N.B. Some pubs do not appear on the maps as we do not have a definite location for them.
Details of pub: Morris's Temperance Hotel, AberystwythOther names: Address/Location:
20 Mary Street (now Lower Terrace Road) OS Grid Ref:
before 1854 Closed:
after 1886 Type:
Earliest reference is 1867 advert, calling it a Temperance Inn.
1871 Census: 20 Mary Street, next to Terminus Vaults (No 19) - but numbers seem to change a lot!
1867 - advert
next to the Terminus Vaults?
No. 20 Thomas Morris 38 Carrier Mar
"THOMAS MORRIS, 20, MARY STREET, NEAR THE RAILWAY STATION, ABERYSTWYTH. Licensed to let Horses and Carriages for hire, Open and Close Carnages, Waggonettes, Phaetons and Basket Carriages. A Wagonette to the Devil's Bridge daily (weather permitting) starts at half past nine o'clock along the south road from which a splendid view is obtained of the valley of the Rheidol and the Rheidol Glen, Snowdon, Cader Idris and Plinlimon, returning via Ponterwyd and Goginan Mines. Fare for the double journey 3s 6d." CN 26 June 1874
Thomas Morris of the Temperance Hotel, Mary Street (lower Terrace Road), Aberystwyth advertised that a Break will start every morning (weather permitting), to Devil's Bridge. [Wales Register and Guide, 1878, adverts page 117]
Temperance Hotel, Morris, Thomas, horse and carriage proprietor, Mary Street, Aberystwyth, in business over 30 years, (Anon, Guide to Aberystwyth and its Environs, adverts, p. 15, (1884)
Advert in Cambrian News
"IMPORTANT TO THE PUBLIC. THOMAS MORRIS AND SON, carriage proprietors, Temperance Hotel, Mary-street, Aberystwyth, begs to inform the Public that to their variety of carriages they have now added a new and handsome Hearse adapted for one horse or a pair. Terms strictly moderate." CN 19 Nov 1886
Tenders invited for rebuilding of 19 and 21 Terrace Road by Thomas Morris, Waterloo Hotel
Licence application by Harry Biddulph, 19 Terrace Road, for a drinks licence for 19 Terrace Road, owned by Thomas Morris of the Waterloo Hotel, Livery Stable prop. AO 20 Aug 1896Additional information
People associated with this establishment Morris, Thomas and Elizabeth [-]