Solva is a village, community and electoral ward in Pembrokeshire. The village consists of principally Lower Solva and Upper Solva. Solva lies on the north side of St Bride’s Bay, in North Pembrokeshire, in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. It also lies on a deep valley at the mouth of the River Solva. In the valley is Lower Solva, consisting of a long street ending at the small harbour. Most of the modern development has been in Upper Solva, on the cliff top to the west of the harbour. The local cliff coast is popular with walkers, and the classic cliff exposures of Cambrian rocks attract amateur and professional geologists
The main hall approximately has a capacity of 90, either concert style or for dining. They have 100 comfortable dark blue chairs and 18 fold away tables. The Hall has a Public Entertainment Licence which includes performance of music, drama and dancing for up to 140 people. The floor is sprung and is suitable for dancing.
The front hall offers a small space ideal for around 24 seated guests which also is available for hire. There is also a kitchen which can used by anyone hiring the hall.