The Master Suite sounds very grand ... it's just a reasonable sized bedroom with a diddy little en-suite toilet and sink.
But you're welcome to take a peek.
If I stand in the corner by my bedside table you can see the chest of drawers (two drawers for each of us) and the little dressing table with the radiator underneath and mirror above.
I made myself a little bookcase, if you can call it that, out of two of my little crates from home. Lightly sprayed with white paint to tone down the orangey wood they were made from, they do a good job of holding some of the books that are here with me at the moment ... more will be coming no doubt over the course of the next few months.
The bed is a full sized king-size one with a little bedside cupboard with cubby hole on top at each side.
The two door wardrobe with hanging rail and full width shelf above is plenty big enough for both to us to use. Life is pretty casual here ... jeans, t shirts and jumpers or hoodies for now, and then later in the year it will be jeans and shorts, and perhaps simple cotton dresses if I'm feeling girly ... a rarity but it happens!
Through the door next to the wardrobe unfortunately it's not Narnia, instead it's the little en-suite. There's nothing exciting in here I'm afraid ... it's all pretty bog standard.
A tiny little hand basin with a mirror above completes the room.
And that's it ... The Grand Tour.
Thanks for all the comments.
Next week, if the weather improves I'll get some outdoor photos of the site, it's a lovely little tucked away campsite and somewhere I've known well since I was five years old.