About Pince of Wales Inn
The pub's stone-built grade II listed building is a place steeped in history. It has been at the heart of a thriving village community since around the 15th century. It was constructed to serve as the new town hall to replace the one lost, buried under the nearby Kenfig sand dunes, when huge storms engulfed the town beneath thousands of tons of sand. The erection of the venue also marked a formal separation of Kenfig from the nearby village of Maudlam.
If you are interested in the pub's rich history please follow the links below for more information
Bridgend's Heritage: A Pint of Myths and Legends, The Prince of Wales Inn
Kenfig- the Complete History e-resource: The Town Hall – Prince of Wales Inn, Kenfig
British Listed Buildings: Prince of Wales Inn, also known as Ty Newydd
WalesOnline: We went ghost hunting in one of Wales's most haunted pubs and this is what happened