Pandy Caravan Club Site

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Another nice site.

We found pandy to be a lovely site facilities dated yet clean & useable. The wardens were very helpful and friendly with the local pandy inn nice to eat and drink in. The only downside to this site was the noisy trains at night keeping us awake. Apart from that superb stay.
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Fantastic bank holiday break

Positives- superb base for cycling on quiet roads to Llantony Priory and Abergavenny. Waitrose nearby in Abergavenny. Few trains during Saturday or Sunday night. Very peaceful site. Excellent dog walking area. Negatives- not much for children to do apart from football net. Toilet starting to look a little rundown. Noisy freight trains on Friday night. Overall- a wonderful site where I am sure we will return again and again.

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Brilliant get away

We called in at 5pm just as the wardens were going off site - they were most helpful as we had parked on a nearby site which we didn't like and wanted to move immediately. Wardens happily accommodated us with a vacant pitch, gave us info and said that we could pay the next day. We then collected our van and spent 4 nights happily parked up and found the site to be quiet (apart from occasional passing trains) and surprisingly only two thirds full. As it was mid august we were happy to find the site relatively child free and available at such short notice. We would definitely return.

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You need a car for this Site

Stayed 4 nights Aug 15 in Motorhome. The Site is good, but is close to an active railway line which did wake us during the night. Nice walking country, but too far to shops or a Town. We were staying on Site with caravanning friends so drove to Abergavenny when required. 2 excellent pubs we walked to ...... The Skirrid in Llanvihangel Crucorney (Wales oldest inn with great history) and east to the remote Hunters Moon in Llangattock Lingoed, a lovely old inn on the Offas Dyke path where the enterprising landlord has made a real effort to make a go of it .... Including long opening hours. The Pandy Inn is good but has restricted opening hours. Both U.S. and our caravan friends agreed Nice site but we wouldn't revisit due its isolation.
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Lovely little site

Stayed at Pandy from 12/8 to 16/8. Lovely Lady on Reception gave us a warm welcome. Pitched up on Number 4 which gave us the last of the evening sun ( yes, we did have some). Railway behind us which didn't bother us at all. Site is spotless, toilets were well maintained and very clean. They will need refurbishment sometime. Excellent location for Hereford and Abergavenny. The local "Pandy Inn" is very accomodating, good food but a little pricey. The Carpenters Arms in Walterstone (turn left out of the site) is very nice, quaint, be warned they only do cash.  We cannot fault this site and will return The sting in the tail was that we had to call Mayday Recovery, went to see the Lady on Reception, she was so helpful and said don't worry about anything.
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Abergavenny Break

We stayed at the Pandy site in April and May as our first trip of the year. The site, as you would expect is immaculately clean and well kept. The site is sandwiched between a river and railway and the commuter trains run past relatively quietly but the evenings freight trains do thunder a little. The dog walk is adequate but we kept our three Retrievers on leads when down by the river - the smell of wet dogs in a caravan must be avoided at all costs. For days out Raglan Castle, Goodrich Castle, Hereford Cider Museum, Hereford Cathedral, Castle Coch, Tretower Court, Caerphilly Castle and Blaenavon are all within driving distance and all well worth a visit. There is an ice cream farm type affair at Rowlestone where on certain days you can watch the ice cream being made. Very good location for exploring the surrounding area. The pitches, however, are quite small and cars are parked at the front of the caravan if the side is taken up with the awning.

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Part 1 of a 6 day tour.

Stayed 2 nights in August. The Staff are lovely and really friendly. The site is immaculate. The Pandy Inn about 60 seconds walk is a typical country pub with a couple of real ales and good pub grub. We have a 7.5 m motorhome which we parked in the  coach park in Abergavenny, after asking permission. (The car park has a 2.5 ton limit and height restriction barriers). A vist to Raglan Castle is worth the trip, the access is a bit tight but parking on the grass car park is no problem. 

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IDEAL SITE

Stayed 6 nights in July. The weather was a bit of a mixed bag but thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. Site very clean and tidy and wardens very helpful and friendly.Nice pubs nearby serving good food.Bus stop at main road for Abergavenny or Hereford.On entering the site what struck me as a first impression was the absence of flowers compared with other club sites we have visited ,no flowers to be seen anywhere.( This is the only negative point about this site )
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5 DAYS IN WALES

Excellent site, very good wardens, helpful polite and professional. quiet location great dog walking and good food in pub 50 yds away and the dog was allowed in the bar whilst we ate. Will be back.
Motorhomer from North Yorkshire

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Lovely site

A lovely well maintained site, the railway line only has minimal trains running so didn't bother us. Despite the site not being ideal for children our 3 enjoyed them selves in the field at the end and playing in the river. A lovely peaceful site, highly recommend.
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