The Captain's Bank is fully refurbished for May 2016. As you step over the threshold of this spacious, quirky ground floor apartment, you are stepping back in time into the old smugglers bank.
Luxury self-catering holiday apartment for your Welsh getaway. The Cornmill No6 is a converted harbour building in the friendly and beautifully located town Porthmadog, which prides itself as the gatway to Snowdonia National Park. The apartment is taking favour of the stunning view over the mountains with a scenery that constantly changes over the day as the tide comes in and out of the harbour. Enjoy the view of the steam-train rolling in to the station or go for a short stroll around town for a lovely dinner out. Perfect for those to wish to relax, or for those who are looking for a more active holiday with golfing, kite-surfing or hiking.
Also check out our other two apartments:
#6849830 The Captain's Penthouse (sleeps 6)
#6560929 The Harbour Suite (sleeps 4)
Change-over day for week-long stays: Friday
Open plan sitting / kitchen / dining room. Through the stable door into a comfy and spacious living area with two fabulous cream leather chesterfield sofas and an electric log effect fire set into a slate inglenook. Wall hung Smart Tv with Netflix, Amazon (log in to your own account).
Note, fireplace is not suitable as fireplace.
Up two steps to the a dining area with table & four chairs. Well equipped kitchen with electric oven & hob, extractor, fridge with ice box and washing machine.
Two stylish bedrooms -
King sized bed, with wall hung TV and a fabulous en-suite built into the old vault! The en-suite has a walk in shower, heated towel rail. Separate loo & wash hand basin & a separate dressing room.
A double bedrooms just off the living area with & wall hung TV & en-suite bathroom with wash hand basin, loo & walk in shower, heated towel rail.
On-suites in bedrooms.
New for 2018! A soundproof oak door is fitted between the double bedroom and the walk-in closet. The closet has a lean too roof, and guests have given feedback that the rain was noisy on its roof. With the new door this is solved.