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Details of pub: Penllwyndu Inn, Llandygwydd

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Address/Location: SA43 2LY
OS Grid Ref: SN2406645828
Opened: before 1841      
Closed: open 2017       Type: Pub
Summary: In the parish of Llangoedmor. A building is marked on the tithe map, but is not named. Named as PH on 1889 25-inch.

Closed in 1917, but seems to have re-opened at some stage

Base of an Ivorite Lodge (1874). Members of the lodge mentioned as attending a meeting in Newport Pem in 1841 (Welshman 22 Oct 1841)

Notes: 1874 Ivorite meeting - see att
licensee: John Jones (Worrall’s Directory, 1875)

"the license was granted, as was also that of Penllwyddu [sic] Inn to Mrs Jones, in the place of the late Mr John Jones, her husband. " WGWWA 11 Dec 1902
Petty Sessions: Lower Troedyraur; number on list: 5; name of premises: Penllwyndu Inn; Parish / Place: Llandugwydd; Licensee: Jones, Elizabeth; owner or tenant : tenant; registered owner : A Brigstock, Blaenpant; 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)
Closed, Compensation £221
(County Licencing Committee, 1905-1938 Ceredigion Archives, Cards/QS/L/1)

Additional information


Penllwyndu, 6 inch, 1904

Date: 1904 (approx)


Penllwyndu, 25 inch, 1888

Date: 1888 (approx)


Official Facebook page

Date: 2017


Ivorites meeting at the Penllwyndu

Date: 1874


Origin of the name?

Date: 1896