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Canaston Bowl

Canaston Bowl
Contact
Canaston Bridge
Narberth
Pembrokeshire
SA67 8DD

Tel: 01834 891622
Website: www.canastonbowl.co.uk
Prices
One lane for up to 6 people for one hour - 21
One game of bowling - 4.85 per person
Disabled Rate - Per person per game -2.50 and one lane for up to 6 people for one hour - 15.00
Shoe hire - Free of charge
Opening
During school term time Canaston Bowl is open as follows -
Friday: 1pm - 10pm
Saturday: 12noon - 10pm
Sunday: 12noon - 6pm

Canaston Bowl is closed on all other days during School Term Time.
The indoor family fun centre that's open all year!

With so much to offer under one roof, you can be sure to keep all of the family entertained at the Canaston Bowl.

Ten Pin Bowling and the Game Zone are available to keep you busy. A food counter, licensed bar and lounge area are also available for you to take some time out to relax and refuel before taking on the next activity, (please see our 'Plan Your Visit' page for more information on our food counter and bar.

We also have a fantastic function room available for party bookings, great for children's birthday parties or corporate events.


Bowling

Our classic ten lane ten-pin bowling alley is a firm favourite and can be enjoyed by all. A maximum of 6 people can bowl on a lane but you can simply book more lanes if you are planning a larger group visit. Bumpers are available for beginners and children, and we also have two ramps available should you need that extra bit of help, (it is advisable to book one of these in advance). The bowling lanes are also fully accessible to wheelchair users.

We ask that all players wear socks and bowling shoes for hygiene reasons, we can provide bowling shoes free of charge and the sizes available range from a children's size 7 to an adults size 15!

During rainy days and at school holidays our bowling lanes sell out fast, so when you have a date in mind please call us on 01834 891622 to make a reservation.

The aim of the game is for each player to knock down all of the pins. Each player has two attempts to do this. If the player manages to knock all of the pins down on the first attempt then this is called a strike. If it takes two attempts to knock down all of the pins then this is called a spare. We have a computerised scoring system to keep track of your scores so there's no maths involved! The score is the number of pins that the player knocks down on each go. If you are lucky enough to get a strike or a spare then you will score bonus points with your next ball. If an F appears on the screen then the player has stepped on the foul line and your score from that attempt will b