The Rugby Groud Guide

Eating, Drinking & Sleeping

Club Shop           http://shop.scarlets.co.uk

                E-Mail: scarletsshop@scarlets.co.uk

                Phone 01554 783932

               

                Opening Hours:

                Monday-Friday; 10.00 - 4.00

                Saturday : 10.00 - 2.00

                Extended hours on match days

               

 Eating and Drinking       The pub at Parc y Scarlets is named after Delme Thomas, the second row who captained Llanelli to a 9-3 win over the All Blacks in 1972.

There is also a Supporters Village, which is based at the Indoor Training Centre alongside Parc y Scarlets.

This will open its doors two hours before kick-off and stays open a couple of hours after the final whistle.

               

Where else to Eat and Drink:     Llanelli may not be the most glamorous town in the UK but it has enough pubs to fulfil any rugby fans' drinking needs.

                The Bush Inn

                5 Maescanner Road

                Llanelli SA14 8LR

               

                Joiners Arms

                56-58 Llwynhendy Road

                Llanelli SA14 9HR

               

                Halfway Hotel

                33 Glyncoed Terrace

                Llanelli SA15 1EZ

               

                Nevills Arms

                21 Maescaner Road

                Llanelli SA14 8LR

               

Accommodation              Accommodation in Llanelli is sparse and although the upper end of the market is well catered for outside of town, budget accommodation rules the roost.

               

               

         

  Updated October 2015

 

Copyright Miles & Miles Publishing 2015

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