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Pelican In Her Piety, Ogmore By Sea - pub details

Pelican In Her Piety

Address: Ogmore Road, Ogmore By Sea, Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, CF32 0QP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 13610) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bridgend (2.5 miles), Wildmill (3.3 miles), Sarn (4.4 miles)

Pub facilities/features:
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> Current user rating: 5.7/10 (rated by 23 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Watermill, Ogmore by Sea (0.0 miles), Franklins, Ogmore by Sea (1.6 miles), Oystercatcher, Laleston (1.9 miles), Three Golden Cups, Ogmore By Sea (1.9 miles)

user reviews of Pelican In Her Piety, Ogmore By Sea

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The Peli is now re-opened. Very little change to its architectural features but some changes to paintwork, ornaments etc and it has maybe lost a little bit of character as a result. Some extra brassware and pottery etc would make a big difference. The restaurant tables /chairs have been replaced with ones that are a bit more rustic and IMHO an improvement. Now serving of up to 6 pints of draught ales that constantly change (with Doom Bar and Wye valley HPA as the consistent regular ales.
tarkatherotter - 8 Sep 2017 18:29
Closed on 08/04/17
Mappiman - 9 Apr 2017 15:55
Used to love this place. It had the earthy and rugged feel of the castle it overlooks. The setting its in is fantastic and that will always remain, but gone is the down to earth service, the good beer and the passionate management of the place and what we have now is the feel of a pub run by a bunch of hipsters who think they're in Shoreditch. Extortionate prices, badly kept beer and no atmosphere.
lovejoy - 27 Mar 2016 00:05
furnishings unimpressive , sells it wares on its location with great views outside and the clip clop of horses , but it is expensive , for the prices I would prefer to go to pier 64 in Penarth .
manonthetown1234 - 18 Oct 2015 23:39
We had a decent enough, rather pricey pint of HPA, and the food others were eating looked pretty good, though those prices too were rather higher than usual pub fare's. As we didn't try it on this occasion I can't say whether that amounted to value for money or not. On a previous occasion however, we had the mussels, and they were very good. The coffee was freshly made for each order (by the usual slightly complex machine).

I found the open log fire fascinating: the fireplace is quite large, and the burning happens atop a considerable pile of ashes which looks like it is only removed once further fires become impossible. You find yourself thinking "yes: why not?".

The relatively few non-dining locals seemed rather quiet, but perhaps they've been led to understand that's expected of them. The place seemed kid-friendly enough, and it was a pleasant change to see quite a few, all happily well-behaved.
eddybeer - 1 Feb 2014 21:44

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