Although the square meterage of this one bedroomed cottage is not that high, the white finishes and minimalistic furnishings create a sense of space. We were surprised to find both a free standing Victorian bath as well as a shower in the en-suite bathroom. And of course if there are thick white plush towels, you always score bonus points!
Our favourite part of the cottage was the living area. Morning sun streams through the large windows and front door. A huge oversized floppy couch just begs to be snuggled in. Open the door, and it’s almost as if you are actually sitting in the garden, complete with birdsong.
In the evenings the sun dips over the back garden. There is a very unique tunnel here. It’s one of those spaces that can be interpreted as a place of sustenance, be it physically or mentally. Even the rustic wooden table and stools have a story, as do many of the items you’ll find in Rhythm Full On.
Mira & Panina, thank you for the opportunity of documenting this very special space. We hope that our photos have brought it to life.
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