We stayed in early September. It is a pretty and generally very well equipped and furnished cottage in a rural hillside location, close to the key roads in the area for access to local towns, beaches and walks. Poppit and Newport beaches are within 20 mins drive and lovely. Public toilets open in most places and well maintained You can access the coastal path from most of the coastal towns/villages. Typically parking charges are free for 30 mins, £1 for one hour, £3 for three hours and £5 for three+ hours/all day, the machines only take coins. Hillside/National Park walks accessible a few steps from the cottage and it is 5 mins walk to Rosebush, which has a community run pub and a farm making its own delicious cheeses (which they insist you taste before you buy!) The owner and caretaker of the cottage are friendly and helpful. Sheets, pillows, duvets, drying up cloths, kitchen towels and toilet paper were provided but not bath or hand towels. The central heating was not working and we were informed that it is only put on at the end of October, however there were night storage heaters, fan heaters and plug in radiators available. The bathroom was chilly - it had a pull-on electric heater which was useful for showers but not for a quick visit! The bottom few steps on the stairs curve, so are triangular in shape and have no handgrip. We are in our 60s and reasonably fit but had to be careful not to misstep coming down those steps, so in our view the property is not suitable for those with mobility problems, the elderly or small children. We could not get any signal at the cottage for mobile calls and texts but internet is available for emails - there is a mobile mast about 10 mins drive down the road and the signal comes back there.