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Reviewed September 10, 2012

It's not often that a venue exceeds the promise of it's web-site, but The Pandy Inn does it, and how! We stayed for one night and are already planning our next visit. From the moment we arrived I knew we'd found something special. The Inn dates back to the 12th century and is full of charm and atmosphere. The accommodation is definitely not 12th century!! Bedrooms are in a separate, beautifully constructed wooden house located behind the inn. Everything about the accommodation is first class - perfect bathroom, big comfortable bed with crisp white linen, spotless room with high ceiling and enormous window to take full advantage of the beautiful view. And, to add that something extra, our room had a little balcony to sit out on. We had dinner in the inn and it was just perfect. Beautifully cooked and with delightful service. Breakfast was cooked to order and delicious. So, for a perfect location, luxurious accommodation and a warm welcome, I can't fault this place. Just can't wait to return and further explore this beautiful part of the country.

Room Tip: All the rooms are great but we particularly liked ours which was to the back of the wooden house and with that balcony to sit out on.
  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank Maura D
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Reviewed September 9, 2012

We stayed for just one night. Ours was room 5, at the back of the seperate accommodation 'chalet' which is behind the pub, with beautiful views across the fields. The room is simply furnished, wooden clad throughout - fresh, clean, plenty of coffee and milk and lovely bathroom products.

It was incredibly peaceful with no traffic or pub noise to disturb our sleep. Breakfast was generous and delicious - served in the pub itself. Whilst the service was pretty slow it didn't matter - it was all very relaxed and pleasant.

I would recommend asking for one of the bedrooms which has either a balcony or decked area to the rear - to maximise on the spectacular views.

  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank Stephanie R
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Reviewed September 2, 2012

We stayed for just one night. It was a beautiful location with a stunning view. Service was friendly and efficient. Food simple and fresh from local produce. Room was lovely and large. Old fashioned bar with friendly locals. Highly recommended.

  • Stayed: August 2012
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Thank Tractarian
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Reviewed August 9, 2012

Stayed 2 nights at the Pandy with friends with a day paddling a couple of Canadian canoes down the wye from whitney bridge to byford. We loved the luxurious cabin (and there are only about 6 cars in the car park as well as all the fancy chickens) and it's such a lovely rural location. The food was fabulous -steak rack of lamb seafood pie all wonderful - and we don't often eat puddings as they are generally not worth the calories but the truffle tort was heavenly and all the puddings are home made. Kind of wanted to try them all. Perfect friendly hospitality and no problems leaving the canoes/ trailer for the day whilst we explored Hay on our last day. All in all a lovely trip and would definitely stay here again.

  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled with friends
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1  Thank Brenda S
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Reviewed August 5, 2012

I booked a two night romantic break in the Pandy Inn after seeing it on-line but when we arrived I was extremely disappointed. Our room had a view of the car park and, worse, the car park had a perfect view of our room!! And with floor to ceiling windows, the only way to get any privacy was by pulling the curtains across and blocking out the daylight altogether.
I was very upset at what I felt had been a misrepresentation of the web site and so we told the owner that we didn't want to stay. He seemed ok about it but then I later found out that they had charged my credit card an £85 cancellation fee, without telling me, even though we hadn't cancelled, as such, we had left because it didn't live up to its own publicity.
On a brighter note, we drove about another 10 miles and found a perfect place to stay - The Black Mountain Lodge - which I can highly recommend.

Room Tip: Make sure you book one of the rooms facing the fields and not the car park.
  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank 534LindyLoo
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