Next County

Inn Reviews

Back to top
Top of Page
More Information
Location Map
More Information
Inn Home page
More Information

Email the inn
More Information
More Information
Good Food
More Information
Good Ales
More Information

Home Brew
More Information

More Information
Real Fire
More Information
Children Welcome
More Information

Dogs Welcome
More Information
Scenic Location
More Information
More Information
Long Distance Path
More Information
National Parks

Wheelchair Access
aaflower.gif (1488 bytes)
aafoot.gif (1356 bytes)
Sports TV
aalist.gif (1698 bytes)
Listed Building

Close Motorway

Close to Water

Warm Welcome

Top Class

More Information
Inn of the Year

More Information
Famous People
More Information
TV & Film


More Information

The Great Inns
aastar.gif (3216 bytes)
Highly Recommended
aanom.gif (2973 bytes)
Nominated By

glam.gif (5891 bytes)Click to switch between Inns and Places to Visit

outh Glamorgan is dominated by Cardiff, the capital of Wales. Founded on the site of a Roman fort, the city has its strongest roots in Celtic culture. West Glamorgan is largely an upland region and includes Swansea, the second-largest city in Wales. Mid Glamorgan comprises a lowland region bordering on the Bristol Channel in the south. Steep valleys descend from the Brecon Beacons in the north. Coal mining has long been associated with the Rhondda valley, and although the industry has declined in recent years, the mining villages, lined with rows of terraced houses, have retained their distinctive character.Click Here For a List of Links to Inns with Websites

If you want to search in this county

Blue Anchor Inn

East Aberthaw, South Glamorgan, CF62 3DD  Tel: 01661 750329
Back to top MAP Real Fire
334.jpg (42956 bytes)Excellent thatched inn dating back to 1380 with antique furniture, good food and ale.

The Bush Inn

St. Hilary, Cowbridge, South Glamorgan, CF71 7DP  Tel: 01284 772745
Back to top MAP Real Fire Antique Furniture Close to the Coast
335.jpg (49504 bytes)Excellent thatched inn with inglenook fireplace and stone spiral staircase. Located 3-4 miles from the beaches on the Glamorgan Heritage coast. Good range of ales.

Glenbrook Inn

Dobbins Road, Barry, Glamorgan , CF63 2NP Tel: 01446 747808
Back to top MAP Real Fire Children Welcome Close to the Bristol Channel Nominated by Arwyn Oldrey
The Glenbrook Inn is a friendly, clean and well furnished Inn. It offers good value food and wine, real ales from the local Brains Brewery and classic ales as guest beers from small breweries. The lounge houses the Glen Giant chair.

Miskin Arms

Hensol Road, Miskin Village, Pontyclun, Glamorgan, CF72 8JQ Tel: 01443 224346
Back to top MAP Childrens Play Area Wheelchair Access M4 J34 Nominated by Dave Jones
Pleasant, one bar / split roomed village pub, opposite the War memorial in the village. A reputation for superb ales and excellent food in the 'Mayfields' A la carte restaurant serving up lunchtime meals, plus a curry from around the world every weekday, and in the evenings, Thai food and some very tasty and adventurous meals always on the menu !

Plough And Harrow

Monknash, Near St Donats / Llantwit Major,South Glamorgan, CF71 7QQ   Tel: 01656 890209
Back to top MAP Plough & Harrow Home Page Real Fires Less than a mile from the Bristol Channel Excellent Ales Entertaining Landlord !! Nominated by Dave Jones
568.jpg (42354 bytes)On the site of an 11th century monastic grange. Difficult to find but well worth it. Beer festival each summer. Current Welsh Camra pub of the Year. Finalist in National Pub of the Year, and loads of other awards ! Late supper licence.

Wern Fawr Inn

47 Wern Road, Ystalyfera, Swansea, Glamorgan, SA9 2LX Tel: 01639 843625
Back to top MAP Real Fires Home Brewed Ales CAMRA Listed
Friendly village inn with a tiny brewery attached. Filled with lots of interesting memorabilia.