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