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All reviews the pub hay on wye chalet style car park golden valley log cabin wet room fresh ingredients chickens and ducks pie welsh border room number beautiful countryside biscuits breakfast was delicious stayed here for two nights home made
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Reviewed 31 July 2017 via mobile

We came down to Dorstone for a family bbq/party. Me, my husband had one room, my brother& sister in law in another & our Son in another. The rooms were clean & spacious and the back rooms had lovely views. Magdalena was very friendly and cooked us all a tasty breakfast. My sister in law is a vegetarian, Magdalena was very good offering alternatives for her. Well worth 5 stars, we will be back most definitely. The rooms were wooden log cabin effect, the beds were comfortable, the bathrooms were very spacious with lovely hot showers ( no baths) our bathroom was a wet room type, rhe others had shower cubicles. Breakfast was n a eco cabin next to the accommodation, it was very nice in there. The accommodation was just to the back of the pandy pub which was very nice, friendly place, we had a lovely dinner here and a few drinks in here. There were ducks and chickens at the accommodation, the eggs for breakfast were supplied by these which was nice.

Stayed: July 2017, travelled with family
Thank Bridget M
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Reviewed 10 July 2017

This was our second visit to The Pandy B and B and it was even better than when we stayed a few years ago. Then, breakfast was served in the Pandy Inn, an olde world pub situated just a minute across the car park from the chalet style building which offers several good size rooms. Now, a full English or lighter breakfast is served in a delightful wooden breakfast hut in the B and B garden, complete with wood burner for cooler days.
The Pandy Inn and the bed and breakfast are now two separate businesses but their proximity to one another is only an advantage if you fancy a few drinks!
The room we stayed in was a twin but other rooms offer king size beds. The twins were so comfy, with crisp sheets and plump pillows. There was a tea/coffee and biscuit tray and essential toiletries were provided in the wet room.
Wifi is included in the price but if you need to use your mobile phone be warned that it is difficult to get a signal inside. I did manage however to make a call from part of the garden.
Breakfast was delicious with cereal and juice followed by a full English or lighter options if required. It was all perfectly cooked and presented and our host was very friendly and welcoming.
The chickens and ducks wandering about the garden added to the charm of the location in this sleepy village, which is just a few miles from Hay on Wye, the Welsh border and the beautiful Black Mountains.
We will be back some day.

Room Tip: Rooms at the back have countryside views
  • Stayed: July 2017, travelled with family
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Thank Deborah O
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Reviewed 18 May 2017 via mobile

My wife and I booked quite late for a business trip. Magdelana was super. Nothing was too much bother, she even got up early to cook our breakfasts for us. The accommodation is clean and well presented. Many thanks, we'll see you again.

Stayed: May 2017, travelled on business
Thank Simon R
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Reviewed 18 April 2017 via mobile

Love the accommodation 2nd stay and will be back soon very Scandinavian style rooms great breakfast very friendly owner feel refreshed after every stay if you don't like wood don't come here but if you like comfortable bed good shower great views quiet location next to a lovely old pub don't understand why this place would have a bad review

Stayed: April 2017, travelled as a couple
Thank Ged P
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Reviewed 9 April 2017

Four rooms in wooden chalet style building, behind the Pandy Inn. No 4 has a very comfortable king-size bed, a balcony with a fine view and a spacious shower (no bath). Two things to note: the thick curtains cover the doors to the balcony, but not the windows above: bring eyeshades if the light it’s likely to disturb you. And there is a flight of wooden stairs up to the room. The breakfasts are a delight in another building, surrounded by gardens and interesting fowl.

  • Stayed: April 2017, travelled solo
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Thank yraveller1
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