The Copper Kettle Tea Room

The Copper Kettle Tea Room
Cafe and coffee shop in Abergavenny
Emm-lee, Llanddewi, Skirrid, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, NP7 8AP
Opening hours: 9:00 - 17:00 (Thu - Mon), closed (Tue / Wed)
 Vegetarian  Gluten Free  Open Sunday

A great freshly ground cappuccino and very welcome during our chilly ascent on the roads around the Skirrid mountain


The eggs on toast & cappuccino was the perfect early morning pick-me-up, as was the homemade carrot cake slice


You'll find all your usual cafe staples here; all day breakfasts, 'on toast' options, baguettes, paninis, omlettes, salads, homemade cakes by the husband and wife team, alongside a superb range of lunch options too (everything from jacket potatoes to soups and curries)


Great value! Americano (£2.50), cappuccino (£2.80), pot of tea (£2.20), Welsh / vegetarian breakfast (£6.75), omelettes (from £4.25), toast (£2.50), crumpets (£2.75), ‘on toast’ (from £4.00), salads (from £7.50), paninis (from £7.75), toasties (from £6.50), baguettes (from £6.90), children’s meals (£6.00), lamb cawl (£8.00), beer battered cod & chips (£8.00), chilli con carne (£7.50), soup (£5.60), jacket potato (£6.75), chicken curry (£7.95), cakes (from £2.00), traditional puddings (£6.00)


You'll find plenty of space for your bikes in their enclosed, rear seating area with superb views over the Skirrid


With a large, heated outdoor seating area, alongside a good number of tables inside too, it's ideal for groups of all sizes. Larger groups are advised to ring ahead


Found at the foot of the Skirrid mountain and beside the National Trust car park, we’re spoilt for choice with quiet, scenic roads a plenty. The cafe is situated on the old Ross road between Abergavenny and Ross-on-Wye. Once refuelled head onto the hip town of Abergavenny and up the hilly climb around Lllanthony onto the riverside book town of Hay-on-Wye

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Friendly, affordable and family-run tea room just a short walk from the Skirrid National Trust car park and set on the quiet B4521 (Old Ross Road, now largely traffic-free) between Abergavenny and Ross-on-Wye.

With a large, heated outdoor seating area overlooking the Skirrid mountain, alongside plenty of indoor seating to boot and all your cafe staples, it’s the ideal pitstop when cycling around the breathtaking roads of Monmouthshire and beyond.

On the menu you’ll find all your usual cafe staples, for those early risers there’s their famous all day breakfasts, plenty of ‘on toast’ options, omlettes, toast and much more. The lunch menu is equally is varied and includes baguettes, paninis, toasties, jacket potatoes, soups, salads and larger plated meals too (curry, chill etc).

For those with a sweet tooth the cakes are all homemade and on our March visit included a chocolate orange, carrot and double chocolate. Alongside were freshly baked doughnuts and fruit/plain scones too.

For those staying in the area for a few days or more, it may be worth checking out the cafe’s luxury shepherd hut accommodation, complete with hot tub!

Last visited in March 2024

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