On 15 Dec 2003 06:07:05 -0800, email@example.com (N. Thornton) wrote:
Wonderful idea. Not.
Just think, a night out on the Guinness and your tummy decides it is
time for you to unload its content thru the rear entrance. The
curtains curl up at the edges due to the whiff......and your missus is
not pleased - a fart under the bedclothes she can probably put up
with, but having a very powerful pong which hangs around for ages
after you've dumped would probably not do your marital rights any
Plus a loo is usually considered to be a private arrangement where you
don't want others to view (or hear) your antics. Someone going
tinkle-tinkle or plop-plop in my bedroom would not be very well
I am not sure en-suite is as important as an adequate supply if bathrooms.
The top floor here is cunningly constructed with two stairs and two
landings, with essentially two bedrooms off each, and a bathroom off
One bedroom has two doors that access both landings.
Another bedrooom has its own private door into the larger bathroom. So
you can get there from the bedroom, and lock the other door - or simply
use it as a bathroom to serve two bedrooms.
That plus a toilet shower downstairs, and a self contained en suite to
an annex bedsit-with-kitchen...seems to be enough.
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