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Penceunant Isaf Tea Rooms in Gwynedd

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To be truthful there is really not a lot on the route from Llanberis to Snowdon, so to find this "oasis" was A*, despite being near the bottom of the route. great for a beer on the way down and talk to other walkers about the day..............too many beers then a taxi is on hand from the owners. Oh yes there are toilets for customers !
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18 April 2019
10.0
This place is like a hidden gem surrounded by stunning nature. We had a lovely experience with Stefan (who is hilarious!). Lovely tea with traditional Welsh cakes (delicious!). It is a must to visit on your way to Snowdon. The cottage is lovely and the welcome is precious. We definitely be back again.
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29 January 2019
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08/01/2019: Today (Tuesday) Hubby and me visited here for an early lunch. There is free parking but spaces are limited. This small Cafe is named after the infamous swellies = the most treacherous stretch of water between the 2 bridges on the Menai Strait. I ordered and paid at the counter (the total bill came to £17.90 which I was able to pay by card/contactless). Service was quick and came with a smile. We both enjoyed our Swellies breakfast (served all day) which consisted of 2 thin pork sausages, 1 rasher of tasty bacon, 1 fried egg, beans, a mushroom and half a grilled tomato. We also had a large thick slice of toast & butter and a pot of tea each. The cafe is proud to serve quality food which is locally produced.
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