Alpine Coffee Shop

Alpine Coffee Shop
Cafe and coffee shop in Betws-y-coed
Station Approach, Betws-y-Coed, Conwy, LL24 0AE
Opening hours: 8:30 - 16:30 (Mon - Fri), 8:00 - 16:30 (Sat / Sun)
 Vegetarian  Vegan  Gluten Free  Open Sunday

Excellent coffee roasted by Neighbourhood Coffee in Liverpool


The vegan apple, almond & cinnamon cake was delicious (and huge!)


Primarily veggie and vegan focussed, you'll find a fantastic selection of breakfast and lunch bites, alongside homemade cakes and patisseries


Cappuccino (£2.60), tea (pot, £2.50), full Welsh/veggie/vegan breakfast (from £7.50), pitta breakfast (£6.50), granola (£6.95), porridge oats (£5.25), toast (80p a slice), pitta (from £4.95), afternoon tea (£12.95), cream tea (£4.75), flapjacks (£2.50), cakes (from £1.95), vegan cake (£2.50)


There's plenty of bike racking directly out front of the cafe and in the nearby car park


There's a great number of tables inside and within their rear conservatory, however do note weekends get rather busy! Alternatively take-away and enjoy out front in the centre of Betws-y-coed


Betws-y-coed has become a hub for adventure and adrenaline seekers looking to explore Snowdonia on foot, bike or otherwise. With the gruelling mountainous climb of Pen-y-Pass passing mount Snowdon just a short cycle away and fantastic scenic routes along the Conwy valley you’re spoilt for choice

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A thriving tea room and coffee shop with a plant based focus, found in the bustling riverside town of Betws-y-coed, gateway to the Snowdonia National Park. Boasting over 104 loose leaf teas, a changing menu of tasty breakfast and lunch bites and delicious homemade cakes and patisseries it’s the perfect pitstop when exploring Conwy Valley by bike. You’ll find them located within Betws railway station nearby to the Conwy Valley Railway Museum.

Their menu varies daily but breakfast options during our last visit included a breakfast melt (toasted artisan bread topped with fried onions and a variety of fillings), a traditional veggie, vegan or Welsh breakfast, filled pittas (including a halloumi), granola, porridge and toast.

As for lunch you’ll find their popular filled pittas or hummus chips, alongside jacket potatoes, burgers, sandwiches and toasties – all with plenty of plant based options available.

For those pedalling for something sweet you can’t help notice their decadent cannoli on display; tangerine, lemon & almond, hazelnut and pistachio to name a few. Other homemade specials include a lemon meringue tart, vegan apple, almond & cinnamon cake or rich chocolate brownie. There’s also a large afternoon tea and cream tea option available too.

At weekends due to their prime location it does get rather busy, however inside there’s a good number of tables for small to medium sized groups with a quick turnover and if you’re taking away you’ll find plenty of seating out front or within the nearby park.

The cafe supports an endangered-ape charity in Cameroon through profits and donations raised at the shop, all food is palm oil free and locally sourced where possible.

Last visited in March 2023

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