1 medium sized tree = more wood than we thought possible.
Two recurring themes at Seaside Lodge: water and wood.
Water, because the lodge is sat right on the edge of a lake and is just a lazy 80m amble from Anderby Creek beach, one of the UK’s best kept secret beaches (says AOL Travel).
Wood, because it’s everywhere.
A light-stealing Sycamore has come down (to be replaced with a bed of coastal grasses and shrubs). Leaving 4 enormous piles of timber to be chopped up and left to season for the log burner at Seaside Lodge. There’ll be no bingo wings for us this year.
Also, on the wood theme, we put up some shelves made of scaffold boards and poles in the Lodge. And, we think they look really good.
Seaside Lodge’s kitchen is simple and open plan, but with plenty of modern appliances.
Next up, is making good the original 1958 cedar cladding outside.
Definitely on countdown to launch now!
If you are interested in staying in:
a) A luxury bolthole, near a picturesque, dog-friendly beach
b) A romantic hideaway with lovely views of the lake, and plenty of luxe touches
c) A peaceful lakeside lodge, where you can finish the book/painting/commission/drink too much wine, light the log burner and stare at the lake
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