A quaint and pretty 500-year-old private residence at the heart of Bray, Dormer Cottage has seen a loving restoration following the formal acquisition by MUSE. Enchanting features include a spacious living area with exposed wooden beams that add to the charm with a welcoming open log fireplace that crackles with merriment. Slate flooring, Stephani rugs, the dramatic burnt orange silk clad wall, gorgeous curtains and subtle lighting add a perfect blend of sumptuous and contemporary elegance. The self-catering private residence is kitted out with a Bang & Olufsen television and music system to ensure the best in entertainment needs. The sophisticated kitchen, fully-equipped with designer essentials ranging from Le Creuset cookware and chef knives to fine bone china and elegant glassware, will satisfy discerning chefs. Outdoors, a decked seating area within a charming little garden with a cascading water feature, beautiful when lit in the evenings, is perfect as a romantic hideaway. Wooden doors lead to the magnificent bathroom, adorned with white and silver tiles, complete with under-floor heating, luxurious bath towels and beautiful toiletries. A striking oak staircase with glass panels, leads up to the bedroom on the first level. The well-appointed bedroom is decorated with understated elegance in shades of cream and ivory silks, coupled by fine linens, homely touches with a spacious walk-in dressing room and wardrobe to complete the truly intimate sanctuary. Hamptons International Fees and Charges in England from 1st June 2019 Permitted Charges in accordance with the Tenant Fee Act 2019 for ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY: First month's rent - In advance Tenancy Deposit - 5 or 6 weeks depending upon the rental amount Holding Deposit - Maximum one week's rent Early termination requested by the tenant - A charge not exceeding the financial loss experienced by the landlord Late Rent - Interest charged at 3% above Bank of England base rate, when rent is more than 14 days late Lost key or security device - Equivalent to cost incurred Changing the tenancy documents (after the commencement of the tenancy) - 50 inc. VAT NON HOUSING ACT TENANCY, fees (not affected by the Tenant Fee Act 2019) A Non Housing Act Tenancy is formed when one of the following criteria is in place: The annual rent exceeds 100,000. The property is occupied by an entity (Company let) rather that an individual. The property is not used as a main or primary home. There is a Resident Landlord Tenancy Agreement and Setup Administration - 390 inc VAT Check-in Fee checking into the property and reviewing inventory - Minimum of 130.80 inc VAT Enhanced Reference Fee (per person or company) - 60 inc VAT Tenancy Continuation - 150 inc VAT Change of Sharer - 120 inc VAT Early Termination - 150 inc VAT Late payment of rent - Interest will be charged at 3% above the Bank of England base rate Guarantor Referencing Fee - 60 inc VAT per guarantor Deed of Guarantee - 50 inc VAT Please note: The Initial Monies will be confirmed and must be paid by debit card or bank transfer. We are unable to accept cash. Hamptons International is a member of and covered by the ARLA/Propertymark Client Money Protection Scheme and a member of a redress scheme provided by The Property Ombudsman.