The Cwtch Cafe

The Cwtch Cafe
Cafe and coffee shop in Builth Wells
6 Broad Street, Builth Wells, Powys, LD2 3DT
Opening hours: 10:00 - 16:00 (Mon - Sun)
 Vegetarian  Vegan  Gluten Free  Open Sunday
coffee
taste

The sticky salted caramel cake was superb! Don't miss their daily specials - the sweetcorn fritter and pulled pork quesadilla featured during our last visit and were very tasty

selection

A fab selection of breakfast bites and baps alongside freshly made toasties, paninis, burgers, wraps, jacket potatoes and soups. For those with a sweet tooth, there’s a huge range of homemade cakes and tray-bakes including their salted caramel, chocolate indulgence, toffee and our favourite, Daim Toblerone slice

value

Cappuccino (£2.40), tea (£1.90), pulled pork quesadilla (£6.95), full breakfast (£6.95), sausage/bacon sandwich (£3.95), bacon Benedict (£6.95), Spanish scramble (£6.95), baguette with chips (£7.45), toasties/paninis (£6.95), burgers (£7.45), wraps (£7.45), jacket potatoes (£5.95), soup (£4.50), cakes & tray-bakes (from 2.45)

storage

In their enclosed courtyard and seating area there’s plenty of space for bikes with enough space for larger groups

groups

In their enclosed courtyard and seating area there’s plenty of room for groups of all sizes, inside there’s also a good amount of space too. Alternatively takeaway and enjoy beside the River Wye at the picnic area beside the bridge

location

Builth Wells is a pretty town at the confluence of the Wye and Irthon rivers and set within the lush valleys of Mid Wales. There’s plenty of quiet, scenic roads just a stones throw away, offering challenging ascents, fast scents and panoramic views around every corner

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In the former kingdom of Builth lies the scenic riverside town of Builth Wells, hidden amongst the lush valleys of mid Wales. Within the bustling high street you’ll find a superb cafe serving up tasty, freshly prepared food, plenty of seating and great coffee.

If looking for something savoury there’s a great selection of breakfast bites, meals and baps alongside freshly made toasties, paninis, burgers, wraps, jacket potatoes and soups for lunch. Daily specials on our visit included a pulled pork quesadilla and sweetcorn fritter, the latter being just what we needed on a sunny, winter ride.

For those with a sweet tooth, there’s a huge range of homemade cakes and tray-bakes on display including a salted caramel, chocolate indulgence, toffee, Bakewell slice and carrot cake. We’d recommend giving their very popular Daim Toblerone slice a try!

For cycling groups visiting, there’s plenty of seating and storage in their enclosed courtyard with a good number of tables inside too. Alternatively takeaway and enjoy beside the River Wye at the picnic area beside the bridge

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