the Scottish forerunner to our modern utensils. Spatulas, stir- fryers, mixers; things that go under food and move it around all started this way, as a simple spurtle. This happens to be Scottish. They made them for their porridge and was their main cooking utensil. Because of it's curved, smooth surface, it is shaped for both moving food around, and for scraping the food off on the side of your vessel. Spurtle means 'peasant's sword' or 'saber'.
This apartment can be accessed by the lift or stairs and once inside there is a hallway which will lead you to the open plan lounge/kitchen. The lounge has a two seater sofa, a coffee table, tv with freeview and a dvd player and there is a dining table with two chairs where you can relax and eat at your own leisure. The kitchen is fully equipped - modern cooking utensils and equipment are supplied including pots and pans, microwave, oven/hob and fridge freezer.