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Your like me waxwing, love stormy weather when you're by the sea. Let's hope there's a view of the sea from the upstairs windows. Ooh wouldn't want to be sitting outside at the moment too damp and wet. I'll join you for a beer in the summer under the umbrella Rosemary.Thank you...Sue
Ooooh, love that round room upstairs with the lovely big windows!! Wouldn't mind being up there in a storm!
This looks like a wonderful spot! Lots of windows and light and the round rooms. I'd stay there. I see some umbrellas, maybe we should wait for warmer weather and get a beer in the garden! Thanks, Sue
Hallo everyone. No this wouldn't have been an oast eb, they are found mainly in Kent and Sussex.I'm glad this ticks all the boxes Joyce.I'm wondering if the photo gives a wrong perspective of the garden. I get the impression the shrubbery's planted by the wall and there's a pathway around the house. The ivy's been snipped around the windows and advertising board. I'm only thinking this as it's a hotel and has to attract customers. As long as you enjoyed the puzzle 48 that's the main thing.Thank you everyone...Sue
Was this originally an oast house?
Wonderful house and you know I love those round rooms!!! Another great chimney & love the stone wall too!! Thanks again Sue!! :)))(time, 7:56)
I like the rounded portion and the enclosed porch, but wish the owners would tidy up the yard as it's rambling look takes away from the beauty of the structure in my opinion. still, a fun puzzle Sue - thank you