Myddfai Community Hall Cafe

Myddfai Community Hall Cafe
Cafe and coffee shop in Myddfai
Myddfai, Llandovery, Carmarthenshire, SA20 0JD
Opening hours: 11:00 - 16:00 (Tue - Sat), closed (Mon, closed Tue during winter months)
 Vegetarian  Gluten Free  Open Sunday

The homemade lemon and Welsh cakes were superb! Just what we needed after our puncture ordeal


A fab selection of homemade cakes and tray-bakes, alongside freshly prepared lunch options


Cappuccino (£2.50), tea (pot for 1, £1.50), cans of pop (£1.50), cawl/stew (£6.95), sandwich/baguette/toastie (£6.75), soup (£6.50), Bara Brith (£1.75), Welsh cakes (£1.00 for two), cakes (from £2.50)


Although there's no bike racking, there's plenty of room in their sheltered outdoor terrace for your bikes which are also clearly in view from inside the cafe


There's a large number of tables inside the community hall in addition to bench seating outdoors, however do note it does get busy at weekends


Just 3 miles south of the bustling town of Llandovery, Myddfai is famed for its many myths and legends. Being in the Brecon Beacons National Park we’re spoilt for choice when it comes to fantastic cycling routes, be sure to give our Cambrian Mountain loop to nearby Llyn Brianne and Devil’s Staircase a try

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A delightful community run cafe located in the picturesque village of Myddfai, Carmarthenshire, just three miles from Llandovery and nestled in the beautiful landscape of the Brecon Beacons National Park.

Opening at 11:00, on the very reasonably priced lunch menu you’ll find a daily Welsh cawl (stew), jacket potatoes, soup (including a tasty broccoli, stilton & carrot), salads, sandwiches, baguettes, toasties and a daily quiche special.

As for cake you’ll of course find the Welsh staples of homemade Bara Brith with butter and warmed Welsh cakes alongside a stupendously tasty and rich Guinness cake, beetroot & chocolate, lemon sponge, coffee & walnut and millionaire shortbread slice.

Inside there’s a good number of tables for larger cycling groups in addition to plenty of seating and room for bikes outdoors too.

The staff are extremely welcoming and during our Cambrian Mountains and Llyn Brianne cycle route via the Devil’s Staircase, in which this cafe is en-route, came to our rescue due to a fast puncture. Les the manager of the centre picked us up and even managed to source an inner tube repair kit – you wouldn’t get this at Starbucks!

Last visited in May 2022

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