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

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    CBA to see if I have posted this before, but if travelling to/from Wales then a good place to stop or meet is Dom's Bike Stop where the A49 & A44 cross.

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    Hello chaps,

    I'm going to be passing thru Wales next week. I'm looking for a tea stop/cafe in snowdonia on the way to the ferry. Any recommendations would be most welcome.👍

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    Doof Cafe in Ruthin is ok if nearby


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    If you're in Llanberis, I'd head to Pete's Eats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by camel_landy View Post
    If you're in Llanberis, I'd head to Pete's Eats.

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    As above, you can take the opportunity to go up Lanberis Pass before rejoining the A5 (if that’s the way you're going) at Capel Curig. Having said that, there are plenty of other fun ways of crossing Snowdonia other than the A5 of course. Enjoy the ride whichever way you choose, and good luck with the weather.
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    Thanks lads

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    Tregaron


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    Me and a couple of mates called in a little cafe in Tregaron last Sunday, The Hungry Goose, it’s also a B&B with two en suite rooms. Good menu for breakfast and lunches, and we had some great banter with some elderly locals.

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