Close up of Brockles Quay from the river
and details of the accommodation
Brockles Quay has all its living and bedrooms facing the riverBrockles Quay is a single storey dwelling, based on a cottage pre-dating the1700's, which has been extended.  All the living and bedrooms have windows facing the river.

The sitting room has French windows opening on to the terrace/quay and the dining room alcove also has a large window with views of river and woodland.

  • There are three bedrooms; a double, with en-suite toilet and shower; a twin and a large single.

  • The kitchen and bathroom are both small but practical. There is also a separate toilet.

  • There is a small utility room with washing machine and a covered passageway at the back which is useful for leaving boots as well as drying clothes.

  • The garden, of more than an acre, stretches up the hillside behind the cottage and has been developed to create contrasting spaces, using a mixture of exotic planting, natural ground cover and orchard trees.

  • There is a summer house, bench seating set into the bank and a cedarwood building which may be used as a games room or similar, even a bunk-house in the summer.

A woodland path leads down from the car parking area to Brockles QuayBrockles Quay is set at the end of a woodland path leading down from the car parking area to the cottage