Cefneithin is a village in Carmarthenshire, Wales, in the Carmarthenshire coalfield area. It lies just off the A48 road, 7 miles north west of Ammanford and 9 miles north of Llanelli. The Gwendraeth Fawr river flows nearby. It has a Post Office, shop and primary and secondary schools. The village is notable as the birthplace of two of the greatest names in Welsh rugby union, Carwyn James and Barry John both of whom played for Cefneithin RFC. Cefneithin was the birthplace of Ronnie Williams, of Ryan and Ronnie.
Main Hall £12.50 an hour or 4 hours for £45.
Bouncy castle package rate - £90 for 3 hours.
Daily Hire POA
Max Capacity 100 Seated
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Y Neuadd, Heol y Parc, Cefneithin, Llanelli SA14 7DE