On first appearances, the bathroom, with its traditional ledged oak door and wrought-iron handle, may have something of the feel of a “Ty Bach”, the outhouse once common around the back of many old Welsh cottages. However, slide the door aside and there is a compact, modern and bright bathroom inside, with a full-size shower cubicle, sink and loo. The loo sits between the shower and outside wall, and clearances are not massive.
Beneath the sink is a set of shelves upcycled from an old umbrella stand by the addition of oak shelving. The two beautiful sheeps-head clothes hooks were made by Spike the Blacksmiths at Llanbrymair, and the ceramic “Ty Bach” sign was made by Bryn Glas Ceramics who displays some of their work at Celf Aran Arts in Dolgellau. The Indian-club and circus marquee light pulls were made by Mark O’Hanlon.