The larger apartment – 153 –
has its own entrance leading into an entrance lobby and then the
living room with a high, massive wood beamed ceiling, fireplace,
door to the balcony, partially separate dining area, which can seat
6 quite easily, and with the two leaves extended more, kitchen and
downstairs WC and washbasin.
There is also a radio/CD/tape player and a cable TV including BBC
World and CNN in English, French, German and other language stations.
The kitchen has a full size oven, a four ring ceramic hob, a dishwasher,
a microwave oven, a filter coffee maker, a toaster, a kettle and
teapot. The kitchen is stocked with cooking utensils, crockery,
cutlery and related items for eight.
Upstairs there is a mezzanine landing with the main bathroom with
corner bath, a separate shower, WC and a small washing machine.
At each end of the landing there are two bedrooms under the roof
timbers, each with “Velux” style windows. These are
operated with an aluminium pole – one in each bedroom –
through an aluminium eye at the top of the window. They can be completely
closed, left on ventilate, or the window can be properly opened.
If left too open in the rain, the rain drips in. Please leave them
closed when leaving!
One of the upstairs bedrooms has a double bed - each
side can be individually adjusted under
the mattress to variably raise the head end or the feet end. There
are two bedside tables each with a bedside lamp, a chest of drawers
with mirror over and a large wardrobe.
other bedroom has two single beds, with one normally stored under
the other, a wardrobe and chest of drawers. With both single beds
in use, there is also just room for a set of bunk beds too. We are
thinking about installing some. Let us know if you are interested.
The apartment has bedding, including duvets, sheets, pillows and
pillowcases, as well as towels and tea towels for four people.
To complement the washing machine in the bathroom, there is a drying
rack in one of the bedrooms, together with an electric iron and
ironing board. There is also a small drying device on the balcony
from which shirts on wire-hangers could be hung.