Haunted pubs

The Corporation Hotel, Cardiff

The Corporation dates back to the late 1890s and formerly known as the Canton Market Hotel which originally stood as a farmhouse.

A lively public house and popular with the younger generation.

Open plan establishment with a number of pool tables.

Serving real ales.

Reputedly haunted by a number of ghosts, one of which is a young Victorian girl.

Part of the Canton Crawl.

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 Rhydspence Inn, Whitney-on-Wye

Originally built in the 14th century as a manor house and later converted into a drovers inn.  Situated on the welsh border of the Wye Valley with spectacular views of the Welsh hills and Herefordshire countryside.
Kilvert mentioned the inn in his diary of 1872 ‘four inches of mud in the Rhydspence inn on the Welsh side of the border’


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