Pandy Caravan Club Site

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The perfect site.

What a tremendous site, a real jem, perfect for adults, pub next door, (home made steak pie to die for) bus stop to Abergavenny/Hereford just down the road, what more could anybody ask for. The wardens, Liz & Kevin, the perfect hosts! Nothing too much trouble. Not ideal for the little darlings, not much for them to do, wich suits me fine, there were none there when we visited. Will be booking a return visit before the site closes. The only gripe, if you could call it one, is that the English bus pass doesn't work in Wales!! ( I shall be writing to my MP!!!)
Motorhomer from Somerset

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Home from home

We've used this site a lot at weekends as it's about an hour from home. The walks are excellent- recommend one along the Wye- and the local pub is very friendly. Some complain about the railway but it does not bother us- we slept for over 20 hours last weekend. Very pleasant wardens.
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Excellent stay

Everything about this site was perfect for us with plenty to do. Having two dogs means good walks essential and these are in abundance. A walk up to Hatterall Hill just out of (and behind) the site is a must. The views from the top give you the impression of looking out of an aeroplane window!Abergavenny and Hereford are within striking distance and if you need a break from cooking the Pandy Inn just a stones throw away is excelllent (book though, they are justifiably busy). A very helpful garage is located just up the main road towards abergavenny next to the Skirrid Arms pub, also a useful little store at the same location. The Brecon Beacons don't need selling and there is plenty of scope there with dan-y-or-ogof caves, Brecon Mountain Railway, reservoirs, scenery, it is never ending. A visit here will not disappoint, not even if it is raining. The site itself is a nice size, quiet (there is a train line but it does not distract and has the added bonus of a steam engine going by on occasion), and the staff are extremely helpful, upholding the high standards of the CC.

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Great stay

Wonderful site,beautifully maintained,very welcoming & helpful Staff. Convenient for both Hereford & Abergavenny as the bus stops are close by. Local Pub a short walk away. Frequent trains passing,but this did not disturb us at all. We will definitely be back to explore more of this lovely area.

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Brief Visit from 11th to 14th September

This is a lovely site up to the best Caravan Club standards, the train line had put me off visiting before but whilst quite busy it really is not a problem and I intend to return.

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Lovely stay

We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Pandy site. Lovely countryside, long walks and good pubs all in close proximity. We will return very soon.
Caravanner

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Great location for Beacons

Yes the site is next to a main railway line,this did not affect us during our stay. We did find the toilet & shower blocks very clean,but in need of a refurbishment . Great location for exploring the surrounding area and would recommend a visit to the Pandy Arms for nice food & drinks.
Caravanner from Warwickshire

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A relaxing location

This is a mature site, set in a peaceful location, surrounded by beautiful countryside close to Offas Dyke. We enjoyed our stay and visited some amazing scenery, since we were very lucky with some glorious sunshine. However, please note that trains run by at regular intervals alongside the site. Some pitches are quite small compared with other sites, so choose carefully if you wish to set up an awning and park your car. There is also only one washing machine and spin dryer in the laundry room. Information leaflets were somewhat lacking for any local attractions, including walks and the nearby Brecon mountains, but perhaps it is nearing the end of the season and these had been depleted somewhat! But there are many castles in touching distance worth a visit. This site would appeal to people wanting to relax and enjoy the quiet location. There is also an excellent pub in close proximity for snacks and meals with friendly staff and atmosphere. All in all, a pleasant experience but with some minor faults.
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Another lovely short break

This is a lovely site in a beautiful location that we have been to several times.

Plus points are that you can walk out directly from the site on to a minor road and into the Brecon National Park. I've given 4 stars rather than 5 for Peace & quiet because of the railway line that runs along the edge of the site although it's only a minor annoyance. Also only 4 stars for Facilities & cleanliness because, although shower block was spotless, there is just the one block that has to be closed when it's being cleaned.

Very friendly and helpful wardens who would get 5 stars if they had a category!

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Another Welsh Gem!

   A lovely site, just off the main A465 Road, a short distance from Abergavenny in one direction and Hereford in the other. A site well worth a visit.

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