Pandy Caravan Club Site

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Steve C.

An excellent site which is very clean and tidy. Well kept. Wardens were exceptionally friendly and very welcoming. We will definitely return. The nearby Pandy Inn served lovely food and only a short walk.
Caravanner from Gwent

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Great location

We have just spent four nights at the Pandy site. A Lovely level site with a good dog walking area. Facilities kept immaculately clean, the warmest toilet block ever! The wardens were extremely helpful.  The train noise did disrupt our first nights sleep but we did become accustomed to it.  Great location to explore the many interesting towns as well as walks in the mountains.

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Irresponsible Members

Great site, well looked after but what a let down by the visiting mambers, very good dog walk but why don't clear up after their dogs it is your intrest as well as everyone else, came across dogs mess on a couple of occasions. I am a dog owner and value being able to take my dog to good sites like this, but don't like the fact that the few irresponsible dog owners spoil it for everyone.

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A good short stay

We stayed at short notice at Pandy. We just wanted an evening away and a nice relaxed meal.Pandy fitted the bill perfectly with a lovely lady who booked us in and a nice pitch near the dog walking area. The food in the nearby pub was good value. Overall 8/10
Motorhomer

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Ticks all the boxes

A well laid out and maintained site. Our second visit and all is good. The usual high standards of cleanliness are still apparent. An easy to pitch level site within easy reach of many attractions. We heartily recommend The Old Pandy Inn which is a 50 yard walk from the site entrance - good food and ale. We will return in the future.

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late september stay 2016

Great site. Facilities good, clean & tidy. Central location with lots to do in local area and good base for slightly further afield ie Wye Valley. We found trains (track adjacent to site) not a problem.... actually found it peaceful. Will def' use again.

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September road trip stayover

Arrived on site to a friendly welcome from the wardens and good advice on which would be the best pitches for our unit. OK there is some train noise but it seemed to stop during the night so it wasn't an issue. Good walks around the site with plenty of pubs to choose from. Bus stops to both Hereford and Abergavenny are just outside the site and reasonably priced, we visited both places from the site and really enjoyed the time here. Quite happy to recommend this site.

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September Holiday

We stayed here for 1 night as part of a 2 week holiday in September before travelling on to Brecon. The site is small but nicely laid out with roomy pitches. Wardens helpful. As others have said the bathrooms were dated but as they functioned perfectly fine and were very clean I am not complaining. Pub very close by with reasonable pub food. There are walks around but as this was only stop over we only went for short stroll with our dogs by the stream. Abergavenny is a pretty town and worth a visit - the carpark is of a decent size with good access for our motorhome but very busy on market days - I believe you can get the bus from nearby. No real facilities for families but we didn't have children with us. Limited wifi. Some noise from the railway but the trains go fast so it is not that disturbing.
Motorhomer from Cumberland

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Great 5 Days

We had a great 5 day stay at Pandy (wish it had been more).  Lovely small site well kept as we all expect.We highly recommend this site in a fabulous area. Down side is the Facilities. They let this wonderful site down badly (Spotlesly clean) Come on Caravan club must do lots better.  
Caravanner from West Yorkshire

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Lovely site

A smaller site that is nicely laid out. The facilities are now looking dated compared with some other CC sites, but spotless and plenty of them for the size of the site. The site is nicely sheltered in a good position for visiting Hay, Abergavenny, Monmouth etc. I am sure it's good for walking as its close to Offas Dyke path but we didn't have an OS map and there was no information ( we didn't ask) on walks in the area in the 'information hut' so make sure you bring an OS map. The railway is quite busy but we didn't notice after a while, it certainly didn't affect sleeping. Warden was helpful checking in, advising about soft grassy pitches etc. Overall, a lovely site, quiet position, not sure how children would get on. We didn't manage to visit the pub so can't comment on that or the bus service. We will visit again, as it's a lovely site.
Motorhomer from Somerset

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