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All reviews welsh cakes sandwiches quiche salad chocolate cake turkey sandwich granary bread scotch egg home made cakes tea room swallow falls afternoon tea loose leaf tea betws y coed lovely little place well worth a visit great lunch
Pretty location and a nice place to stop for a cup of tea, but £12.60 for two teas and two very ordinary bits of cake - I bit steep! I also had to clear my own table as the staff just left all the rubbish...More
Stopped for a cuppa and scone, as in most places these days quite expensive but was such a nice experience. Has short woodland walk behind it and a garden with a compost toilet! Above the cafe is a room all about bees which was quite...More
We stumbled across this place by accident and at the time the cafe was closed but we had a lovely time exploring the wildlife garden then decided to come back to try out the food. I’m so glad we did! The food is amazing.
We called in to this quaint, little building - not ugly at all - for a birthday afternoon tea. It was just me and my husband.
The service was lovely, very warm and friendly welcome, and the tea and cakes were delicious and plentiful. We...More
Its a unique little place, stone floors, huge fireplace and welcoming staff to get you out of the rain on a table with a pannad. Food is generous, bara breith and welshcakes to finish off - an old world charm
How beautiful was this little quaint tea shop unexpected find on a wet damp afternon touring the area,most welcome warm place to stop with amazimg menu to choose from the hot soup and rolls were perfect thank you