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A quiet Welsh hamlet with a wealth of walks and history to discover

UK | Wales | Brecon Beacons | Pandy
Blaenavon Ironworks

The small hamlet of Pandy is situated inside the Brecon Beacons National Park, just one mile from the Wales-England border. It is perfectly placed to be able to enjoy a myriad of walking and cycling routes with the magnificent Black Mountains to the west, The Skirrid to the east and the Offa’s Dyke Path and Marches Way passing through.

Historical buildings characterise the area with a mixture of Victorian era cottages, farms and villas. There are two traditional pubs to enjoy a meal in, so after a day of exploring the beauty of the surrounding countryside, you can unwind and delight in the local village life.

Just six miles away is the charming market town of Abergavenny, a mecca for foodies with its variety of restaurants and the annual Abergavenny Food Festival. Rich in history and heritage you will be spoilt for choice with castles, Roman remains, medieval mansions and standing stones to explore. Take a relaxing walk along the picturesque Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal, which follows the line of the beautiful Usk Valley, or treat yourself to some local produce from the wide array of interesting shops and markets.

Caerleon Roman Fortress and Baths

For some spectacular views over the River Wye, head to Symonds Yat Rock; if you’re lucky you might witness a pair of peregrine falcons nesting on the cliff side between April and August. This area is also popular for canoeing and kayaking if you prefer a more adventurous holiday.

Head to the Blaenavon World Heritage Centre half an hour away from Pandy to appreciate the extraordinary history and industrial heritage of this part of South Wales. Set in a 33-square kilometre World Heritage Site, which includes The Big Pit National Coal Museum, Ironworks and Heritage Railway, it is a testament to the human endeavour of miners and ironworkers of the past.

“Enjoy the breath-taking surrounding countryside on walks through the Brecon Beacons National Park”

Delve even deeper into the past at Caerleon Roman Fortress and Baths and gain a vivid picture into life in second-century Roman Britain. Discover Roman Baths, legionary barracks and the most complete amphitheatre in Britain. With an exciting events programme throughout the year, it makes for a fantastic family day out.

Within driving distance, you also have the vibrant cities of Hereford and Cardiff, ideal if you want to indulge in some serious retail therapy, nightlife, and a wide array of sightseeing attractions.

Have a browse of our Pandy cottages to make the most of this wonderful part of the Brecon Beacons National Park.

While you’re there

Offa’s Dyke Path

Get the camera ready and enjoy a relaxing walk through awe-inspiring landscapes with amazing wildlife watching opportunities.

Caerleon Roman Fortress and Baths

Take the family on a fun and interesting day out to explore local Roman history.

Blaenavon World Heritage Centre

Discover the fascinating industrial heritage of this part of South Wales.

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