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The Tynant Inn, Morganstown, South Wales

Posted on 28. Mar, 2010 by in Pubs

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The Tynant Inn

The Tynant Inn is located in Morganstown, north of Cardiff. The pub is located just a short drive from the historic Castell Coch.

Brief History and Interior

According to Pub Explorer, the pub was originally built in 1815 with the original facade now forming the back of the bar. The pub underwent a refurbishment in August 2009 when the old village bar was incorporated into the main bar area and some walls were knocked down to make additional space.

The Tynant is owned by Brains and offers an extensive food menu. Upon entering the pub you feel as though you are entering a restaurant, much like a Harvester. Being a large pub there is plenty of room, if you prefer not to eat there are lots of seats to sit for a quiet drink.

Being the only pub in the area, it does get popular and the large beer garden and children’s play area probably becomes very crowded in the summer.

The Beer

Ales on tap are all from Brains and include the usual SA, Bitter, Dark, 45 and a seasonal. Bread of Heaven was available when I visited. Also available are bottles of cider from Gwynt-y-Draig.

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Venue Location

The Tynant Inn

Ty Nant Road



CF15 8LB

Tel: 029 2084 3009

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Beer Taster, Pub Attendee, Photo Taker

Robert Gale likes beer, pubs and beer festivals. He also likes to take photos of beer, pubs and beer festivals. Most weekends of the year you can find him travelling around the UK (and sometimes beyond) photographing and reviewing good quality pubs and beer festivals. He also has a day job in the form of a web developer for Ozum.

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