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Details of pub: Pentre Brunant, CwmystwythOther names: Address/Location:
Cwmystwyth OS Grid Ref:
before 1789 Closed:
NOT KNOWN Type:
Pentre Brunant was the name of a settlement in the valley of Cwmystwyth on the road between Devil’s Bridge and Rhayader. It was one of two places near Devil’s Bridge which offered accommodation for travellers before Thomas Johnes built a ‘public cottage’ at Devil’s Bridge in 1792-1793. Notes:
It is marked as Pentre Brunant Inn on Roper and Cole's map of Cardiganshire, 1809, and on John Evan's map of part of Cardiganshire, 1824
Map of part of Cardiganshire by John Evans, 1824
Date: 1824 (approx)