Villa Winch (1966-67) is located behind Chantry Cottage and is linked to it by a pantiled archway. A design for "The Winch" survives from April 1966 together with a revised version dated June 1966. A cottage for Captain Winch, a neighbour, had been in the planning for some time. A large studio cottage had been designed for Henry Winch comprising a semi-circular studio and roof terrace overlooking the estuary. The building might have been intended for where the Grotto now stands. This rather more modest version was the one that was built in the end. It comprises two self-catering flats sleeping three (twin and single bedroom, sitting dining room, galley kitchen and bathroom). The round windows are trompe l'oeil.