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Details of pub: Inn, Llanarth

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Closed: NOT KNOWN       Type: Pub
Notes: 1796
The village of Llanarth is equally miserable with the preceding. The landlady of the inn, as it was called, being from home, it was with great difficulty that we could appease our hunger; there being only a single white roll in the place, and the barley bread, which they offered us, as their own usual provision, being really not eatable with our palates.
Shephard, Charles, A Tour Through Wales and the central Parts of England, 1796, Gentleman's Magazine, LXIX, (1799), p. 757


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6 inch OS Map, (1906)

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