Named after the New Merlin’s Cave public house. The Merlin’s Cave, Rosoman Street was a tavern standing in the fields near the New River Head which had large pleasure gardens, featuring a “Merlin’s Cave” or grotto and a skittle ground. The inn was built circa 1735 and was very popular but the gardens were built over around 1833. Called Merlin’s Place until 1928.
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