Pendre Inn, Cilgerran

One of the oldest pubs in west Wales and built of thick local slate and stone.  During the early 20th century the Pendre was run by the George family with Mrs Mary Ann George running the pub from 1912 to 1932 where she brewed her own beer (as was the custom of many of the local public houses)

It is said that through the small windows of the inn, flagons of beer were passed to the men who were looking after the travellers horses.

Ever since opening its doors there stood an old oak tree outside the inn but in 2008 it was discovered its trunk was hollow and therefore cut down.

Contact details: 

The Pendre Inn, High Street, Cilgerran, Cardigan, Pembrokeshire

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