CLICK ON THE THUMBNAILS TO ENLARGE The layout plan of Tyas Cottage. This is the door into the kitchen (pink on the layout plan). It has a stone under-heated floor with a spacious eating area There is plenty of room for entertaining. The circular table seats 8 people. The working area includes a rayburn that is not usually used, but can be, under supervision The hall (yellow on the layout plan) has an adjoining shower room and twin bedroom There is a replica Lewis chess set on this antique refectory table that is often used. The high backed chairs are from Chile. Another view of the spaceous hall. Also accessed from the hall is the downstairs shower room. This is the downstairs twin bedroom Another view ofi the downstairs twin bedroom. Although not ensuite, the bathroom is just across the hall. The spiral staircase can be made safe for young children. It leads to the first floor living room. The door next to the cupboard opens onto a balcony above the barbecue area The view from the balcony with stairs down to the barbecue area The view of the balcony, with its swingseat. This Cape Dutch armoire belonged to a grandfather and, with most of the furniture, was imported from South Africa. Another view of the living room with the stair rails in the foregound The door behind the sofa opens into the master bedroom To the left of the Chilean wood carving is the door to a twin bedroom The upstairs twin bedroom The ensuite bathroom to twin bedroom Although originally English, the hand-carved Georgian bed was also imported from South Africa. Another view of the master bedroom (if this photo is enlarged its ensuite bathroom can be seen on the extreme right)). This is a view from the master bedroom into the shared garden. For lots more views of the garden, see the “Outside” page.