The rooms at the Pandy Inn are situated in a purpose built Scandinavian style wooden building at the rear of the 13th century pub. We opted for one of the de luxe rooms at a small additional cost, having read that some guests were disappointed with rooms overlooking the carpark. We were very happy with this decision as our room had a balcony facing the fields as was equipped with everything we could have wished for . Lovely big, fluffy towels and bathrobes, luxurious toiletries and ample supplies of tea and coffee sachets for relaxing beverages on our balcony. Apart from a slight shortage of hangers in the wardrobe (4) we could find no fault with the room and thoroughly enjoyed our two night stay.
The pub itself is steeped in history and the bar, with it's hop laden beams, is a delightful place to enjoy the generous and delicious breakfast, or a drink and dinner in the evening. The staff are charming, the service very good and there is an overall feeling of a relaxed, friendly welcome. Although the Pandy Inn is rather short on "kerb appeal" and the exterior and car park tend to let it down a bit, don't let this put you off. This is a delightful place and we look forward to a return visit.More
- Free Parking
- Breakfast included