The Aubrey Arms is on the main road from Swansea to Brecon you cannot miss it. The pub is split into two bars. The first bar is made up of youngsters, the jukebox is going all the time and the decor is very modern and smart. The other side of the bar is the old boys network, wooden tables basic decor and no decorations only pictures of Neath rugby club. Basically whatever you want is available at the Aubrey, the bar staff is friendly the beer is good and if your young or old then there is place for you at the Aubrey - mention my name if you do call in I may get a free beer. --Update-- 22/04/01 I was in Poland last August when on Sky News up popped a picture of the Aubrey Arms a body had been found by some workers in the roof of an outbuilding. The mother of the owner had disappeared under suspicious circumstances many years ago and you can imagine the rumours going about the village when I got home. In the mean time naturally the pub stayed closed and once the police finished combing the pub for clues the workers carried on with the changes to the Aubrey. An extension was put on the back and the bars gutted and rebuilt. Due to Howell the owner being a very big Neath fan and all the previous history associated with the Aubrey Arms the pub was renamed the All Blacks Arms due to the Neath Rugby Team strip colour. The bar was opened again a couple of weeks ago with many of the Neath Rugby team present. The interior is fresh and the extension at the back can be opened and the two bars become one. There is still the separate bars the locals on one side with the youngsters in the other, still worth a visit if your passing.