This cottage enjoys an idyllic location in a clifftop hamlet that has its own beach. Set back from the road as it winds through National Trust woodland to the sea, Rose’s Cottage and its enclosed terraced gardens are reached by a footbridge over a stream that tumbles down to the sea. The cottage balances period character with contemporary living. The original part has thick stone walls, some low lintels and ceilings and a characterful wood-burner, whilst the modern kitchen/dining-room has glass doors opening onto a wide and sunny terrace where you can soak up the surroundings. Up the steep stairs are two en suite bedrooms. The third bedroom is in a separate annexe, which has a low boundary wall with a 10' drop.