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...続きを読む
Lovely clean generous sized room, large comfortable bed and huge bathroom - couldn't ask for more but yes there was - the breakfast was amazing. We had the full works, with local bacon and sausage and the b&b's very own eggs. We were in room...続きを読む
Probably one of the best b&b's we have ever stayed in, lovely comfy rooms, very well equipped, and breakfast, in the new garden room, surrounded by the ducks and chickens was a delight. Well done Magdalena! And food and staff in the Pandy Inn opposite...続きを読む
Pub and B&B are now separately owned but it doesn't matter, the two compliment each other superbly. The B&B is a delight. The wooden house is an astonishingly heavily built and attractive structure, and provides warm, airy, spacious comfort - a really lovely space in...続きを読む
We needed a ground floor dog friendly room to stay at twice in one week, between Devon and North Wales, and I can't believe my luck that we found this B and B. It is far and away one of the best dog friendly rooms...続きを読む
My husband and I are looking to book a cottage for Christmas and whichever cottage we choose depends on what the local pub is like. We are looking for a very very cosy pub. So many country pubs are lovely from the outside but such a disappointment when you get inside! Is The Pandy inn a very cosy pub? Does it have roaring fires, tables lit with candlelight, lots of atmosphere? The sort of pub you could sit in all night after a long walk? The photos on the web don't show much of the inside. Thanks for your opinion. I have to get the pub right before I choose a cottage!!!