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Details of pub: Prince of Wales, Aberystwyth

Other names:
Address/Location: Eastgate (formerly Little Darkgate Street) / Market Street, Aberystwyth
OS Grid Ref: SN5823881709
Opened: c.      
Closed: NOT KNOWN       Type: Pub
Summary: This pub was in Little Darkgate Street (now Eastgate) on the corner with Market Street which was created as a new street in 1832. It was almost next door to the prestigious Talbot Inn.

Notes:
1844
licensee: William Keeling,
source: Pigot and Co., 1844
1851
Prince of Wales, Spirit Vaults, corner opposite the Corn Market.
David Evans, dealer in spirituous liquors, etc., Fine Home-brewed Ale ... well-aired beds
Morgan, T.O., (1851), Guide to Aberystwyth and its Environs, (2nd edition) adverts page

Additional information

Document:

Advert for Prince of Wales Spirit Vaults, 1851

Date: 1851 (approx)