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Sandra was looking out for us on the Offa's Dyke path, which is about 20 meters from the B&B. From then on our experience was excellent. We enjoyed a drink with Sandra and Keith on arrival and enjoyed a full cooked breakfast next morning. The rooms were very good and we cannot find fault at all. Would we stay there...

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Thank John C
Aarhus, Denmark
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A former pub makes this B&B quirky - big enough, clean, functional twin room. Bathroom with both shower and bath. Incredible entertaining hosts - we had a lovely eveing with a homecooked meal. Lovely - huge - breakfast the next day. Would definitely reccommend - we stayed 1 night whilst walking Offa's Dyke.

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Thank Susanna A
East Sussex, United Kingdom
Reviewed 21 April 2017

This is a proper B&B. An old pub that still serves residents but no one else. Rooms are basic but clean and comfortable as is the shared bathroom. It's not posh, but the owners are friendly and breakfast is good. If you're walking and want somewhere which is good value and en route this is a good place to stay....

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Thank Paul S
Wirral
Reviewed 15 October 2016

You can see why Offa's Dyke walkers like this place - it's just about as close to the path as you can get! The rooms were clean and comfortable and our hosts Sandra and Keith were friendly and helpful. The only rather odd feature was the lack of an outside door key. We understand the reason for this and it...

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Thank Ivanhoe123
Cambridge, United Kingdom
Reviewed 31 July 2016

Lovely B&B. Nice room. Lots of space. Clean, tidy, functional but homely. Great breakfast, vegetarian option available and really sociable. Lovely packed lunch in preperation for the Hatterrall Ridge. Day 3 of Offa's Dyke.

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Thank Paul E
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 5 June 2016

We'd walked to Pandy and taken a little longer than forecast. At 8pm, just a few minutes from our destination, we received a welcome "are you ok?" call from Keith (he and Sandra run the Lancaster Arms). This set the tone for our stay. Simple tasty home-cooked food, great hosting, and a very clean and comfortable room. Recommended if you're...

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Thank isabel_l0nd0n
Oslo
Reviewed 14 October 2015

It was getting dark, we were tired (after walking 46km), and we had just taken a wrong turn and missed the pub. The landlord talked us in and came out to meet us, helped us with our muddy boots, showed us the drying room and served us a pint. Then Sandra set about making a nice dinner. This was the...

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Newport, South East Wales
Reviewed 1 October 2015

Nice enough B&B, stayed one night, everything OK, shower a little piddly but typical electric shower. Breakfast not bad, but felt it had been on the hot plate a little too long, certainly wasn't cooked fresh. The big issue I had was having to be in by 10:30pm. The B&B don't give you a key to the front door, and...

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Thank Ewen65
Newbury, United Kingdom
Reviewed 24 July 2015

Stayed during our Offa's Dyke walk. Very dog friendly, great food, very reasonably priced, immaculately clean, no clock tower which had woken us in Chepstow, Monmouth and then Hay and Kington! So a peaceful night's sleep despite being on a busy road. There is ample parking and it is located directly on OD. Sandra and Keith are very engaging over...

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Thank Davidbrandx
Neath, United Kingdom
Reviewed 9 June 2015 via mobile

Don't read the negative reviews. I enjoyed a great nights stay here recently when I walked the Offas Dyke path with a friend. To have a pub to yourself is certainly a treat and the food was excellent. A must for anyone stopping off in Pandy when walking the OD path.

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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 

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Address: Old Hereford Road, Pandy, Abergavenny NP7 8DW, Wales
Region: United Kingdom > Wales > Southern Wales > Monmouthshire > Abergavenny > Pandy
Number of rooms: 3
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