Sitting room in Jacqui's 'Place To Be'
Another view of the sitting room showing part of Jacqui's Early Years' library on the  mezanine floor.
Part of the smaller downstairs kitchen
Part of the bedroom off the mezanine floor.
Part of the large country kitchen.
The family kitchen showing the wood-burning stove.
The breakfast terrace.
Breakfast at ‘A Place To Be'.
The family room at the top of the house.
Another view of the family room at the top of the house.

The house was originally part of an old silk-farm.  It has been divided into two separate parts with all facilities in each.  People (including families) who work with early years children have a booking priority for the larger apartment.  It has a fully equipped farmhouse kitchen with an adjoining outdoor terrace for breakfast in the sun.  There is a gas stove and barbecue, a sink with hot water and an electric fridge.  It has a flush WC and a shower.  Upstairs there is a very large family bed-sitting room with a double divan, two children's beds, a cot and other simple furniture.  The roof terrace adjoining it has spectacular mountain views and people frequently choose to sleep there under the stars.  There is a second bedroom which sleeps two.