Laleston Inn, Laleston

The Grade II listed building dates back to the 17th century and it is believed to be the only building in Glamorgan from the period to have two serving areas on the lower level. 

Has plain limestone walls and the inn stands on the site of an earlier building whose walls can still be seen today by the car park. 

Ogmore Valley Hotel, Ogmore Vale

The Ogmore stood on the top of Commerical Street Ogmore Vale.  Has since been converted into flats. 

King George, Maesteg

The King George stood on Commercial Street in Maesteg.  It was opened in 1868 but served its last pint in 1934.

Rose and Crown, Nottage

A 200 year old traditional public house located in Nottage by Porthcawl.  Recently refurbished but losing none of its character.  Originally two cottages – Rose and Crown and in time became one.  Crown cottage was the original alehouse and was the last to be licensed in the Bridgend area. 
In the CAMRA Good Beer Guide for 2012
A Brains pub with guest ales and a good selection of food using local produce. 
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Ty Risha, by McArthurGlen, Bridgend

At one time a Courthouse and parts of the building dates back to the 1600s and the wine cellars below used to be the cells.  Before becoming a public house the building was once a farmhouse.
A traditional pub with stone walls and exposed ceilings, an open fire welcomes the visitors in the winter months. 
Large beer garden with children’s play area.

Tair Pluen, Bridgend

Tair Pluen, BridgendFormerly known as the Litten Tree and located close to the bus station. 
A popular venue for the sporting fraternity with various screens scattered around the establishment.
Real ale served with food served throughout the day.


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