As you walk through the front door, you enter the large living/dining/kitchen area. It’s about 70% living with the rest being the dining/kitchen area.
The living area has a three-seater sofa and a Lloyd loom chair. There’s a television and some games if there’s nothing other than shopping channels to watch. The television does have a freeview digital box, but just be aware that the terrestrial signal is pretty bad in this area and the reception is dubious. However, there is a DVD player which works absolutely fine and has a great picture.
The kitchen is all electric and the meter which only takes £1 coins, is in the cupboard by the window. The water heater is new and holds plenty for general sink and bathroom basin needs. There’s a new cooker with a fan oven which works fine. Yes you can actually cook, not just warm things up. There’s also a fridge, microwave, kettle, toaster and an electric vegetable steamer.
Moving through the room, you can hang your coats on the hook by the door to the hall. Go through to the left into the master bedroom. That’s a King-size oak-framed bed with bedside tables. There’s a small television/DVD player here as well, but the previous rules about reception still apply. You may notice the small black alarm clock stuck at 8:07hrs. That’s really just there for effect. We wound it up once and it does work. But it’s really a bit loud and we couldn’t wait until it ran down. Under a pillow in the other room didn’t smother it. You have been warned!
Turning smartly left out of the bedroom, you come to the second bedroom. This has a bunk bed in it which offers a full 4’6” double mattress below and is really comfortable. The upper bunk is a standard single, but is still comfy. There’s also a wardrobe which isn’t in the picture. And watch out for another of those alarm clocks!
Easily discoverable is the bathroom which has everything you need. Things like: a heated towel rail, an electric shower, a sink, an extractor fan and a shaving point which also doubles as the electric toothbrush charging point. Reassuringly, the chalet has just been connected to the mains drainage system, so you don’t have to worry about overflowing septic tanks and the like.
In a nutshell, that’s the interior. Easy and relaxing.