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Other roooms

The bath is long enough for people of six foot and over to use it in comfort. All the plumbed fittings were installed in the late 1940s Ann Stewart's father. In 1980, Ann bought The Observatory undertook a major restoration.
The narrower of the bedrooms has a wash-hand-basin.
The kitchen is big enough for several people to prepare food at once. There is a standard electric cooker. The Rayburn is solid fuel burning and should only be used by experienced 'range' users, by prior arrangement, not least because it takes some eight hours to heat up.
Both bedrooms have very direct views of the surrounding woodland.

Tim Dawson tim@timdawsn.demon.co.uk
Telephone: 07984 165251

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