Pitts Deep really is a place to unwind, to explore and to reconnect with a slower life beside the sea.
Many original features have been maintained, 1930s parquet flooring has a silvery wash, old wooden floors and walls are painted white. An eclectic mix of art adorns the walls, funky pottery nestles alongside a happy and calming blend of antique and modern furniture. Vintage East Coast American rugs, reindeer and sheep skins add warmth and texture to the floors. The old dining room and kitchen have been opened up to make one big space, equipped with all you need for modern living.
The kitchen and dining room is open plan and very efficiently laid out. The white marble topped work-space has a window looking straight out to sea and there is masses of cooking equipment for family meals, including good quality condiments. The kitchen table seats 6 comfortably.
In the sitting room you’ll find big squidgy sofas, heaps of cushions, books, games, a television, warm rugs, good lighting and a wood burning stove.
The cottage also has a brick and glass conservatory which, given our rather changeable British weather, come wind, rain or shine you can sit and look out to the garden.
Upstairs all the bedrooms have some kind of beach view. There are two good-sized bedrooms and have plenty of space for travel cots. The bunk room is suitable for adults or older teenagers as well as kids. The third double is a bit tight but it makes up for it with the view. Lastly there is a single room perfect for a little one. There is a family bathroom.
Quiet dogs by request – the garden is not enclosed and they can access the beach. There are free range chickens next door, migratory and game birds all around. Dogs on a lead on the beach according to National Park rules.