50 lovely level pitches set within the foothills of the Brecon Beacons. The imposing Skirrid fawr sits alone from the rest of black mountains and provides a dramatic back drop to the Pandy site.
The river Honddu peacefully runs along the sites western boundary. In contrast, on the east side of the site is a railway line but don’t let this put you off. Within a couple of hours I didn’t even notice it! In fact, I’m not sure trains even run at night as we both slept so soundly.
The Pandy site is dog friendly and has a great ‘on site’ dog walk and a dog friendly walk directly from the site in to the Monmouthshire countryside.
Theres no shortage of pubs nearby with nearest being a mere three minutes away. We never had chance to visit but the Pandy Inn is highly rated for food and friendliness.
This site is a great base for exploring Brecons, Hereford area and Ross on Wye. Perfect for walkers and should you want to leave the van there’s buses to Abergavenny or Hereford from just outside the site by the Pandy Inn.
A special mention to the site wardens Bill and Julie for the warm welcome they gave. Plenty of time to chat and share local knowledge even when we arrived an hour after they should have clocked off.
See the Caravan and Motorhomes club page for this site here