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Details of pub: Prince Llewellyn, Aberystwyth
Other names: Address/Location:
39 Bridge Street OS Grid Ref:
SN582814 approx Opened:
after 1876 Type:
Mentioned in 1903 as a pub closed "in last 25 years"Notes:
1865 AO 11 Nov 1865 "LOT 2. All that excellent and well-built Freehold Inn or Tavern, called the PRINCE LLEWELYN, with the out-buildings, yard, and large garden behind the same, also situate in Bridge-street aforesaid, now in the occupation of Mr. Thomas Williams, as yearly tenant. "
Location of inquest into death of William Lott. CN 11 Dec 1869
licensee: Thomas Williams
source: Post Office directory, 1871
Prince Llewellyn, Williams, Margaret, Inn and Public House, 39 Bridge Street, Aberystwyth, (Worrall’s Directory, 1875)
"TO BE LET and entered upon 12th November next, the large and commodious Dwelling HOUSE, situate in Bridge-street, Aberystwyth, now occupied as a public. house, and called "The Prince Llewelyn." There is a large garden attached." Aber Obs 1 Jan 1876
Not on the 1905 listAdditional information