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St.Mary's Church (Capel-y-ffin)

Vale of Ewyas, Abergavenny NP7, Wales
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A trip to Capet-y-Fin

A fascinating little church (it really is very small) well worth seeing - I have visited several... read more

Reviewed 11 July 2017
ian j
,
Usk, United Kingdom
Fascinating place, but very narrow roads on the way

Having seen this on TV and with it being a short distance from my home I decided a visit was in... read more

Reviewed 29 May 2017
Carolyn S
,
Lydbrook, England, United Kingdom
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10 Jul 2017
“A trip to Capet-y-Fin”
27 Feb 2017
“Kilverts Diary”
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Vale of Ewyas, Abergavenny NP7, Wales
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Reviewed 11 July 2017

A fascinating little church (it really is very small) well worth seeing - I have visited several times but tend also visit Llantony Abbey which is a short distance further up the same valley complete with refreshments.

Thank ian j
Reviewed 29 May 2017

Having seen this on TV and with it being a short distance from my home I decided a visit was in order. I live in an area with lots of narrow roads but these were really tricky to manoeuvre, especially with so many high hedges....More

Thank Carolyn S
Reviewed 27 February 2017

Kilvert mentioned this Church in his book, how "Owl like",he was quite right it is so beautiful and peaceful from a different time. Sadly the village is in a terrible state needs a good tidy up as after traveling all the way to this village...More

1  Thank appleton66
Reviewed 22 September 2016

When I went there the church did not allow people inside. Albeit I went on a wet and windy day. There is a nice part with a cross and an old gate.

Thank Freezingwater2016
Reviewed 29 January 2016

Tiny, tiny Church nestling amongst massive centuries old Yew trees. The whole ambience was of calm and quiet holiness. People still worship here twice a month adding to the numbers who have prayed here for many hundreds of years. The teddy bears were extremely well...More

2  Thank peter b
Reviewed 28 December 2015

Been visiting this beautiful little church for decades, situated in a lovely valley, the churchyard is populated by interesting gravestones and numerous yew trees. Step inside, look around, breathe in the atmosphere and as you do read the inscription on the main window. I have...More

1  Thank baldred
Reviewed 24 October 2015

Small piece of heaven. Well worth the trek down a single track road. Amazing windows. Its open every day and in beautiful surroundings

1  Thank ultranuttymum
Reviewed 25 September 2015

If you are walking this way or in the Black Mountains above (or driving by) make the effort to visit this small whitewashed Chapel and take the opportunity to rest awhile. You will enjoy tranquillity and respite amongst some of the finest scenery you will...More

Thank Mick B
Reviewed 17 September 2015 via mobile

My family live in Capel-y-Ffin and we have family buried here so we see this lovely chapel often. It's always a nice tranquil space to be, and it's open every day except Christmas Day.

1  Thank MojoOnTravels
Reviewed 7 July 2015

Not easy to get to as the road is mostly single track. You can walk if you are fit and able. A wonderful church with the most wonderful windows looking out on the most glorious scenery. Take your wellies it can be very muddy!

1  Thank Douglas1953
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