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Silver Mountain Cafe, open to both public and visitors, offers the opportunity for some down time from your adventures where you can relax with a cappuchino, latte or mocha, refuel with a light snack or indulge yourself with a luxury cake!
Coed y Brenin cafe is the ideal spot to recharge yourself after being out in the forest. Take in the views down the valley to the Cader Idris range.
We pride ourselves in using the best locally produced and healthy food for our menus.
Y Crochan cafe uses delicious locally sourced produce across the all-day menu. Call in for morning coffee, lunches, tempting cakes and afternoon tea. Look out for our seasonal specials. Y Crochan is at the centre of 8 craft studios.
Speciality: Modern Welsh Cuisine
Y Crochan cafe is light, bright and modern. The menu features lots of delicious locally sourced produce with food and drinks served throughout the day. Y Crochan is at the centre of 8 Craft Studios and King Arthur's Labyrinth.
Speciality: Welsh Bistro
Y Sospan café has something for everyone and is open throughout the day serving breakfast to lunchtime meals and take away meals. In the evening is transformed into a Welsh Bistro offering a truly Welsh experience.
Speciality: Local lamb, sea bass, lobster
The restaurant at Castle Cottage is recommended in the major food guides. We have steadily built up a reputation for good food, both locally and with visitors to the area. We source and use as much local / Welsh produce as possible.
In or near Barmouth, Tel: 01341 280550, www.baeabermaw.co.uk/
The Bae Abermaw restaurant is open to both residents and non residents for evening meals. The restaurant is open every night of the week from 6:30 and the last booking is 8:30. Children are welcome with their own menu available.
£38 pppnb, Welshpool, 01938 500574