We stayed in the Emily Cottage and were greeted by the friendly local ducks. The cottage was well equipped, with a selection of dvd's and cds, if you didn't bring your own. The fireplace was prepared, so all we had to do was light the fire lighters and a short time later we had a roaring fire, which easily kept the whole cottage warm. Some basic breakfast provisions were provided, cereal, some bacon, eggs and a pot of strawberry jam, honey (solidified in the bottle) and four slices of bread wrapped in cling film. We ended up driving in to Huon to get a nice local cob loaf and some tomatoes to complete our breakfast. There was a couple of chocolates and some port when we arrived, but like the breakfast provisions they were pretty basic (quality street chocs I think). Overall we enjoyed our brief stay, with the main negative being the amount of noise transfered from the next door cottage, particularly from the plumbing and noisy cupboards.