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Fantastic campsite so peaceful and quiet, wardens are so friendly and helpful nothing is too much trouble. Toilets are spotless and showers are so powerful.
Lovely safe site for young children as there are only about 50 pitches.
Can't wait to return as all the...More
It's a lovely site, but uncaring campers make pinch points for you on the exit route out..we told the warden about the situation at 9am..and in the late evening photo nothing had really changed..so we're left to worry about scrapes on the exit route..
My husband and I stayed here for two weeks and found the site very relaxing. The waldens are lovely and friendly. There are some great walks near by including Offa's dyke path which one of the entrances is in walking distance from the site. Abergavenny...More
Just returned from a long weekend at Pandy Caravan Club Site. This site, as is normal for a Caravan Club Site, was immaculately manicured, the communal grassed areas were cut nice and short and we're a nice safe haven for my almost 4 year old...More
After a drive on a Friday evening which took us 4hrs to travel about 100 miles due to heavy traffic, we arrived at 1 minute to 8pm. (The cut off time). However, by the - somewhat officious- warden's watch, it was 1 minute PAST eight....More
The natural landscape of this location means you'll be surrounded by nature at its finest. Pandy Caravan Club Site is located at the western boundary of the River Honddu and visitors to the park are treated to the majestic Skirrid, which greets all early risers with its imposing presence. The reputation of the caravan park's location is clearly deserved. Abergavenny is a treat for all newcomers with its ancient castle being a particular highlight and a food festival that takes place in September. The site is also well placed for visiting the county town of Hereford on the River Wye, with its beautiful cathedral and range of shops and places to eat. Pandy Caravan Club Site itself is a level, luscious green, scattered with impressive mature trees. It's a fine introduction to what you can expect with a bit of exploring. Walks, whether guided or unguided (the Brecon Beacons National Park produces a useful list) prove rewarding as there are no less than seven pubs within 2 miles of the caravan site with the nearest a mere 50yds stroll away. The area is also noted for fine dining, including a Michelin Star restaurant. Historical buildings characterise the area, which speak of the unsettled and sometimes battle-torn history of the borders. Magnificent views can be found at the Symonds Yat Rock with breathtaking sights over the lazy River Wye. The site is situated 0.5 miles from the Offas Dyke path and 10 miles from Blaenavon World Heritage Centre. Recently this area was mentioned on the BBC programme Countryfile.