Llanteg is a small village in Pembrokeshire, on the county border with Carmarthenshire, in South West Wales, UK. It is within the parish of Crunwere and bisected by the A477, the main route into South Pembrokeshire. Crunwere has an old redundant church (St. Elidyrs) which is located through a field in the north east of the parish. Village website: www.llanteg-village.co.uk
Renovated and refurbished in 1999 the Main Hall makes a great venue for Classes, Large Meetings, Fund-Raisers, Parties and Funeral Teas, while the Conference Rooms are ideal for Smaller Meetings and Get-togethers.
Facilities include:- * 20ft x 60ft Main Hall with a Large Stage * Two Conference Rooms * Community Computers * Kitchen and Cloak Room * Four WC’s and a Shower Room * Large Off Road Car Park * Situated on main A477 Pembroke-Tenby/Carmarthen Road for easy access * Central Heating throughout * Disabled Parking, Access and Toilet. There are NO additional charges (for electricity, heating etc) but we do ask that you leave the Hall as clean and tidy as you found it.