|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
Well equipped, cosy classic bungalow with rayburn range and open fire. Double doors from sitting room open out into garden and own meadows and river, to which guests have free access.
The cottage is really well laid-out with an open plan kitchen diner (with an Aga), turning into a living room, so our whole family felt together there. But the best thing is the location - just under Sugar Loaf mountain and amidst several meadows, a beautiful river, with only the occasional sheep for company. Gorgeous and highly recommended.
This property was a real gem in a beautiful part of the world.
The cottage is brilliantly equipped, very well appointed and one of the most instantly homey places we've ever been to.
The owner Robin has a great information booklet that makes everything straight forward.
The views and surrounds are gorgeous.
We don't have one single grumble, it a
Was an absolute pleasure.
We all loved Moy Mel for different reasons and hope to return soon. The cottage is idyllic and well equipped. We were sad to leave.
Highlights: The canoeing on the Wye, the Llangorse Climbing Centre, the Four Falls Walk and refreshments at Gliffaes Country Hotel. Oh and the fantastic butcher in Crickhowell.
We booked Moy Mel with the hope of seclusion and solitude and were not disappointed.
A fabulous place to stay for anyone wanting complete tranquility...
... definitely one of our favourite bookings.
Special interest holidays:
Wonderful walking, cycling, tramping etc. in the Black Mountains & Brecon Beacons.
Crickhowell (4.5 miles)
Abergavenny (5.5 miles)
Some wonderful restaurants a short drive away (Walnut Tree, The Hardwick, The Bell at Skenfrith, The Foxhunter - amongst others).
Please Contact Owner.
Summer changeover day: Saturday
Winter changeover day: Friday
Short breaks available between October and April