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Conwy Falls Cafe is a beautiful purpose-built cafe set in 9 1/2 acres of SSSI native forest, with the spectacular back drop of the waterfall running through the River Conwy in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park. Designed in the 30s by Clough Williams-Ellis, the cafe is a classic example of his design, and with its excellent car parking space, provides a perfect stop off at the gateway to Snowdonia.
We felt lucky to find a place near to where we were staying that does vegan breakfast. We paid a pound to go see the waterfall first as we arrived before ten, then came in for breakfast. We did feel a little perturbed as the...More
Good stop on our way to Holyhead. Very good breakfast cooked fresh and we'll. Coffee with breakfast was not good at all. Even the filter coffee was very bitter. Toilets outside are adequate but not good. Service friendly
Stopped for breakfast 🍳 nice place good coffee ☕️ breakfast 🍳 hot and tasty I ordered the Conwy was a good size Ruth had beans on toast with cheese 🧀 again large portions !! Kids and dogs welcome overall a great place 😊will be back
We stopped in here this morning as we had managed to book a b&b without a breakfast. This was a short drive so we thought we would try our luck. It was amazing, best breakfast we have had out and about in a long time....More
Conwy Falls cafe, located on the Slate Trail walking route, just 3 miles outside of Betws-y-Coed is a great place to eat. Today we walked up via Fairy Glen, arriving for lunch.
Proper fries. Comfort food.
Thanks Ellie and team, always a friendly welcome.
Really cosy cafe a fire was burning keeping us all warm. The staff were really friendly,and the food was delicious and our excitable dog was allowed in a must for us.Highly recommend it and it has plenty of parking.