The Ceramic House

J Kay Aplin – Architectural Ceramics

Stay at The Ceramic House!

loft room flower view

The Ceramic House offers unique accommodation and a rare chance to experience staying in a living artwork! We rent rooms out to visitors who want to stay at The Ceramic House for short stays and visits, ranging from one night to several months.

We currently have four rooms available for rent.

The rooms are listed on Airbnb, a global network of accommodation in private homes. You are also welcome to book direct with me. Contact me for booking enquiries here.

So far, the best room in the house is available with a king size bed (with extra beds for up to 2 children). This is the stunning LOFT ROOM with the must-be-seen-to-be-believed LLANBRADACH SPIRES BATHROOM. You can indulge and experience the luxury! You can find the airbnb listing for the loft room here.

On the first floor is the pink room with an exceedingly comfortable double bed and furnished with art deco furniture. Airbnb listing here. Next door is the Blues Room, very cosy, recently refurbished with brand new built in furniture and a comfortable futon bed. Blues room airbnb listing. Both are right next to the Portuguese bathroom, completely tiled with my range of white tiles inspired by Portuguese tiled facades and with one wall of antique blue and white tiles that I brought back over three years of holidays to Portugal.

The most recent room now available is the brand new gallery room in the garden. In autumn 2015 we converted the garage into the gallery, which will function as a white cube gallery space when exhibitions are on, and the rest of the year it is an extremely cute bijoux self-contained studio with en-suite bathroom and kitchenette. It has a king size futon bed, underfloor heating and a small conservatory. The bathroom is the latest feature at The Ceramic House, with my brand new range of bamboo tiles. It has its own terrace with French doors that open up on to the patio with the Blackberry Hill ceramic feature, containing LED lit ceramic tiles covering an entire wall with a bench below.


One comment on “Stay at The Ceramic House!

  1. Joffre Essley
    January 16, 2013

    Sweetness! I love it. I’d definitely stay here.

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