This grade II listed property is described in the Houses of Breconshire as ‘a former house … built towards the end of the 17th century’, adding that the ‘front was remodelled in early Victorian times’. It is not recorded as one of the town’s inns in the earliest commercial directory (1791) nor that of 1829, but is on the 1834 town plan and in the 1835 directory. In the 1860s, the Brecon Recorder still uses ‘George Inn’, yet it’s marked as ‘George Hotel’ on the 1888 town plan.
We do not permit dogs in our pub, hotel or in external areas which belong to us or are managed by us. This includes beer gardens and outside pavement areas.
We realise that this may seem quite strict, but our pubs are busy, with families and children present, and we serve a lot of food. Even well-trained dogs can sometimes behave unpredictably.
We do allow registered assistance dogs. In these circumstances, and to avoid any confusion or unnecessary upset, please ensure that your dog is wearing its recognisable leash/collar or harness. It would also be helpful if you could bring along suitable documentation to explain your dog’s purpose.
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