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    Cafes, coffee stops and favourite greasy spoons in Wales

    Let us know your recommendations for your favourite biker food drink stop, a GPS waypoint would be good.

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    Abergavenny Bus station Cafe

    The most obvious one for me is Abergavenny Bus station Cafe, Monmouth Road Abergavenny, it's already well known and popular amongst the local biking community and once or twice a year Plod holds a Bike Safe meet there


    GPS and Pic. to follow.

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    Riverside Cafe on the A470 just North of Rhayadr is the Business!!! Details to follow.

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    The Downs Cafe is a popular meeting place and eaterie for all kinds of bikers,find it behind the petrol station on the eastbound side of the Cowbridge bypass (A48)
    Grid ref; N51 27.560 W3 25.265 I think
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    Don't tell em anything!!!!
    I hate queing and the more that turn up (or is that turnip) the longer the wait for a kwoffee. Saying that the nice man with the burger van on the very nice set of corners below the Storey Arms (i do mean corners not a slight kink! ewe understand) is a good place too visit, lots of seasonal fair and he's a biker) If I'm going home and in the area I always stop for a Kwoffeeee! (as the GS flies) And I only live 25 mins away ( that time will be the GS exchange rate for shoes minus the rate for BEER/BIKE OUTINGS )
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    'THE CABIN'
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    ABERYSTWYTH

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2 wheel humvee View Post
    The Downs Cafe is a popular meeting place and eaterie for all kinds of bikers,find it behind the petrol station on the eastbound side of the Cowbridge bypass (A48)
    Grid ref; N51 27.560 W3 25.265 I think
    AKA NORMANS CAFF!
    excellent breakfasts

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    Pete's Eats- Llanberis

    Ponderosa - Horseshoe Pass

    Eric Jones's - Tremadoc
    KEA

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    Quote Originally Posted by andy leett View Post
    'THE CABIN'
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    NIce one

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    llandovery

    West end cafe llandovery is a very popular meeting point every weekend throughout the year

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2 wheel humvee View Post
    The Downs Cafe is a popular meeting place and eaterie for all kinds of bikers,find it behind the petrol station on the eastbound side of the Cowbridge bypass (A48)
    Grid ref; N51 27.560 W3 25.265 I think
    Is this it, http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=e...t=k&z=19&om=1]
    Is that bike down there or what?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ebbo View Post
    Is this it, http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=e...t=k&z=19&om=1]
    Is that bike down there or what?
    That's the place
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    Quote Originally Posted by lewisjohn View Post
    West end cafe llandovery is a very popular meeting point every weekend throughout the year
    Very popular and getting very expensive for a cafe.

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    The Old Railway Station, Tintern. Just north of Tintern on the R hand side of the road. Not especially a biker haunt, but in fine weather lovely to sit outside on the lawn. Nice cakes!!

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    I like the little cafe next to the visitor centre at lake Vyrnwy.

    also the Blue China in Cricceith or the diner behind it.

    as much as I hate to say it, the Little chef in Betws-y-coed has also provided a good meal.

    If heading to Wales via Morton in Marsh, there is a biker friendly cafe in the town centre.

    You may also want to try the National Milk bars

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    Dinkys Dinah 5 miles West of Shrewsbury N52 42.799 W2 52.268

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