Pandy Caravan Club Site

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We have stayed here several times in the past - this time was after a 2-week tour of Wales in our campervan. We decided to have our last stop off at Pandy before returning to home to Southampton. It was nice to have a relaxing afternoon on site. This site is between a fast flowing river and a railway line. However, we did not find the passing trains an issue. The pitches a well spaced out and we did not feel overlooked. The Wardens were most welcoming, friendly and helpful. Facilities were what you expect from a club site. One of our favorite small club sites.
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Just perfect

What a little gem of a site. Just spent three glorious relaxing days there. Thank you Julie & Bill for making us so welcome, we will definitely be back. Our dog Bailey loved the dog walk & we loved the peace & quiet Debbie & Richard 😊

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Facilities not touched since 1980

Whilst very friendly, this site is not Club site standard. The facilities are terribly out of date and they close them from 10:30 - 12 everyday. The pitches are too close together and there is a freight train running through the night right next to the site. It simply doesn't compare with modern expectations.

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Great wardens and great site

One of the best kept sites. Immaculate even down to the bins being washed. The wardens Bill and Julie are very warm and welcoming and knowledgeable about the area. We love this site.
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A beautiful site

We have recently returned home from a week's stay at this beautiful site. It is in a lovely peaceful location, next to a little stream. Yes, there is a railway line adjacent, but for someone who hates noise, it really wasn't a problem. The site is beautifully maintained, and the staff were very welcoming and friendly. There is lots to see locally. Would recommend Raglan Castle (and the adjacent cafe), and a trip to Tintern. We've already recommended the site to my Sister!!
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Great little site

We stayed for just 3 nights, but the wardens were SO friendly, making us feel at home from the start. The site wasn't cluttered with "do not" signs, which characterises so many sites - a breath of fresh air. The site is very handy for Black Mountain walks and easy to access.

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Favourite site ever !

Great site run by fantastic people very helpful and what a quality site! Very well kept very clean tidy and organised . Grass and hard standing pitches all well looked after easy to get to great walking country around and pub with lovely food by the entrance . Excellent shower facilities have returned time after time a favourite ! Only. 20 mins away from Abergavenny for shops fab place !
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Peaceful site with lovely views

Bill and Julie are wonderfully friendly and helpful hosts (it sounds too officious to call them Wardens) who keep an immaculate site. You can go for long (or shorter) circular walks directly from the site, or there's a regular bus service to Hereford in one direction or Abergavenny in the other. Plus, there's a pub offering CMHC members a discount within 100m! What more could you ask? OK, so the facilities block is showing it's age but we still enjoyed showers that were more powerful than at home! The occasional Sprinter trains that run alongside the site didn't disturb us at all.

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Lovely visit

Lovely welcome from the Wardens, always happy to suggest good walks. The trains passing didn’t bother us. The freight train didn’t pass on weekends, the passenger train was Only two carriages and quieter than a car. Lovely. Space behind the caravan to sit outside to watch the river flow by. Carpenter Arms was lovely, so was our visit to Abergavenny. Will visit again. Shower block dated but spotlessly clean and warm.

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Warm welcome from wardens still enthusiastic at the very end of the season

We love this site and visit two or three times a year as it's only 45 minutes from home. The grounds and facilities are immaculately kept by Bill and Julie, the friendly helpful wardens who are a credit to the Club. The riverside dog walk is more than adequate for 'first and last' walks but there are some fantastic longer walks with amazing views directly from the site. The Pandy Inn is about 500 yards from the site but we'd recommend the small, old-fashioned Carpenters Arms which is a 45 minute walk or a couple of miles by car. The food is truly homemade and delicious. Booking recommended. Although the toilet and shower block is kept spotlessly clean, it is showing its age. The showers were exceptionally hot and powerful though! Can't wait to visit again in spring 2019.

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