This ever-popular light and airy first floor apartment is beautifully presented throughout and benefits from its own private entrance through a small patio garden, which provides a glorious suntrap in the summer months.
Sleeping up to seven guests, the accommodation comprises one double room, one twin room with additional bunk beds and a single cabin style room. There are also two travel cots available. The modern dining kitchen is fully equipped, the cosy lounge enjoys a dual aspect and the family bathroom contains a separate shower cubicle.
Situated in a quiet residential area within the heart of Hugh Town, All Winds is a short level walk from the main street with its restaurants, shops and pubs and within a few minutes of the quay for all your boating requirements. The popular Porthcresssa Beach is literally a two-minute stroll away, making this the ideal base for a perfect family holiday although it is equally suited to groups of friends.
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