Brecon Beacons Cafe Guide 2017

It’s the little treats, like a fresh pot of tea with sandwiches, Welshcakes or scones, jam and cream, that make holidays in the Brecon Beacons really special. Here in the National Park, we have lots of lovely cafés, tea shops and tea rooms. As a bonus, some of them double as galleries and gift shops.

Check out our Cafe guide for 2017:

The HoursThe perfect spot to sit and unwind, to catch up with family and friends in relaxed surroundings with the daily papers, close at hand… in fact it’s the just the place to wile away the hours.

The Old Printing Office, Llandovery – hidden behind a gift shop full of treasures, pull up a chair and enjoy the homemade cakes after some hard browsing.

The Old Printing Office, Llandovery

The Old Printing Office, Llandovery

 Myddfai Community Hall & Tearooms – a real community enterprise this little coffee shop is run by local volunteers

The Bakers Tablemake everything from scratch including bread, cakes, lunches, pastries and savouries, with even a wood fired oven for pizzas!

 

Beacons Farm Shop and Vension Centre

The Walnut Tree Store and Cafe – enjoy freshly made cake sandwiches.

National Park Visitor Centre & Tea Rooms, Libanus – find out everything you need to know about the Brecon Beacons then stock up on treats from the cafe for your exploring.

The Honey Cafe, Bronllys – a great choice for lunch or dinner with tex-mex by night and wonderful teas by day  

Changing Seasons Cafe, Craig y Nos Country Park  popular with day trippers from the Swansea Valley and great for a walk around the park

The River Cafe for its beautiful setting on the river!

 

Fancy a full afternoon tea if you’re feeling flash? Check out our blog of our recommendations here.

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2 Responses to Brecon Beacons Cafe Guide 2017

  1. Ros Price-Jones says:

    Unfortunately, Trecastle Tearooms is now closed

  2. Mark Adams says:

    Can’t believe you didn’t mention The Old Stables Tea Rooms in Hay on Wye who are the not only multi award winning, but also the Countryside Alliance Local Food Champions for Wales 2014

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