Frequently Asked Questions
Children: The house is suitable for children who are safe on stairs and hard floors. If you have a baby, please bring your own equipment.
Climate and heating: In this area temperatures often reach 30 degrees and more in Summer, but the house is airy and stays cool inside. The weather can still be very warm in the daytime in Spring and Autumn, but quite cold at night. Winters are cold, but there is not much snow. Wood for burning is provided, and there are electric heaters in all the rooms. Plenty of duvets and blankets are provided.
Pets: Up to two well-behaved dogs are welcome, but not allowed on furniture. They will be safe in the garden, and there are plenty of quiet lanes for dog walking. Owners are expected to clean up after them.
Shopping: The baker’s van calls 6 days per week. Butcher, fishmonger, and general store vans call once per week. There is a small but well-stocked supermarket only 5 km away. A wide selection of larger supermarkets and other shops is only half an hour away by car.
Sheets and Towels: These are provided, but please bring your own towels for swimming and for drying pets.
Smoking: Visitors are requested not to smoke in the house or the barn.
Telephone: There is a reasonable signal for mobile phones, and a phone box is only 70 metres up the main street.
Television: There is a 55cm flat screen television with free satellite connection and a DVD player.
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