Bristol has long been renowned for its port, so it should come as no surprise that the city has had close association with swashbuckling buccaneers. But even in such a city, one pub’s historical significance might shiver your timbers.
Built in 1664, the Llandoger Trow is a public house that stands on King Street to this day. Originally a row of three houses, the pub survived a bombing in the WWII and remained in relatively good condition with three of its original five gables intact.
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