The Angel Inn, Monmouth

place and inn (1700-1965)

Aged 780

The Angel Hotel, Church Street, Monmouth, Monmouthshire, south-east Wales is a Grade II listed building. The building was in use as an inn in 1700 and closed in 1985, the longest period of continuous history of any public house in Monmouth. The building is of three storeys, with a roof of Welsh slate and a wooden Doric doorcase. During the late nineteenth century, the hotel was the headquarters of the Monmouth Branch of the Cyclists Touring Club. It is now a furniture shop, and one of 24 buildings on the Monmouth Heritage Trail.

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The Angel Inn This site began life as Robert le Ffrere's shop around 1240. For the next 400 years it had various uses, becoming the church brew house by 1613. From about 1700 it became The Angel Inn until 1965 when it was returned to its former use as a shop.

English translation: Tafarn yr Angel Oddeutu 1240 dyma lle'r oedd siop Robert de Ffrere. Yn ystod y 400 mlynedd ganlynol fe'i defnyddiwyd argyfer nifer o ddibenion ac yn 1613 dyma lle'r oedd bragdy'r eglwys. O tua 1700 ymlaen dyma lle'r oedd Tafarn yr Angel. Yn 1965 daeth yn siop eto.

The Angel Hotel - St Mary's Street, Monmouth, United Kingdom where it built (1240)