Capel Coch (no sniggering now!), above, sat majestically beside the road as we drove through Llanberis.
I wish now that we'd stopped and had a peak inside, because the photos on the agent's website, here, are amazing - particularly the intricate plasterwork ceiling. The ceiling and the chapel itself are Grade II listed.
It's on the market through Dayffd Hardy with an asking price of £199k.
St Dogmaels. The house is detached and perched on the side of a hill with great views over the town and the estuary.
The picture above is the back of the house (I wanted to show you the front but the agent's software doesn't let me - boo!). Anyway, the best bit about the house are the amazing Victorian glazed windows with those fabulous views. Here's bedroom three's windows:
It's on the market through BJP at offers around £200k. More details and pictures here.
I almost missed this sweet little lodge (former chapel?) on the road to Bethlehem (seriously!):
It's in Llandeilo, in a lovely rural setting close to the river Towy in The Brecon Beacons National Park, and with around a third of an acre of land. More details and pictures here. UPDATE: Sold at auction for £116k.
|Finally, here's Max and Willow enjoying wonderful Amroth beach... |