The property has been furnished in keeping with its quirky and unique character offering accommodation with full gas central heating. Steps up to entrance lobby. Separate WC.
Living/dining room with wood burner. Wood provided for first fire. Freesat TV/DVD.
Small well equipped ‘L’ shaped kitchen with small fridge/freezer, induction hob . Sharp microwave oven with grill and convection oven.
Staircase. Landing with small storage area. Bedroom one with a double bed and views across the Wash from both windows. Bedroom two with full size bunks and sea views from both windows.
Bathroom with bath having shower over, washbasin and WC, shaver point.
Please note access to bathroom from the bunk room is through the other bedroom.
Staircase to the tower with seating. From the window a stunning 270 degree view out to the sea, will make you feel like a Captain on the bridge! Do not forget binoculars and camera. There is heating in this area of the building so a great place at anytime of year. There is access to the balcony with secluded terrace.
Parking is within the fenced gated area. There is an area to sit out on the gravelled garden using the fold up garden chairs. No pets allowed but please note for those with allergies that the owner brings their own dog.
The Coastguard Lookout Station was built in 1906 as the Marconi Wireless Station which played a prominent part for intelligence during the First World War by intercepting German radio transmissions and tracing the German fleet. The Second World War saw the building continue as a signal station and was visited by his Majesty King George VI and Queen Elizabeth in 1943, together with Princesses Elizabeth (Queen Elizabeth II) and Margaret, they signed their royal insignias in the coastguard's log book. There is a commemorative plaque on the building. In 1976 it became a maritime museum eventually closing. New owners carefully restored the building leaving the original features in place.