This terraced cottage is located in Cemaes Bay, Wales.
3 Maes Capel was built in 2010 by a local, award-winning builder and offers spacious, homely holiday accommodation with a cosy feel.
Lovingly maintained and a perfect holiday cottage.
Downstairs houses the lounge area which has a range of seating, including two sofas and one armchair.
There is a feature fireplace, giving the room a warm glow and a lovely homely feel.
Sit down and relax in front of the smart TV which has been equipped with Sky, for you to watch a range of your favourite shows and movies with the whole family.
From there is the kitchen, which has been fitted with a contemporary eye, including black worktops, white units and a lovely patterned tile design.
A Bluetooth speaker with radio is also provided.
The kitchen also has a dining area with seating for up to four people and works for breakfast or an evening meal and is a great space for some socialising.
There is a ground floor cloakroom for your convenience with the main family bathroom located on the first floor.
Upstairs you will find two spacious bedrooms: one king-size and one double, perfect for a small group of friends or families.
All rooms have been individually designed with an understated decor, and a few splashes of colour added to brighten up the room, including an array of wonderful artwork and cushions.
Both bedrooms also have a TV, perfect for watching your shows of a morning before starting your day.
There are some magnificent views across the open fields and surrounding countryside, guaranteed to attract you to the outdoors.
Outside there is a small decking area with a table and chairs, perfect for a warm evening sitting out under the stars.
There is a lower level patio area which also houses a lovely hot tub.
Dedicated, off-road parking for one car plus a visitor-spaces.
Nearby attractions include Middle Mouse, an uninhabited island (landing not permitted).
Local legend has it that St Patrick was shipwrecked there, giving rise to its Welsh name.
He then swam ashore and eventually founded the nearby church of Llanbadrig in about 440 AD, believed to be the oldest Christian site in Wales.
Cemaes Bay has a local beach and is only a short distance away.
The sandy beach makes it ideal for a relaxing day, whether that be a walk or an afternoon snooze.
Whilst out at sea, it’s an entirely different picture.
Activities including wind surfing and sailing are popular, whilst the rock pools on the shore are great for the kids (or adults) to explore.
3 Maes Capel is the ultimate location for friends and families to relax and unwind.