The Pandy Inn

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  1. dogman

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    Did you try the mixed grill? only meal to have ever beaten me (so far!!)

    how loud is the train BTW? were a few miles up the road and the railway is the other side of the valley and its loud enough here when the late evening transporter one goes through!!
     
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    We were right by the track and yes, they are a bit of a pain but not to bad.
    No I didn't try the mixed grill but I certainly will now if I ever stay there again:BigGrin:.
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    try the cripple creek at raglan as well...mixed grill there is huge too

    Bit of a theme here:Blush:
     
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    I only live in Chepstow, only ate there once many years ago, food was very good. Is there a site close by?
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    We stayed in the bunk house at the Pandy Inn for my sons stag weekend, driving hovercraft and buggy's at a nearby activity centre. Must agree food at the Pandy was excellent .
     
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    was that mountain mayhem?
     
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    Sounds familiar, can't be sure as best man did the arranging and being a stag do memory not as good as it could have been.:Blush:
     
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    Think it was mountain mayhem. here's me trying to turn hovercraft:Eeek:
     

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    Stayed at the Pandy site last year, the Pandy Inn is excellent for food and drink, highly recommended:thumb:

    The Pandy site however is immaculate, has excellent facilities, (although the wi-fi wasn't working when we stayed), but the warden and his wife were less than welcoming.... In fact, they were downright unfriendly and ignorant.

    Oh yes, and the trains..... To be honest, the trains weren't really a problem.
     
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    Dogman is right. It's a great little pub ,the staff are welcoming and the caravan club site next door is really nice. We were on the other side to the trains but hey it's a holiday . No prob.
     
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    I go there frequently, great CC site, BUT, I found the food in the Pandy Inn absolutely appalling, always self cater there now !

    And, the drinks are overpriced, especially the Guinness !!:Doh::Doh::Doh:
     

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