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The Waunwyllt Inn, Five Roads - pub details

Waunwyllt Inn

Address: Five Roads, Llanelli, Dyfed, SA15 5AQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 31629) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Llanelli (4.2 miles), Pembrey & Burry Port (4.6 miles), Llangennech (5.3 miles)

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user reviews of the Waunwyllt Inn, Five Roads

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This pub has now shut. Try The Stag, up the road in the centre of Five Roads village
Gfamily - 8 Aug 2011 23:47
Licensees for this pub seem to change very regularly. Food is now very disappointing compared to the recent past.
luckwell - 30 Jun 2009 10:59
Popped in to get a couple of ales and some grub before the Welsh Cup final, based on its Good Beer Guide entry.

The exterior is well ordered and the interior is divided up into a number of areas and we managed to bag a pleasant set of comfy seats by the window, which was fortunate as some other parts of the pub seemed quite dark.

There were three ales on offer (Evan Evans, Wye Valley and another I forget at this moment). Usually I'd be quite happy with that selection if served well; sadly only the Evan Evans was what I'd describe as Good Beer Guide standard.

The food was fair enough - semi traditional pub food not necessarily anything to write home about but solid enough.

The couple of regulars we spoke to seemed friendly, got a bit of banter in about the final.

All in all I'd struggle to find much reason to pop back for a beer in the short term, sadly.
Quinno - 26 May 2009 20:38
We stayed here while racing at Pembury Circuit last weekend having chosen it at random. It turned out to have fantastic local welsh real ales which change on a regular basis as well as two very nice English ones (while we were there, anyway).

The beer is well kept and the landlord and landlady take a real interest in their customers and were extremely friendly as were the locals.

The accommodation is very good and the food excellent (if you are not vegetarian) as they specialise in meat and fish with veggi options somewhat of an afterthought. But I didn't starve . . .

We would thoroughly recommend both the pub and the hotel and for those of you who are interested they also have 5 caravan pitches registered with the caravan club.

Mind the winding road though!!
slugbreff - 16 Apr 2007 08:47

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