Hereford Road, Pandy, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire NP7 8DR Wales UK Website
THE BLACK MOUNTAIN LODGE The Black Mountain Lodge is sited at the Old Pandy Inn, a 17th Century Country Inn some 4 miles north of Abergavenny, 15 miles south of Hereford at the foot of the Black Mountains. The Offa's Dyke Path is some 400 yards away. The area surrounding the Black Mountain Lodge is full of history and legend. For the tourist there are unlimited sights and places to visit from Hay-on-Wye with one of the world's largest collection of book shops, Tintern, Chepstow, Brecon and many other ancient towns with their castles and monasteries. Religion played a huge part in the growth of this part of the country, as can be seen by the many churches and monasteries at Abbey Dore, Tintern Abbey and Llanthony Priory. The Gower Peninsula is one hour away. This part of the world is a haven for the outdoor pursuit enthusiast. We can arrange your activity for you, or put you in touch with the group concerned. The Lodge was an old Fulling Mill across the courtyard from the main building. Recently converted, the Lodge can sleep 20 people in three rooms or opened up for larger groups. The Lodge has full central heating. There is also a wood burner stove in the common room - wood supplied F.O.C. There are free showers at both ends of the building allowing for groups of opposite sexes. Irons, hairdryers, etc., also available free of charge. There is a kitchenette with 2 microwaves, toasters, sandwich toasters and tea/coffee making facilities. There is a television with video playback facilities in the common room. Drying room/Laundry facilities (on meter) and storage room available to residents. There is a smoke and fire alarm system.
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