The Six Bells, Peterstone Wentlooge

The Six Bells lies between Newport and Cardiff and dates back to the 17th century and derives its name from the six bells hung in the tower of the adjacent parish church.  Floods has greatly affected the area none more than the Great Flood of 1606 which is recorded within the public house.

Much refurbished during the 1950s and 1960s with the thatched roof replaced with slate and some of the windows enlarged.  Original stone winding stairs remain. 

Tradition has it that the Six Bells was once used by clergy as a brewery

Contact details: 

The Six Bells, Broad St Common, Peterstone Wentlooge, Cardiff  CF3 2TN

Locale - Wales: 

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