Ty Capel is a pretty stone holiday cottage built in 1861 as a Chapel House and now a modern cottage offering happy breaks to all.
Inside you will still find the beamed ceilings, sash windows, a wood burner and an open fire, and original floorboards.
Nestled in a tranquil countryside setting on Anglesey, there’s the cycle route 566 close by, as well as a lake, sweeping views of Snowdonia and lots of lovely walks.
The living space is open plan and includes the kitchen, dining and sitting areas.
The kitchen has all you need with an electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave and toaster.
The round dining table seats six people.
The cosy seating area has comfortable sofas set around a multi fuel stove to add warmth, a T and DVD player.
French doors lead out onto the patio and large back garden.
There is a separate snug which is a lovely room with an original bookcase with books of local interest, maps, adult and children's fiction as well as games and a TV.
You will enjoy relaxing in here.
Stairs from the hallway lead up to three bedrooms - one double room, one twin room and a room with full sized bunks.
Also on this floor is a family bathroom with bath and shower over, loo, wash hand basin and heated towel rail.
At the front of the holiday cottage is a small enclosed courtyard.
At the back of the cottage is a large garden laid to lawn with patio area, garden furniture and picnic bench.
There is ample parking available.
If there are more than six in your party you can also rent out Capel Bach next door which sleeps seven.