Sergeant's Inn, Eglwyswrw

The Serjeant’s Inn was an 18th century Grade II coaching inn located in the heart of Eglwyswrw on the A 487 road.  At one time used by  the local Petty Sessions as recalled by the Pembrokeshire Antiquarian Richard Fenton:
‘Here during the stay of the itinerant counsel, a tribunal is constituted for trying all offenses against the dignity of the bar; in carrying on which mock process, an infinite deal of wit, humour and festivity is excited’

Fenton also wrote in circa 1811:  ‘After a tedious and fatiguing stage across the be met with a decent public house must be highly gratifying’

One of the fireside benches had an inscription ‘R. Richard 1795’ reputedly taken from the church.

Sadly, now a private house.

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