The Lamb and Flag is a large detached public house sited on the main road leading into the village of Glynneath, an ex mining village in South Wales, a village offering a number of local shops, banks and Post Office along with 4 local community public houses and a Labour club.
Glynneath is situated just off of the main A465 trunk road leading to Swansea to the west and Aberdare/Cardiff to the east. Local villages to Glynneath are Hirwaun, Rigos and Resolven, all of which are small vibrant local community areas. Larger nearby towns within a radius of 6 to 10 miles are Neath to the west and Merthyr Tydfil and Aberdare to the east, both of which are busy market towns. Popular tourist attractions to Glynneath are the famous Brecon Beacons, the Dan-Yr-Ogof caves, the waterfalls and mining museum at Aberdulais and the famous and popular Rally of Great Britain each October. The village is served well by local bus services to Swansea, Aberdare and Neath.
The Lamb and Flag has just undergone a major rebuild and total refurbishment due to severe fire damage in November 2008. This well refurbished house now offers a large “U” shaped bar refurbished to a high standard, a lower ground floor function room with own bar, toilets and own access with doors leading onto a fully enclosed trade garden. On the first floor there are 5 well sized en-suite letting bedrooms Car parking is available both to the front and rear of the building.