Stayed at the Lancaster Arms yesterday for one night as we were walking the Dyke. We received a very warm welcome from Sandra who is also a dog lover and was lovely to our old black lab poppy! Derek came back soon after and was just as welcoming! We had a drink in the lovely lounge and bar and Sandra booked us a table at the pub up the road for our evening meal (although she did kindly offer to cook for us also.)Our room was lovely and roomy with a big bathroom next door. We had a meal then returned for a couple more drinks and a lovely chat in the lounge/ bar again. Derek took our orders for breakfast and they also made us a packed lunch with the best welsh cake I have tasted in a longtime! The next morning was another very hot day and Derek and Sandra offered to look after Poppy until we got back from our walk which was very kind! They could not have been more helpful - i would thoroughly recommend both the Lancaster Arms and its lovely hosts! Thank you both!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Small country licensed guest house, situated on Offas Dyke footpath. Good home cooking and Friendly welcome guaranteed. Located on the A465 in the village of Pandy just 6 miles northeast of Abergavenny, ideally placed for exploring the Black Mountains, Brecon Beacons and Offas Dyke Footpath. The market towns of Ross-on-Wye and Monmouth and the city of Hereford are only a short journey away.Accommodation consists of 1 double and 2 twin rooms, with different views of The Skirrid Mountain and the Black Mountains. Popular with walkers / ramblers for its accommodation and Sandras home made food. Other facilities include:Luggage transfer Packed lunches for walkers Garden Darts board, Pool table Board games, Cards and crib board. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- The Lancaster Arms Guest House Pandy, Wales