Red Dragon Hall, Drefach Felindre, Llandysul

Red Dragon Hall, Drefach Felindre, Llandysul

Drefach Felindre is a village in the Teifi valley, Carmarthenshire, West Wales. It is located four miles south-east of Newcastle Emlyn.

In the nineteenth century it was an important centre for the woollen industry, and had the epithet "the Huddersfield of Wales".

The Museum of the Welsh Woollen Industry, now the National Woollen Museum, opened in 1976. The poet and broadcaster Aneirin Talfan Davies was born in the village.

The Hall

The large hall has the capacity for approximately 200 and includes a large stage area.

Contact for bookings: Ffion Davies     Tel:07929 348 147


  • Large capacity hall
  • Stage area
  • Playgroup room
  • Snooker hall


Ffion Davies    Tel:07929 348 147



Take the A484 north out of Carmarthen for approximately 11 miles, taking you through Cynwyl Elfed and Cwmduad. After leaving Cwmduad, and before entering the village of Rhos, take the left turn signposted to Drefach Felindre. At the five-roads junction, continue straight over, taking the right hand fork. This takes you through Cwmpengraig and on to Drefach Felindre. In the village, take the right hand turn next to the church on your left. The hall is 10 yards on your right, opposite the Spar shop.


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