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About SEASCAPE

CORONAVIRUS: When we re-open from 15th July, Seascape will follow all guidelines on measures needed to keep the property clean and safe for our guests. Some guests  had to cancel holidays during lockdown, and we have promised to give them a chance to re-book holidays before we open up the calender for new bookings. Please bear with us. We should be able to take new bookings in the next week or so. Please note that booking in each apartment or in the whole house should be for ONE family only at present.

 

SEASCAPE is a great place to spend time in any season. 

You may be planning a holiday to explore the area, or a short break out-of-season for two people, a family trip or a gathering of friends.

You may want to walk, paint or sketch, take photographs, explore, or just admire the scenery. It's warm and cosy in winter, airy and bright in summer.

The house offers you 3 options to suit your holiday needs:

 1. Lower apartment  -  self-contained, ground floor, with its own front door,  looking out to sea, with a double bedroom, sitting room, kitchen and bathroom, and you only need to take three steps from the door to be at the sea wall. 

Perfect for two people

2. Upper apartment   -  stunning views, a large  living / dining space open-plan to a well-equipped kitchen, two double and one single bedrooms, bathroom, and shower room. French doors lead to a patio garden at the back. The front door faces the sea wall

This will suit a family. Sleeps up to 5 people and there's a travel cot for a baby

3. Whole house - both apartments can be rented together, with inner doors opened up to make one house: with 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms 

This option will suit a larger family up to 7 or 8 people.

 

All options offer excellent amenities, central heating, good cooking facilities, washing machines, TV, and DVD players, Wi-Fi, games, outdoor seats and well-appointed bathrooms.

On the next pages you can find details of each apartment.

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