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Our lovely old fisherman’s house sits on the rocks at the end of the quaint fishing village of Samson’s Cove next to Little Anse and is surrounded by the ocean. Here you can enjoy a stunning and endless view in any direction.
Heavenly! You will immediately enjoy the L-shape deck, located on a 35,514 sq. ft. property, bordering the stunning rocks and one of the 7 sand and pebble beaches with lots of privacy.
This is the first of seven beaches just at the end of the property. The House is located at the arrow.
In fifteen minutes walking distance you can find more endless beaches
In ten minutes driving distance you can find endless beaches
Entrance at sunset
First floor retreat and bedroom
2nd bedroom upstairs
View from the office chair on the first floor
First floor double twin size bed (pulled out)
Facing south, listening to the ocean and the wind…
… until sunset
A little foldable breakfast table for enjoying the sunrise..
Press the start button above to see a little aerial video.
Originally built by the first settlers in the mid-1800’s, Sailor’s Rest has recently been fully renovated and now offers air-condition, comfortable rooms equipped with bright furniture and handcrafted driftwood beach art. Here you can enjoy two cozy rooms with twin beds on the first floor or watch the sunset from an extendable queen size bed with memory foam mattress in the living room on the ground floor.
Under the platform, you can pull out a comfortable queen size bed with a 6“ foam mattress and enjoy the sky and the milky way in the evening
Cozy at night
Driftwood beach art home made
Sunrise next morning
The dining table in the kitchen
Solid wood kitchen with ocean view
New counter top and sink with drinking water tab (it is not necessary to buy water bottles)
Bathroom on the first floor with tub/shower
3rd bedroom on the first floor with ocean view. It might be closed for private storage
Ground floor above, first floor below
Thanks to the glass panel you can enjoy the beautiful view from the patio even during windy days
…On the good old days. - Captains and mates getting testy - With memories not of the best - And tempers are flying - Down at the Sailor's Rest. (read full text here…)
Sometimes, due to southeast winds, the big waves roll in right into the bay and you can experience a spectacular nature. All footage on the video above has been taken just around the Sailor`s Rest House and up to 10 minutes walking distance.