Cafés and tearooms

Discover some of the best cafés and tea rooms we have to offer in Wales!

  • The Old Tintern Station in the Wye Valley

    The Old Station, Tintern, Wye Valley

     by chippy1920

    The Old Station at Tintern in Monmouthshire is widely regarded as one of the areas favourite visitor attractions, with a regular programme of events for children and families (including miniature train rides!), a ‘Destination Wye Valley’ exhibition and selection of railway memorabilia all housed in three restored railway carriages.

    All café ingredients are sourced locally and the cakes are made on the premises early each morning. We recommend you try the Lavender Cake.

  • PlumVanilla, situated in the heart of the Welsh town of Narberth, Pembrokeshire

    Plum Vanilla Cafe, Narberth, Pembrokeshire

     by Plum Vanilla

    This little gem of a café can be found in the delightful Pembrokeshire town of Narberth. Run by two sisters, they pride themselves on creating a welcoming, family-friendly environment while serving high quality, locally sourced food – from delicate nibbles and tempting starters through to ‘fresh and courlful’ salads and a range of home-made sweet delights for dessert.

    Plum Vanilla has a colourful décor, bright tablecloths and quirky lampshades all adding to the upbeat feel and ambience of the café. 

  • Caffi Florence at Loggerheads Country Park

    Caffi Florence at Loggerheads Country Park, Mold, North Wales Borderlands

     by Google

    Denbighshire’s popular Loggerheads Country Park is home to Caffi Florence, where Jane Clough and her team have worked with a host of local suppliers to create an oasis of taste, as well as offering park visitors a welcoming atmosphere to recharge their batteries after a bracing walk in the country.

    Visitors to the café will find plenty of Fairtrade goodies, locally reared meat, free-range eggs, Welsh cheeses and homemade chutneys on the menu.