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Prince of Wales Inn

Inn with an intriguing history

At a glance

Bar menu
Beer festival
Open all year
Garden
Dog friendly
Free Wi-Fi

Thought to be one of the most haunted pubs in Wales, this 16th-century stone-built free house was formerly the seat of local government for the lost city of Kenfig. Just as remarkably, it is also the only pub in Britain to have held a Sunday school continuously from 1857 to 2000. Welsh brunch; liver and onion casserole; poached cod in cream and tarragon sauce; and beef and Welsh ale pie are amongst the local dishes on the menu, and the daily blackboard specials are also worth attention. A list of suppliers is available for those wishing to check the provenance of the ingredients. HRH The Prince of Wales visited his namesake pub some years ago, which is part of his The Pub is the Hub organisation, and enjoyed half a pint.

Opening hours

  • Open all year
  • Days closed: Monday until 4pm
  • Open all day
  • Lunch: Tuesday to Saturday 12-2.30, Sunday 12-3
  • Dinner: Tuesday to Saturday 6-8.30

Food and drink

  • Real ales available: Bass, Sharp's Doom Bar, Worthington's, local guest ales
  • Real ciders: Gwynt y Ddraig Happy Daze, Tomos Watkin Taffy Apples

Price guide

  • Credit cards accepted

Events

  • Beer festival

Facilities

  • Parking available
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Garden
  • Coach parties welcome, notice required

Children

  • Children welcome
  • Children's menu

Dogs

  • Dog friendly
  • Allowed in bar
  • Allowed in garden

Getting here

M4 junction 37 into North Cornelly. Left at crossroads, follow signs for Kenfig and Porthcawl. Pub 600 yards on right

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