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Hengoed Viaduct. Photograph © Ben Salter

Hengoed is a village on the west side of the Rhymney Valley - overlooking Ystrad Mynach across to Maesycwmmer. The village is in the county borough of Caerphilly, in the traditional county of Glamorgan, Wales.

The name literally means 'old wood' in the welsh language.

Hengoed has a primary school, community centre, a newsagent, a post office and a few public houses. There is also a linear park, along the old railway line which connected Penallta colliery with Hengoed viaduct and beyond.


 Trains in Hengoed: Hengoed is on the Rhymney Line


 Pubs/Bars in Hengoed:
 Cross Keys Inn
       Gelligaer Road
       Hengoed
       Mid Glamorgan
       CF82 7HN
 01443 813664

 Fox & Hounds Hotel
       Trosnant Crescent
       Penybryn
       Hengoed
       Mid Glamorgan
       CF82 7FX
 01443 816424

 Harp Inn
       St Cattwgs Avenue
       Gelligaer
       Hengoed
       Mid Glamorgan
       CF82 8FE
 01443 830496

 The Junction Inn
       9 Kings Hill
       Hengoed
       Mid Glamorgan
       CF82 7RA
 01443 812192

 Plough & Harrow
       Hengoed Road
       Penpedairheol
       Hengoed
       Mid Glamorgan
       CF82 8BQ
 01443 830308


 Highfields B&B in Hengoed:
 Tir-y-Berth Farm
       Hengoed Rd
       Penpedairheol
       Hengoed
       Caerphilly
       CF82 8BS
 01443 862287
 01443 862287
 [email protected]

 Ty Charles B&B
       The Square
       Penpedairheol
       Hengoed
       Caerphilly
       CF82 8BT 
 01443 832827
 [email protected]


 Take Aways in Hengoed:
 Eamonns Chippy
       Gelligaer Road
       Cefn Hengoed
       Hengoed
       Mid Glamorgan
       CF82 7HH
 01443 815739


 Other in Hengoed:
 Lindsay Constitutional Club
       Gelligaer Road
       Cefn Hengoed
       Hengoed
       Mid Glamorgan
       CF82 7HL
 01443 814116



 

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