Felinfoel is a small village and community council ward on the River Lliedi on the northern border of Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, west Wales, with a population of about 2,000 people. The Felinfoel brewery, home of Double Dragon ale, is the oldest in Wales. The rugby union fly-half Phil Bennett, who played for Llanelli, Wales and the British and Irish Lions, is one of Felinfoel's most famous residents.
The village is renowned for it's close community and ties with many famous names that have starred in past Llanelli RFC line-ups.
Local Amenities Felinfoel has an osteopath, butcher, bakery, fish and chip shop, local produce includes real ale from the historic Felinfoel brewery (famous pioneers of canned beer) and shop, 'co-op' supermarket, hair salon, post office and computer shop within the village.
It is a small village with church and chapel. The Diplomat Hotel and Chasens health spa also fall within the villages borders.
To the north of the village and on the River Lliedi is a picturesque double reservoir which gives the Swiss Valley area its name.
Transport Felinfoel has good links with the M4 motorway which leads to Swansea and Cardiff to the east and Carmarthen and Pembrokeshire in the west. The village is also liked by regular local bus services to Llanelli railway station.
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