Pontcysyllte Chapel Tea room

Pontcysyllte Chapel Tea room
Cafe and coffee shop in Trevor / Llangollen
Bryn Seion Chapel, Station Road, Trevor, Llangollen, Denbighshire, LL20 7TP
Opening hours: 10:00 - 16:00 (Mon - Sun)
 Vegetarian  Vegan  Gluten Free  Open Sunday

Freshly roasted coffee sourced from Adams + Russell


The cheese and caramelised onion toastie and sweet chilli chicken wrap were just what we needed to refuel mid-cycle. The Bara brith was also fantastic and is a must try!


Plenty of savoury and sweet options including wraps, toasted sandwiches, baps, breakfasts, jacket potatoes, salads, cakes, tray-bakes, flapjacks and pies


Cappuccino (£2.50), tea (£2.00), cola (£1.30), sausage/bacon bap (£3.95), full breakfast (£7.50, veggie £6.50), cakes (from £2.50), cookies (£1.50), jacket potatoes (from £6.45), soup (£4.50), toasted sandwiches & chips/salad (from £4.95), sandwiches & chips/salad (from £4.50), wraps & chips/salad (from £5.25)


No on-site bike storage but there's plenty of space around the outdoor seating


Lots of seating both inside the fabulously restored interior and outside on their terraced area


Set in the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct & Canal World Heritage Site with 11 miles of protected scenic canal to explore with breathtaking views on the aquaduct across Wales and above the River Dee. With plenty of queiet, windy and hilly roads to explore nearby the chapel tea room is the perfect place to unwind over lunch when exploring Denbighshire

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Lovingly renovated and brought back to life, Bryn Seion Chapel is a popular cafe just a stones throw from the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct & Canal UNESCO World Heritage site in the village of Trevor, a short cycle or canal walk from the riverside market town of Llangollen.

Inside the quirky cafe you’ll find delicious coffee (roasted by Adams and Russell), breakfast served until midday, jacket potatoes, wraps, toasted sandwiches and salads in addition to the cyclists favourites, toasted tea cake and all day sausage and bacon baps.

For those with a sweet tooth there’s fab selection of homemade cakes including their tasty triple layered coffee cake, apple pie with cream and the traditional Welsh tea bread known as Bara brith, flavoured with tea, dried fruits and spices – a must try if you’ve not sampled it before!

You’ll find plenty of seating inside the fabulously restored chapel in addition to their outside terraced area. Once refuelled be sure to walk over the aqueduct, towering 120ft high over the River Dee for spectacular views!

Inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2009, the eleven miles of canal from Gledrid to the Horseshoe Falls via the spectacular Pontcysyllte Aqueduct all form part of this breathtaking landmark and area of preserved interest. The Pontcysyllte Aqueduct was completed in 1805 by Thomas Telford and is just a short walk from the tea room.

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