Baffle Haus

Baffle Haus
Cafe and coffee shop in Pontypool
The Cedars, Goytre, Pontypool, Monmouthshire, NP4 0AD
Opening hours: 09:30 - 16:00 (Mon - Fri), 09:30 - 17:00 (Sat / Sun)
 Vegetarian  Gluten Free  Open Sunday

Superb cappuccino with freshly ground coffee


Their ‘Baffle brekky boxes' are extremely popular and include 2 pork & leek sausages, bacon, egg, hash brown, mushrooms, baked beans & plum tomato, perfect alongside a cappuccino and slice of their jammy dodger blondie cake


A refreshingly different selection of breakfast and lunch options, alongside homemade cakes and great tasting coffee. Their breakfast boxes, summery filled lunch baps, wraps and salad boxes provide something for everyone


Americano (£2.60), cappuccino (£3.00), tea (£1.50), brekky box (£8.00), bacon/egg/cheese breakfast bun (£5.50), pork & leek sausage bun (£5.50), deep fill BLT bap (£7.00), halloumi/egg/chutney bap (£8.00), ‘Haus’ burger (£8.50), plant burger (£9.50), chicken chorizo salad (£8.50), BBQ pulled wrap (£9.50), fish finger sandwich (£9.00), fries/dirty fries (from £3.00), cakes and tray-bakes (from £2.00)


Storing your bike isn’t a problem here; there’s plenty of space around the sheltered outdoor seating area


With a vast number of benched tables out in their sheltered courtyard alongside plenty of seating inside the meticulously decorated interior here’s the perfect pitstop for cycling groups of all sizes


Were sixteen miles south of the riverside city of Monmouth and twelve north of Newport, perfectly placed for exploring the Bannau Brycheiniog National Park (Brecon Beacons) just a stones throw away to the west, offering spectacular rides both by road or MTB

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A superb motor themed coffee shop, kitchen, car sales and merchandise shop based just a stones throw from the scenic welsh town of Abergavenny on the A4042 trunk road, ideally placed for exploring the nearby Brecon Beacons National Park (Bannau Brycheiniog).

For those early risers the ‘Baffle brekky boxes’ come highly recommended and feature 2 pork & leek sausages, bacon, egg, hash browns, mushrooms, baked beans & plum tomatoes. There’s also a Willis of Usk bacon, eggs & cheese baps or a delicious halloumi bap too.

At lunch the menu is equally as appetising again and a welcome change from the norm; there’s a ‘Haus’ beef or vegan burger, fish finger sandwich, BBQ pulled pork wrap or chicken chorizo salad to name a few (summer menu).

Those looking for something sweet will find a great selection of tray-bakes on display at the counter; jammy dodger blondie, cookie dough slice, peanut butter or coconut flapjack, cherry Bakewell, salted caramel brownie, millionaire shortbread and a choice of cookies.

There’s a vast number of benched seats out in their sheltered courtyard situated alongside a dazzling array of expensive classic cars next to their workshop. You’ll find plenty of room for your bikes and be sure to come across other cyclists here on weekends in addition to motorbikers and car enthusiasts too.

Step inside the hip, motorsport themed cafe and shop and you’ll find plenty of seating and stools, for those looking for petrol powered merchandise there’s plenty in the shop adjacent – do take home a sticker or two.

Last visited in June 2024

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