A historic pub interior of regional importance
Listed Status: Not listed33 Glyncoed Terrace
Rebuilt in 1894 by local firm T.P.Jones, who also erected Llanelli Town Hall in 1896, it has a fine wooden gallery at first floor level with 'Halfway House' leaded panels. The Halfway House has possibly the most impressive Victorian bar fittings in the whole of Wales. The impressive original bar counter and bar-back fitting take up two sides of the front left room. As well as displaying drinks they are full of items such as water jugs etc. with tall mirror fronted cupboards to each side.It is really pleasing to see how the original bar back fitting has been carefully preserved - even fridges have been added without destroying one shelf, and there are signs of recent refurbishment to the wood. The original counter curves at the front left-hand side as well as at the centre.
The original interior of three rooms and a passage was, sadly, opened up by Bass in 1982. There is more elaborate ceiling decoration in the corridor to the rear. At the rear left is a dining room with modern brick bar and at the rear right a conservatory. The pub has a bar skittle table and organises its own tournaments.