There’s more to this saloon than meets the eye. At first, it appears there’s not much in the room, other than a built-in sofa with a magazine rack at one end, and a hearth made of Welsh slate carrying a diesel Lockgate Refleks stove. But, hidden away, there’s a mini office.
A panel in the bulkhead drops down to provide a desk with a computer screen at the right height for one of the breakfast bar stools. Below this, there’s another door which reveals the computer tower and a printer; this cupboard borrows some space from underneath the dinette.
There’s quality workmanship on display here too as the wood veneer pattern on the wall matches up with the drop-down doors. It’s a good way of keeping everything out of sight, although sitting at the desk might prove to be a little close to the stove in the winter.
Opposite the sofa another drop-down flap reveals a flat-screen TV. A Bose sound system has five speakers plus a sub-