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Reviewed February 7, 2013

We booked in Feb 20012 (should have done this ages ago) expecting a nice little country pub near to Hay and some nice scenery. What we got was exceptional. The welcome was warm and friendly, our room was spacious and spotless with a very nice view. The owners and staff were all very cheerful and helpful. The evening meal was great, my wife ordered duck, not something I am a fan of but this was beautiful. Breakfast was one of the best. When leaving, we asked the owner if there was a more scenic route home, you would never pick/find the way he gave us but it was breathtaking. All in all top class break 10 out of 10.

Room Tip: The rooms at the back face the mountains.
  • Stayed: March 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank JohnboyYNWA
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Reviewed December 26, 2012

I booked this B&B for a nice Christmas break. The room was lovely, spacious and atmospheric. It has been built in traditional polish mountain style (apparently), light wood with gorgeous large windows. The wooden beams give the rooms a very relaxed feel, the furniture is modern but again made from wood, which really adds to the natural air of the room. The large kingsize bed and well equipped bathroom (with dressing gowns) are far better than the average B&B.
Breakfast was good, too.

We ate here for dinner the first night - as they also own the pub - which was excellent. The A La Carte menu is fantastic, a real treat. The pub is believed to be from 1185, possibly the oldest in the country.

Christmas Lunch was amazing.

Leave the cellphone at home as there is no signal and be aware that there are cockerels on site, so early rising is a given. But although we love a good sleep-in, it did not have a negative impact on our stay.

Thanks for the great trip!

Room Tip: We stayed in room 4 - the kingsize room - this has a balcony overlooking the Herefordshire hills, very lovely.
  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank Michael R
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Reviewed October 18, 2012

We were visiting the area for a family party and had two nights at the Pandy. The accommodation is in a purpose built Zakopane style wooden building, but it was built to a very high standard and everything was spotless. There were 7 of us so we took all 4 rooms, ours was upstairs overlooking the hills and fields. We had a good meal in the restaurant the first night and pub snacks on the second. It is a very attractive pub and the staff were very polite and very helpful at all times. It is very convenient for Hay on Wye, Hereford and beyond.

Room Tip: Overlooking the fields at the back.
  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled with family
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Thank Julia R
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Reviewed September 11, 2012

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.

Room Tip: Avoid rooms overlooking the carpark if possible
  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank Touchwood
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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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