The Old House, Llangynwyd

A thatched 17th century mountain top inn located at the heart of the village of Llangynwyd in the Llynfi valley.  One of the oldest inns in south Wales and interior comprises of an inglenook fireplace, stone winding stairs and blackened beams.  A fine selection of jugs can be seen hanging from the ceiling and beams.

The original Old House was much smaller than the one we see today.  It was extended during the 18th and 19th centuries and now has an award winning restaurant. 

The inn sign depicts the ‘Mari Lwyd’ (a mid-winter Welsh tradition) calling at the pub. 

Tradition has it Wil Hopcyn wrote ‘Bugeilio’r Gwenith Gwyn’ at the Old House.

The Old House has won numerous awards over the years including Whisky Pub of the Year and is constantly mentioned in CAMRA guides.

Contact details: 

The Old House Inn, Llangynwyd, Maesteg  CF34 9SB

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