Vale of Glamorgan

Old White Hart, Llantwit Major

Old White Hart, Llantwit MajorBelieved to have been built around 1440 by Robert Raglan.  The Old White Hart is located in the heart of the historic town of Llantwit Major. 
Serving real ale

King William IV, Barry

Known locally as the ‘King Billy’ and recently refurbished. 
A sporting pub with pool table, darts board and skittle area.
Real ale served

Blue Anchor, East Aberthaw

The Blue Anchor is probably one of oldest pubs in Wales with the building dating back to the 1380s.  At one time Aberthaw was a thriving port, more important than Cardiff and Barry, and name of pub derives from this time.  Has thatched roof with stone walls and wooden beams and would have been at one time a home for a substancial yeoman farmer
Fire closed the inn in 2004, the first time it had seized trading since1380.  No mean achievement! 

The Tynewydd Inn, Barry

The Tynewydd Inn dates back to the early 1800s when it was built by a Mr J. Thomas who farmed at Barry Island.  Recently refurbished but still retaining some of its original features.  Sofas and flat screened televisions offer a homely and casual experience to the visitor.  Dividing walls within the pub offer quiet corners for a relaxing drink.

Brains Community Pub of the Year winner for 2008.  A pub for all ages offering relaxation from busy everyday life. 

The Red Lion, Bonvilston

Red Lion, BonvilstonA traditional 17th century country pub located on the A48 in Bonvilston, Vale of Glamorgan.  Brains establishment with large beer garden.    
A lovely fireplace seen on entering and horse brasses decorates the bar. 
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Farmers Arms, Aberthin

Farmers Arms located in the small village of Aberthin in the Vale of Glamorgan. 
Serving real ale and good food.

The Borough Arms, Barry

A traditional pub situated on the high street with copper topped tables and stools.  Homely with various painted inscriptions on walls and beams including:
'It was my wife who drove me to drink. And I forgot to thank her!'
'Love makes the World go round. But Whisky makes it go three times faster'
Selection of ciders reduced on a Sunday.

Star Inn, Dinas Powys

Un o’r adeiladau hynaf yn Ninas Powys â chanddi fynedfa yn arddull y Tuduriaid a grisiau troellog.

Yn wreiddiol fe’i hadeiladwyd fel llys Duduraidd ac ymestynnodd dros y blynyddoedd i gynnwys efail a gweithdy saer.

Ym 1831 traethodd ‘maer’ ola’r pentref, William Jenkins, o’r tu allan cyn arwain pawb i mewn i gael lluniaeth.

Ym 1927 mwynhaodd tîm pêl-droed llwyddiannus Caerdydd swper o selsig a photsh yno. Er syndod tynnodd neb llun o gwpan yr F.A.


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