiet and light with a view through the patio doors into the garden. Complete privacy, you are not overlooked. No need to even close the patio curtains at night.
A large desk makes up a useful “office area” with high speed broadband via direct cable link on the desk and WiFi throughout the whole property including the garden in case you want to sit and email or browse the internet outside. Les runs a computer business so almost anything is possible. A desktop PC is provided here for you to use in case you do not have a tablet or laptop.
Two very comfortable rotating and reclining leather armchairs, each with a footstool, will help you to relax. A coffee table between the chairs has a bit of family history attached to it – as children, my sister and I (1950’s) would turn it upside down – it was our rowing boat! Look after it.
There is a large remote control flat screen TV in the corner of the room with a wide range of TV and Radio channels and a CD player and collection of CD’s.
We don’t want this to have the atmosphere of a bare modern hotel room. There are quite a few personal belongings here to make it more homely and welcoming.
Book cases hold a variety of titles and there are a few board games and oddments of interest and amusement tucked away in cupboards. A cabinet holds some items of family memorabilia, it has been there for years and we did not know where else to put it. “Uncle Bert” was an RAF shooting champion and it contains some of his trophies.