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Thread: Cafes, coffee stops and favourite greasy spoons in Wales

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    Quote Originally Posted by tobyh View Post
    sorry didnt look again. Yes we are where you thought, there are signs to our place now. We are open 10 till 5 but any time really
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    Lakeside Cafe. Ffestiniog Power Station, Tanygrisiau

    http://www.cylex-uk.co.uk/company/la...-13160176.html

    Lovely spot, not widely known and a great place to stop for a cuppa and a bacon toastie

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    Thanks, as you can see I'm not very regular checking the site so I doubt I am much use, what is a site sponsor? I've registered to this site 3 times now over the years and it keeps lapsing because I look at it so rarely

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    Quote Originally Posted by tobyh View Post
    Thanks, as you can see I'm not very regular checking the site so I doubt I am much use, what is a site sponsor? I've registered to this site 3 times now over the years and it keeps lapsing because I look at it so rarely
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    Surprised that no one has mentioned Crossgates at the junction of the A483/A44.

    There's also a nice cafe in Rhayader right on the junction of the A44 and A470, directly opposite the war memorial. Think it's called Morgan's.

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    What about the Elan Valley nosh shop, costa-packet but always good grub.
    Lyn.

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    If you have not been there the Dolwyn cafe which is located on the Newtown to Llanidloes road (A470) approximately 12 miles from Newtown and 2 miles from Llanidloes,its on the same plot as a TATA dealership,the food is fantastic,the warm welcome brilliant,i stop there every year going to and from the Dragon rally with a load of mates,have a full Brekky and then some jam sponge and custard,there is always a good choice of cooked dinners too plus the portions are of a good size

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    My House!

    My house in Tenby is great for a coffee

    Whats more - talk nicely and it's free

    So if anyone's staying overnight or passing through - get in touch in advance - provide a free coffee/show you the beer stops as well :-P

    david@thedaftwayround.com

    http://www.thedaftwayround.com

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    Petrolheads Cafe - Boot End, CH6 6HJ Bagilt

    Just off the A548 in Bagillt, North Wales.
    Owned by a biker. Popular meeting place on Friday evenings. Can't miss it there's a bike on the roof.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fatbert View Post
    My house in Tenby is great for a coffee

    Whats more - talk nicely and it's free

    So if anyone's staying overnight or passing through - get in touch in advance - provide a free coffee/show you the beer stops as well and I'll buy all the beers too :-P

    david@thedaftwayround.com

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    Well, fekk me Betty.

    I have only just opened this thread and your place sprung to mind straight away. But I thought I'd better not say owt as you're so shy.

    But, as ya blowing your own trumpet all I can say to the rest is stay fekkin clear.

    ( Just in case I decide to call in.)

    ROR BOL LOL .

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    Well, fekk me Betty.

    I have only just opened this thread and your place sprung to mind straight away. But I thought I'd better not say owt as you're so shy.

    But, as ya blowing your own trumpet all I can say to the rest is stay fekkin clear.

    ( Just in case I decide to call in.)

    ROR BOL LOL .
    You stalking me Timbo?

    You've stayed enough times here - drank my coffee - ate all the pies - drank most of the beer - you ungrateful tw*t!

    LOL

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    Wendy's cafe

    I agree with P W Cymru. Llandovery cafe allways been good meeting place for the bikers.but think they have new ownership now. silly prices for a caff now.
    Found a nice place last week after passing through Llandovery on the the road to Llanwrtyd wells just past the sugar loaf. in the layby on the left 2miles before the town. little green porta'cabin cafe. wendy's. really friendly and .no rip off prices.
    eat in or outside under the pine trees if the sunshines !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goodlookin View Post
    If you have not been there the Dolwyn cafe which is located on the Newtown to Llanidloes road (A470) approximately 12 miles from Newtown and 2 miles from Llanidloes,its on the same plot as a TATA dealership,the food is fantastic,the warm welcome brilliant,i stop there every year going to and from the Dragon rally with a load of mates,have a full Brekky and then some jam sponge and custard,there is always a good choice of cooked dinners too plus the portions are of a good size
    Totally agree! A mate of mine and myself stopped there last year and had a cracking homemade steak pie and chips, they also gave us free bread and butter

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    Llandovery west end cafe

    http://www.westendcafe.co.uk/

    parking outside or in public car park just opposite

    great place to meet before heading off to black mountains

    always ramped with bikers and bikes of all shapes and sizes

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    West End Cafe Llandovery

    I had a meal there on Sunday and it was awful, not to mention expensive
    . Now I know why all the other lads go to the one in the petrol station, just west of Sennybridge on the A40

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    whistlestop cafe

    Whistlestop Cafe HTM ind estate Rhuddlan north wales.

    Fantastic food ,great prices. Fast service.
    Warm atmosphere surrounded by bikers alike.
    Notice board with regional info,mags and papers to read.
    Fill your belly then burn it off with a ride via abergele and llanrwst to betws-y-coed. Cut through Beddgelert to porthmadog and back to the a5 via llanfestiniog and ysbyty ifan. WOW great road. Nice places to eat in porthmadog. And if you have room Rhyg estate nr Corwen on a5 for a Buffalo Burger, have had many good reviews of here.

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