The good pub guide review
Small late 18th-c pub opposite the harbour and named after the Norman castle that once stood in the town; exterior is painted mauve and lilac, interior is fairly basic with friendly regulars, well kept Hancocks HB and a couple of local guests such as Bluestone, nautical memorabilia and interesting old photographs, open fire, no food; sports TV; children and dogs welcome, pavement seats and little garden behind, closed Sun evening, Mon lunchtime.
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Cadwgan, 10 Market Street, Aberaeron, Ceredigion, SA46 0AU