If you had the chance to write your own interior design book, pretty much most of cosy Ty Capel would be in it one way or another.
Every single corner, nook and cranny of this super quirky and characterful holiday cottage in Rhoscolyn has been thought out very carefully, and shines throughout the house.
A great little kitchen, with hob, cooker, washing machine, fridge, freezer, microwave and a small breakfast bar. There is the comfiest sofa in the most cosy and delightful room with a multi-fuel stove, TV DVD and CD player. Small dining table with beautiful views across the fields of Rhoscolyn.
Two double bedrooms and a bath with shower, loo and wash hand basin.
A small area to sit outside and watch the fantastic sunsets and a shared lawned garden area. Off road parking for one car.
Walk up the hill to St Gwenfaen’s church, the Rhoscolyn lookout (a volunteer-run coastguard station) and out onto the coastal footpath. Return via the White Eagle pub before settling in by the fire at pet-friendly Ty Capel. Sounds like a perfect day to me!