The house in Moya was very clean, beds comfortable and reasonably well equipped. However, we didn't get off to a good start as our host didn't materialize to either allow us in upon our arrival or anytime during our 5 day stay. After a couple of hours trying to contact our host and kicking our heels in very quiet Moya, we popped into shop nearby and it was the shopkeeper who told us that the owner's mother lived next door. Thankfully she had a key and let us in. Why this hadn't been communicated in previous emails remains a mystery, as does our host. The weather was very rainy and cold and as a result the house also felt cold and damp. With only the tiniest heater it was difficult to make any difference to temperature in the open plan sitting area. I thought as they were letting the house throughout year then this should be addressed for visitors' basic comfort.
It's an interesting place to stay, the views amazing and the house quite charming, but definitely somewhere for... Plus