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Inns in Hereford

Pandy Inn
Dorstone
Hereford
Herefordshire

HR3 6AN | View map
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Situated in the heart of the sleepy Herefordshire village of Dorstone, just 4 miles from the World book capital of Hay-on-Wye, The Pandy inn is reputed to be the oldest pub in the county. Dating from around 1185 The Pandy is said to have been built by Sir Richard de Brito during his construction of the neighbouring village church, in penance for the murder of Archbishop Thomas a Beckett.
Today the inn retains much of its historic character and offers a warm welcome to visitors and locals alike. After a long walk, cycle or drive in the picturesque Golden Valley and Brecon Beacons National Park the Pandy Inn is the ideal place to relax and enjoy a pint of local ale and a fine meal. We are also delighted to announce that the Pandy is once again an inn in the true sense of the word. The accommodation is an ECO friendly Timber House built using traditional methods to a modern design.

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