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Details of pub: Cliff Hotel, Gwbert
Other names: Gwbert Inn, The Gwbert, Gubert InnAddress/Location: OS Grid Ref:
before 1848 Closed:
open 2017 Type:
The report of the fire in 1906 implies that the Inn and the hotel were separate establishments, although attached.
Open in 2018 as the Cliff Hotel and Spa.
There is a reference to a Gubert Inn, at the Bar, in 1848. Same place?Notes:
In existence - see att.
"THE GWBERT. This favourite place of holiday resort has since last summer changed hands, and is now carried on by Mr William (Morgan?) Improvements have been made to the house, the front rooms being knocked into one, and a large bar fixed there, which will accommodate a large number of persons. A bagatelle room has also been erected, and new skittle alley laid down, which will add considerably to the enticement of the place. The place Walt, well patronized on Good Friday, and the refreshments provided were first class. " Cgn Obs 19 April 1879
New owner - see att
Shown as PH on OS map.
Petty Sessions: Lower Troedyraur; number on list: 1; name of premises: Gwbert on Sea; Parish / Place: Gwbert on Sea; Licensee: Williams, E.L.; owner or tenant : tenant; registered owner : Gwbert Syndicate, Cardigan; free or tied: Free; tied to: [blank]; type of licence: full; on or off licence: on; number of licenced days per week: 7. (1905 list)
Fire destroys inn but not hotel - see att.
Sale catalogue of the Cliff Hotel and Bungalow Freehold sites, Gwbert-on-Sea, to be sold at the Royal Hotel, Cardiff, on Thursday 10 April 1913 (2 copies)
Ceredigion Archives, ADX/174/8-9
Photograph of what may be a wedding group, taken at the Gwbert Inn (later Cliff Hotel) in the early 1900s.
Ceredigion Archives, The Mathias Collection JTM 30