The Crown Inn has been a village pub since the 1800's and is a beautiful, traditional family friendly pub and a home-from-home for locals and visitors alike.  At the heart of the village of Llwyndafydd, it is set amidst some exquisite countryside, we are only a short drive from New Quay, and just a walk away from Cwm Tydu Beach, which is dog friendly all year round.







Well Behaved Dogs are very welcome








Llwyndafydd is at the head of the romantic secluded valley, Cwm Tydu, such an isolated valley naturally attracted smugglers and a widely believed story of being a landing spot for German U-boats attracted by its secluded cove and fresh water supply during the First World War.


Earlier still it is said that on his journey to Bosworth Field in 1485, Henry Tudor marched from Dale in Pembrokeshire to Cardigan, arriving 9th August.  By the evening of that day he reached Llwyndafydd, and was entertained by Dafydd ap Ifan.  Henry did not forget his host (nor, it was said, his host's daughter), and after his victory at Bosworth, the new King Henry VII sent Llwyndafydd a magnifiacnt drinking horn (Welsh Hirlas).  This horn passed into possession of the Earl of Carberry of Golden Grove, Carmarthenshire.  



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