Pandy Caravan Club Site

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Nice Small Club Site

We stayed here for 3 nights in July. The weather was mixed but we did have one good day of sunshine. As with most of the other reviews we found the wardens extremely helpful and pleasant. The shop is very limited mainly due to the lack of turnover. As for the railway line, it did not disturb us at all. In fact we were intrigued as to what goods were being transported. The shower block was well maintained but closed between 10.30 and 12.00 for cleaning. All in all a pleasant stay and I expect that we will return.

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Peaceful weekend

Found the site very easily,following the directions given in the hand book.the site is level,great as I have mobility problems. It has to be one of the best sites we have stayed on a river along one side,and railway on the other. Toilets etc.,immaculate,wardens friendly. We had a lovely weekend,will defiantly visit again.

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Immaculate Site.

Having declined to stay at the adjacent CL we managed to book at Pandy for two nights on our way north. The Warden made us very welcome and the effort in keeping the site in tip top condition is worthy of note. We would return to Pandy in the future.

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Noting but Praise

My wife and our 2 dogs stayed at Pandy from 10th July 2015 for 6 nights. We were greeted by friendly helpful wardens, The toilets were clean and modern. There is a railway track near the site but the train noise was minimal. I had a problem with my water pump and the wardens were able to advise me of a suitable shop to get it repaired. they suggested I phone the company and have the part delivered to the site. The only fault I found with the site was finding it. Although it is not far off the main road the sat nav sent me up a farm track. I would suggest you look for the Old Pandy Inn and turn in past the pub. the site is on the left immediately after the railway bridge.
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A delightful little site

This is a delightful little site. Lying a few miles north of Abergavenny it is surrounded by hills and bordered by a most attractive river (the Monnow which apparently eventually ends up in Monmouth, hence the name) running close by. This river also runs through the dog walk area - our Labradors loved it! The railway line runs on an embankment high above the site and the trains pass at speed at regular intervals - we got used to their sudden presence very quickly, and they didn't disturb our nights. The staff are delightful; friendly and helpful - good ambassadors for the Club. Despite the drizzle we managed to get out for a good circular walk following part of the Beacon Trail - when the mist and low clouds parted the views were wonderful - in fine weather it must be spectacular. Beware though - despite this being a National Park, most of the stiles are not dog friendly, and we found that heaving muddy, wet Labradors over the stiles because there was no access for them took the edge off the experience. But if you are looking for a friendly, small and well cared for site in lovely surroundings then Pandy fits the bill very well. I have a feeling that we'll be back.

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Very peaceful

We stayed here for a weekend, we didn't want to go far from home but needed a break.  A beautiful peaceful site with nothing around..perfect!! We had our children with us who thoroughly enjoyed having the stream to themselves which is just off the site.  Nothing else in the location for children, so I would say a peaceful site for adults.... lovely!!! 
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Pandy July 2015

Really enjoyed our two week stay. Well-cared for,wardens very friendly. Dog friendly pub nearby.  Good for walkers.  But not close to other amenities.

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Intimate site; pubs a plenty

Stayed for five days and found this to be a great base, with lots of good walking and cycling, and lovely pubs nearby. Highly recommend The Carpenters Arms, just over a mile away up a country lane, it's setting is quite idyllic, with good views to enjoy from a few benches and tables at the front. Homely place to enjoy good pub food and warm hospitality. Also try the Hunters Moon - we walked the Offa's Dyke Trail from the site - 3.8 miles - to get there, otherwise accessed by narrow lanes. Both pubs were dog friendly. The wardens shop doesn't stock a great deal (no newspapers), the nearest place is a couple of miles drive. Dog owners note warning sign in dog walk about Adders - though I understand none sighted for years.

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Fab relaxing place

Just returned from Pandy.  Thanks to the wardens for all their help BTW we're had the old motorhome that decided to die a slow death, but we got home in one piece :) Site and facilites very clean. Wardens were friendly, helpful and full of smiles, again thx. Weather great which meant we were able to have a long walk on the Saturday. The Old Pandy Inn which is run by Alan served lovely food in the evening, my husband and I would recommend the Pheasant pie and the stew - yummy. Not sure its suitable for young children. We'll be back. :)
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Lovely little site

Warm welcome  at this busy site and when we arrived there was very little choice but nevertheless found a good spot. Facilities spotless. Excellent dog walk on site down by the stream with loads of wild flowers as well as  a walk across the road. Took the bus into Abergavenney (£5.10 return and £1 each way for each dog). The Ship Inn en route from the bus station allows dogs inside and we had a coffee and bacon sandwich there - others having a full breakfast at a reasonable price). Impressive castle ruins and a small museum (donations) - it said no dogs so we took it in turns to sit outside on one of the benches near the entrance to the grounds. Pleasant little place to walk round with an indoor market. Had lunch at The Angel which allows dogs inside and in the courtyard - shared the Foxhunter platter which was actually an excellent selection of Spanish deli. Provided fresh water for the dogs. Friday evening went to the local pub, the Old Pandy Inn, where dogs are allowed in the snug/bar. On recommendation from a local I had the pheasant pie which was superb.
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