Caffi Colwyn

Caffi Colwyn
Cafe and coffee shop in Beddgelert
1 Church Street, Beddgelert, Gwynedd, LL55 4YA
Opening hours: 09:00 - 16:30 (Mon - Wed), closed (Thu / Fri), 09:00 - 17:00 (Sat / Sun)
 Open Sunday

Great cappuccino!


The rich chocolate brownie alongside a tuna salad was the perfect refuel needed before continuing our cycle along the Ffordd Brailsford Way onto Blaenau Ffestiniog and Betws-y-Coed where we started (route below)


You'll find all your cafe staples here alongside fabulous daily specials and homemade cakes to boot. We'd highly recommend their 'posh' fish finger sandwich or full Welsh breakfast, alongside a slice of their moreish rich chocolate brownie


Americano (£2.80), cappuccino (£3.00), tea (pot, £2.00), full Welsh/veggie/vegan breakfast (from £7.70), breakfast rolls (from £4.50), sandwiches (from £5.00), toasted ciabattas (from £5.50), jacket potatoes (from £5.95), steak baguette (£7.95), Welsh rarebit (£6.95), fish finger butty (£7.95), burgers (from £10.50), hot dog (from £9.50), cakes (from £2.50)


There's no racking but you'll find plenty of space around the seating in their superb outdoor terraced seating area


With a large number of tables adjacent to the River Glaslyn and an equal number inside too groups of all sizes will have no trouble finding a space to rest those weary legs


Snowdonia doesn't get anymore spectacular! Set in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park here we’re just a stones throw away from perhaps some of the most scenic (if hilly) rides in the UK. Once refuelled why not head north onto the coastal royal town of Caernarfon famed for it’s castle, or tackle the 75 mile Brailsford Way (do check out our route below)

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With superb views overlooking the River Colwyn, set in the picturesque and tranquil village of Beddgelert is a popular cafe and coffee house serving up delicious breakfasts, lunches, homemade cakes and freshly ground coffee to hungry tourists and cyclists alike visiting the Snowdonia National Park.

There’s a superb sun trapped terraced seating area where you can soak up the stupendous green valley before working out those legs on the hilly ascents surrounding. For the cooler months you’ll find plenty of seating inside too!

On the menu you’ll find everything from their full Welsh, veggie or vegan breakfast, breakfast baps, sandwiches, toasted ciabattas, jacket potatoes, a ‘posh’ fish finger butty and larger plates too.

For those with a sweet tooth homemade cakes on our last visit included a very moist Bakewell slice, double chocolate brownie (served warm), alongside flapjacks, cookies and a range of freshly baked cake slices.

Before you leave the village if you’re on foot be sure to visit Gelert’s Grave and take a stroll beside the river.

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