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Other names: Aberclydan Brewery; Aberclydan Stores; Penarwel Club; Plas Morfa HotelAddress/Location:
Heol y Mor, Llanon SY23 5LX OS Grid Ref:
before 1837 Closed:
c. 1886 Type:
Premises operated as storehouses for import/export prior to becoming a brewery. Brewery operated by Evan Morris; taken over by David Morgan c, 1837and modernised in 1864; transferred to Messrs Davies & Jones of Llandovery in 1879; davies and Jones bankrupt in 1886. Became Aberclydan Stores managed by David Morgan's son Evan until 1913. The stores were serviced by the coasters 'Jane' and 'Joanne'. The arrival of the railway at Aberaeron brought an end to the coastal trading. In the mid 20th century the premises operated as Penarwel Club and caravan site. Later it became Plas Morfa Hotel and restaurant.Additional information
People associated with this establishment Davies, John [-] Jones, John [-] Morgan, David [3 Feb 1814-8 Dec 1882]
Total: 2Events 20 May 1868, Auction / March 1883, Llanon Trotting Match /