4.7★ Sykes rating 4 Guests 2 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms Pets No Features Open fire Highchair available Pub/shop < 1 mile Washing machine Broadband / WiFi Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities and Maintenance Search All reviews cottage (20) lovely (10) no (9) pub (7) location (7) all (6) 21 Customer Reviews "A lovely cozy, quite quirky, warm cottage." The pub as good as next door was superb, a decent menu and very nice food, no need to go too far to eat! For late October the weather was quite kind as well, a real bonus. Parking on the road opposite was very easy and it's a lightly used route. Would recommend. Reviewed by Trevor5.0★Oct 2023 "Such a cosy cottage with all amenities you could possibly need for a short or long stay." The cottage has so much character, is comfy and was a pleasure to stay in. The host was so helpful throughout our stay also, from offering more fire wood to clean towels. Thank you for much for having us and for our treats on arrival, they were much appreciated. Our only criticism would be the shower over the bath, we found it to be not very practical with water leaking on to flooring. Reviewed by Alicia4.4★Sep 2023 "We found the cottage to be very quaint and tidy." A perfect location as a base to explore the areas around. For the 2 of us it was fine other than the bed being a little bit small for us. We are used to a super king sized bed but the peaceful village was wonderful. Our friends joined us a bit later and also loved the quaitness of it. They did find the en suite a little bit tight so we shared the larger bathroom for the most part. There were welcome teabags, coffee, wine, milk on arrival to use if we wished. Literally a few steps away to the pub. Parking along a brick wall on the main road but all safe and secure. Lovely, lovely stay. Thank you. Reviewed by Julie5.0★Sep 2023 "Capel cottage proved a perfect base for walking locally and visiting North Wales more widely." Reviewed by Christopher5.0★Jul 2023 "What a superb little cottage,everything you need for a comfortable week away in a beautiful little village" Reviewed by Duncan5.0★Jun 2023 "The cottage is in a beautiful village." The location of the village and the walks around the area are breath taking. We were concerned when we booked that there maybe noise from the pub, but this was never an issue even on Friday and Saturday nights. There is a wonderful golf club about a mile from the property with views over the mountains and out to sea which are amazing. Non members can use the course, but you need your own clubs. Overall the property is as you see from the photos. It was of the standard we were expecting and on all the surface areas you can see the property is very clean. The kitchen is very well equipped with everything you could need. There is parking at the front of the cottage. On arriving we had to move a bedside cabinet. This revelled carpet moths and their larva. The property had an infestation of carpets moths. This spoilt our whole week, (we had to hoovered the whole house, but the hoover had very limited suction) we could not unpack, kept all our clothes in suitcases or took them to the car, in fear that we would take moth larva back to our home. Once home we spent hours hoovering our cases, shaking out all our clothes in the garden and then had to wash everything we had taken. The experience was very stressful and upsetting. We sincerely hope the owners replace the carpets. You can not morally rent a property with moth infected carpets. Once this issue is resolved the property is ideal for exploring this area of North Wales. Reviewed by Kevin2.8★May 2023 "We had a very comfortable stay and the cottage was very reasonably priced." Couldn't quite get the hang of the heating control but we were very warm, and even warmer when we lit the stove! Reviewed by Alan5.0★Nov 2022 "The cottage was in a perfect place for us we were able to visit various places ..." The cottage was in a perfect place for us we were able to visit various places within easy reach by car The cottage was very clean & tidy and comfortable the welcome pack was a very generous gift we will hopefully be back in the future Reviewed by Neil5.0★Sep 2022 "Lovely cottage in a wonderful part of Wales." Just the place for a walking holiday with great beaches a short walk away. Reviewed by William5.0★Jul 2022 "Great cottage in a great location central to many local attractions very well laid out had a real homely feel." Reviewed by Paul5.0★Jun 2022 "Capel cottage is a true quaint traditional cottage and is immaculately presented and spotlessly clean." It is compact but perfectly formed in beautiful scenery. We had meals at the local pub a couple of doors away on the 2 days we spent there, good food and friendly. Great base for exploring the area. Reviewed by Karen5.0★Jun 2022 "We just came back from our family holiday in Wales." The cottage was spot on! Great location to be able to go anywhere in North Wales. We stayed a week, we enjoyed to visit the most sightseeing places and local beach. Also lots of walking path around there, so we walked to Conwy through Conwy mountain and back different route. Cottage was charming and cosy. Completely different from our house (ours normal semi-detached) so we just loved it! All facilities there for cooking. But local pub was just in 10 seconds! That was handy. They served good pub foods. We were out there for 2 meals. Welcome gift from owner was touching. We recommend this cottage definitely! Reviewed by Naomi5.0★May 2022 "A beautiful cottage in a gorgeous location." Thank you Karen for being such a lovely host. My friend and I enjoyed a week in the cottage which met all our needs. We loved sitting in both the front and back gardens - meaning we could have sunshine at any time. The cottage is spotlessly clean, the beds very comfortable and the kitchen is well equipped. Five stars. Highly recommended. Reviewed by Sarah4.7★May 2022 "I had a lovely week here at this beautiful cottage." It was a home away from home. Very cosy, comfortable, clean and had everything I needed. Wasn't too far from anywhere. Very peaceful. Thankyou for sharing your lovely cottage with me. Highly recommended. Reviewed by Janelle5.0★Apr 2022 "I already new the area and had stayed in another cottage last year less than 100 yards away." The location was the only thing the two holiday homes had in common, as Capel Cottage is a lovely quirky holiday home, which still had all the warmth and comfort of a welsh cottage (including a wood burner), but also plenty of light available with the sun room and a lovely raised garden area. The Fairy Glenn (pub just around the corner) served a reasonable comprehensive menu, reasonably priced and had fantastic friendly staff. I don't drive, but it's only a short walk (15 mins) to get busses into Conwy or Llandudno (about every 20 mins during the day), I'd strongly recommend the cottage, but perhaps not too strongly as I'd love to visit again and don't want it to be fully booked! Reviewed by David4.7★Apr 2022 "We had a lovely stay at chapel cottage." The views were lovely and the cottage had everything you needed for a lovely holiday. Reviewed by Sarah4.7★Apr 2022 "We had a lovely stay at Capel Cottage." The beds were comfortable, the kitchen had everything we needed, and the welcome pack was much appreciated, as was the extra firewood. We never had any problem finding a space to park on the road outside, and there were no issues with the internet either. Would happily return. Reviewed by Rebecca5.0★Nov 2021 "A lovely cottage which felt like home and near lots of local amenities." Reviewed by Lauren5.0★Oct 2021 "We were told there was wifi but it didn't work and the owner new over a week before we arrived." Along with fact there was no mobile phone service there either it was a nightmare. Thank you for your feedback, we cannot apologies enough for the WiFi issues. This was an ongoing issue with BT prior to your arrival, which I was informed by BT it was rectified. We did not find out this was not the case until your imminent arrival. I am pleased to advise this has now been resolved and service is fully restored. Once again sorry for the inconvenience this caused you. Property Owner Reviewed by Robert3.1★Sep 2021 "Beautiful little cosy cottage, very well maintained and everything needed." Village very quiet nice pub pub food lovely but huge portions ! Probably best to shop before you arrive but a great welcome pack was a nice surprise. A little disappointed as we had no Internet despite the owner trying to sort, this isn't usually an issue but we couldn't get even a mobile phone signal and if needed as my dad unwell mum couldn't contact us as usual if needed via messenger. Would definately book again. Reviewed by Angela5.0★Sep 2021 "Great cottage in fab location" Reviewed by David5.0★Sep 2021 There are no reviews featuring this term Show all reviews Show more Hide all Summary Two bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite basin and WC, 1 x double Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC Kitchen/diner Sitting room with woodburning stove First-floor sun room Gas central heating with woodburning stove Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, Smart TV and WiFi Fuel and power inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Roadside parking available on a first come, first served basis Patio garden with furniture Sorry, no pets and no smoking Shop 1 mile, pub 0.1 miles Note: Limited headroom & narrow passages in some parts of the property, please take care Note: the garden tiered with steps, children must be supervised at all times Due to location of the property mobile phone signal can be intermittent. The property Resting in the charming little village of Capelulo, close to the striking North Wales coastline, lies this quaint mid-terrace cottage. Capel Cottage offers a heart-warming base to return to each evening, perfect for families looking to escape normal life and ramble the great Welsh outdoors. Enter straight into the sitting room, where a woodburning stove stands within a feature inglenook fireplace, offering a gentle warmth to the room as you kick back on the settee. Continue through a narrow passage into the kitchen, offering an extension area where most amenities can be found, including an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and a washing machine, while a dining area is where everyone can regroup and discuss tomorrow’s plans. Climb the stairs to reach a split landing; one side leads into a lovely double bedroom with en-suite basin and WC, along with a small sun room where you can catch the sun, whilst to the other side of the landing there is a further double room and a bathroom, where you can choose between bath, shower over or even rainfall shower to prepare for the day. Grab a favourite drink and sit within the patio garden, offering idyllic views of the surrounding mountains, it’s a fine spot to catch that much-needed rest. Just a moment’s stroll away will bring you to a traditional pub as well as a casual dining restaurant to try, perfect if you fancy a night off cooking! Venture to the fascinating town of Conwy, just two miles away, where you can explore its castle and medieval town walls, or visit Britain’s smallest house and sample its charming eating spots. Those outdoor lovers will enjoy the Pensychnant Conservation Centre and Nature Reserve, where you will find wildlife and birds in abundance, or make the journey to the scenic Eryri National Park (Snowdonia), offering over 823 square miles of diverse landscapes and terrain. With so much to do in the area, a stay at Capel Cottage will be one to remember. Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £250. View on map About the location CAPELULO Penmaenmawr 1.5 miles; Conwy 2.5 miles; Llandudno 10 miles. Capelulo is a small village on the North Wales coast between Penmaenmawr and Conwy. The village is in an elevated position with both mountain and sea views and is home to a pub and an Austrian restaurant. Set on the side of the Tal-Y-Fan mountain, Capelulo enjoys stunning views across Conwy Bay to Llandudno, Anglesey and the Irish Sea, and if you are lucky, dolphins can sometimes been see playing in the bay. Capelulo is just a couple of miles from Penmaenmawr, an old quarrying town now adapted into a delightful community stretching along this stunning coastline, yet retaining much of its Victorian architecture, with many local pubs, restaurants and shops, a superb golf course and golden, sandy beaches. A recently opened cycle path leads along the coastal path to Conwy Marina to the East, and Llanfairfechan to the west. Or, head up the Conwy valley through the Sychnant Pass on to the mountain trails that abound there. The sailing club in Penmaenmawr is well established and welcomes day guests, as does the 9 hole golf course, set amongst stunning coastal scenery on the lower slopes of the village. On the promenade you will find numerous activities such as a skate park, bowling green and all weather tennis courts as well as a beach café in the summer.