The Old Pandy Inn & Black Mountain Lodge

Traditional country pub with Group Accommodation on-site

The Old Pandy Inn and Black Mountain Lodge in Pandy is a popular overnight stop for walkers doing the Offa’s Dyke path and exploring the mountains, so you’ll often find the bunkhouse filled with interesting company – and lots of hiking boots!

A lively crowd of locals and visitors can always be found in the pub/restaurant, which is literally just a few steps away. The owners’ enthusiasm seems to spread through the whole place, and I highly recommend staying for a few pints of the excellent cask ale and a good chat.

The hostel accommodation feels very homely, with lots of sofas and large fireplaces. The exposed timber framing and stone walls give it the atmosphere of a medieval hall, but don’t worry - there’s a good heating system and beds are a cut above typical bunkhouse standards.

The Lodge itself is an attractive red stone building, formerly a fulling mill (wool), which was renovated to sleep 25 people. Across the courtyard a 17th century country inn houses the pub, restaurant and B&B accommodation.

Located in the Brecon Beacons, east of the park

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The Old Pandy Inn & Black Mountain Lodge
Hereford Road Pandy Monmouthshire NP7 8DR Wales
phone: 01873 890 208 fax:

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