The Fisherman’s Huts are just that, a dozen or so restored huts right by the beach, close to the centre of town. It’s a romantic setting (especially if you have a sea view), though the facilities are fairly simple – kids love the loft beds and the pebbles and shells right outside. The huts sleep from two to six, and some have simple cooking facilities; all have fridge and TV while the largest, the Anderson Shed, has a fully equipped kitchen. An excellent breakfast is included, served at the Hotel Continental, about 10 minutes walk away, which is also where you collect the keys. Two-night minimum at weekends.
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