N.B. Some pubs do not appear on the maps as we do not have a definite location for them.
Details of pub: Llanina Arms, LlanarthOther names: Address/Location: OS Grid Ref:
open 2017 Type:
The village of Llanarth is equally miserable with the preceding [Aberaeron]. The landlady of the inn, as it was called, being from home, it was with great difficulty that we could appease our hunger; there being only a single white roll in the place, and the barley bread, which they offered us, as their own usual provision, being really not eatable with our palates.
Shephard, Charles, A Tour Through Wales and the central Parts of England, 1796
Gentleman’s Magazine, LXIX, (1799), pp. 452-456, 755-758, 851-, 932-935, 1036-1040.
licensee: Evan Evans
(Worrall’s Directory, 1875)
"Evan Isaac Evans, Llanina Arms, Llanarth, was charged by P.C. Price (6) with selling intoxicating liquors during prohibited hours on Christmas Day last. Fined £5 and costs.Mr. John Thomson, Mr. K. Jones, and Mr. Daniel Evans were charged with being on the said premises on the said day. Fined 5s. each, and costs." CN 17 Jan 1879
1904 and 1888
Marked as Llanina Arms
(6 inch map, revised 1904, published 1906)
Petty Sessions: Aberaeron; number on list: 31; name of premises: Llanina Arms; Parish / Place: Llanarth; Licensee: Thomas, Daniel; owner or tenant : tenant; registered owner : C.A. Longcroft, Llanina, New Quay; free or tied: Free; tied to: [blank]; type of licence: full; on or off licence: on; number of licenced days per week: 6. (1905 list)
Additions to Llanina Arms Hotel, Llanarth
Ceredigion Archives, CDC/HI/4
Copies of a series of letters dated 2 September 1948, including one to Capt. Davies, Llanina Hotel, Llanarth, Cards, from the Vale of Clettwr Hunt, as follows; ‘I was asked at the last Meeting of the Vale of Clettwr Hunt to write to you with reference to the collecting book in your possession, and I shall be obliged if you will now return this to me with any money you have to hand.’
Ceredigion Archives VC/1/37