The curtains and wallpaper are William Morris ‘Fruit’ pattern, designed in 1864. There's a traditional hand-dyed jute rug, a small selection of local books, occassional tables and storage space, and traditional board games. And a wombat.
The TV has Freeview live TV, as well as a variety of catch-up and other services via the app menu.
The swagged lighting uses reproduction ‘squirrel cage’ tungsten bulbs. There's a dimmer switch so they can be bright for food preparation, or subdued for dining. Worktops, cupboard and door fronts are all oak, with an Arts & Crafts tulip motif. There's plenty of food storage space, and a small dining table and chairs.
There's all the usual kitchen equipment: a kettle, toaster, microwave, a large fridge-freezer, and of course, a wine rack.
The cooker is a Stoves Richmond Mini Range, which has a 4-zone ceramic hob, upper small oven with grill, and lower fan oven. There’s a built-in Beko slimline dishwasher and a LG F14A8YD washer dryer. The radio is a Goodmans Heritage 2. It has DAB, FM, and Bluetooth connectivity.
The wallpaper is William Morris ‘Willow Bough’, designed in 1887. The curtains are the same design, on a printed fabric.
The bed has an Eve ‘cool foam’ mattress, with Supima cotton sheets with a 500-thread count. The radio is a Pure Evoke D2 with Bluetooth. There are two zip-together linked anti-allergenic microfibre duvets totalling 13.5 tog, one 4.5 and the other 9 tog. There is a choice of pillows: feather & down, microfibre and memory foam.
The mirror is illuminated with a movement-sensitive switch, and is heated to prevent misting. It incorporates a shaver socket, above a basin with a waterfall tap. The shower is a Mira Sport with Airboost, with programmable colour-changing LED lighting. A selection of toiletries from Romney Marsh Wools is also provided.
The wallpaper is again William Morris ‘Willow Bough’, with a William Morris design tapestry, the ‘Tree of Life’ (also known as ‘The Garden’), first woven in 1910.
This room has a large wardrobe and chest of drawers, with a desk/dressing table and large wall mirror. There’s a double USB charging socket in the power point mounted on the desk, a compact Dyson vacuum cleaner and small ironing board and iron.
Note: The hairdryer has been removed for now, as recommended under COVID-19 guidelines for holiday accommodation (although not sure why a hairdryer is more of a risk than a vacuum cleaner or an ironing board!).
The brick-paved coutyard has garden furniture and dimmable LED festoon lighting. It is planted with a range of plants that would have been common in a late 19th century garden. We've chosen plants that flower at different times of the year, and include scented varieties. Species include: