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Rose Cottage 3


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Bed linen
Tea towels
Yes - honesty box
Mobile signal
Security deposit

Further Notes

PETS: one well behaved dog accepted @ £35 per week.

HEATING: constant heat from an air source heat pump, delivered by a combination of radiators and underfloor heating. Please adjust the heating using the radiator controls.

FUEL: First basket of logs provided October-April.

ELECTRICITY: included.

TELEPHONE: Please pay for your calls using the honesty box.

NURSERY: Cot available.

SMOKING : If you are a smoker please be considerate of others and keep away from open windows, other guests and of course responsibly dispose of your cigarette ends. Smoking is not permitted inside the cottages.

PARKING: for one car in open fronted dinghy shed. Not suitable for a SUV or tall vehicle. Vehicles of this size must park in the national Trust car park at the top of the village.

BOATS AND DINGHIES: Guests wishing to bring a dinghy or boat must notify the office in advance as there is space for one boat/kayak per cottage on the boat park, close to the property alongside the boat shed. There is one deep water mooring available at the west end of Durgan bay to accommodate boats up to 45' long which is available to the guests of Rose Cottages. If you would like to keep your sailing dinghy (Laser, Wayfarer etc) on the mooring, there is a charge of £30 per week, whilst for boats above 20' the charge is £60. The owners also have a small rowing boat, which is available at £50 per week. The dinghy and mooring must be reserved and paid for with your deposit at the time of booking to ensure availability.

SECURITY DEPOSIT: Refundable within fourteen days pending the cottage being left in a satisfactory condition.