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Details of pub: Penrhiwpal Inn, Troedyraur / Troed-yr-aur

Other names:
Address/Location: Penrhiwpal
OS Grid Ref: SN3474945860
Opened: before 1845      
Closed: c. 1917       Type: Pub
Notes: 1845
"Hunting Appointments: The Bronwydd Beagles will meet on Tuesday next, at Penrhiwpal Inn" Welshman 19 Dec 1845

Penrhiw [inn] Penrhiwpal, Licensee: Davies, Thomas
Slater’s Directory, 1868 (not in Worrall's directory, 1875)
Petty Sessions held in Penrhiwpal Inn AO 4 Sept 1875

On 25-inch map

Petty Sessions: Penrhiwpal; number on list: 7; name of premises: Penrhiwpal; Parish / Place: Troedyrawr; Licensee: Evans, William; owner or tenant : tenant; registered owner : Thomas Hughes Forde Hughes, Carmarthen; 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)

Magistrates propose to withdraw licence. Proposal withdrawn on appeal
"...objection to the renewal of the licence of Penrhiwpal Inn on the ground of structural defects — In the case of the Penrhiwpal Inn, The magistrates refused to renew the license, and ordered the house to be closed on the 5th of April next. " Cmn Jnl 10 Mar 1916

"Lot 3 and 4: Freehold agricultural property known as Nantgwylan, situate in the parishes of Llangynllo and Troedyraur, embracing an area of 207 acres, including farm- house and buildings. Lot 4, which was put up with lot 3 mentioned, consisted of a freehold small holding known as Penrhiwpal Inn (formerly a public-house) and comprising 12a. lr. 36p. The two lots were knocked down for £ 4,100 to Mr. John James, Graig, Llanfihangel-ar-arth (late of Bronarwei,, Henllan), the next highest bid being that of the present tenant." CMN Jnl 26 July 1918

Additional information


Penrhiwpal, 6 inch map, 1904



Drunk and refusing to leave at the Penrhiwpal Inn

Date: 1901