The Bowls Inn, Penyrheol, Caerphilly

The Bowls Inn occupied a prominent position on the B4263 Abertridwr Road and stood opposite Station Road.  Dating back to the early 1880s and offered thirsty coal workers a place to relax after a hard day's graft.

In 1851 the public house was in the possession of Eli Price who was known as a butcher, farmer and innkeeper.  It is believed an earlier inn stood on the present site dating back to the 17th century and served the foundry and farm workers of Caerphilly.

The Bowls Inn closed in October 2011 with Newbridge Construction buying the premises for Admiral Taverns stating that the pub was not economically viable.  Planning application was made for there shop units to be built on the site.

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