Top 5 Coffee Shops to Visit in North Wales

In wintertime, there’s nothing we love to do more than getting cosy with a nice cup of something warming. Even if the weather is getting chillier, there’s no reason not to get out and visit all that North Wales has to offer when you can pop into one of our top five cafés to visit near our campsites! A cup of coffee on a table  L’s Coffee and Books7 High Street, Conwy First up on our recommended coffee spots is the charming L’s Coffee and Books. As the name may suggest, shelves of books line the walls of this coffee shop, so you can cosy up with a cuppa and enjoy a good read. With a delicious range of brunch foods, suitable for many dietary needs, this child-friendly café is a top spot for warming up in the winter. If you’re in luck and the wintery weather eases off during your visit, the outdoor eating area is a lovely spot to spend some time in the sunshine.  Déjà Vu Restaurant98 High Street, Prestatyn If you’re staying in one of the Prestatyn holiday parks, then we reckon you’ll find yourself visiting the Déjà vu restaurant again and again! You may be staying in North Wales, but with one bite of their sweet crepes and savoury galettes, you will feel like you have been transported to France! The delightful interior will relax you as you sip on a warm cup of coffee; which pairs excellently with one of their perfectly flaky croissants.  The Plantation Coffee ShopBagster Tower, Abergele Fancying something sweet to eat? Recent changes to their menu have introduced some scrumptious nibbles to the café, including a range of waffles topped with sweet treats and drizzled in chocolate. Alongside their quality coffee, the Plantation specialises in moreish milkshakes; you can even blend some classic chocolate bars into your shake. When you’re in need of warming up, be sure to try the shop’s hot chocolate, which is deliciously creamy and heaped with marshmallows that make up the perfect combination to help you recover from a winter walk. If you thought this place couldn’t get any sweeter, they are also dog-friendly, so your animal companion can join you for a treat- in the form of doggie biscuit, of course!  Jacob’s LadderMount Road, St. Asaph A visit to Jacob’s Ladder will make you feel right at home in St. Asaph. With a number of sofas arranged throughout the café, it’s the perfect place to cuddle up and get toasty with a nice brew. There is a small menu of light lunches available if you’re feeling peckish, but the real attraction is the selection of tasty homemade cakes. Looking for something to remember your trip to North Wales? The café also offers an assortment of homemade gifts that make excellent souvenirs!  Sugar Plum Tea RoomThe Old Station, Ruthin A visit to this enchanting tea room is the perfect way to treat yourself while on holiday. Tea is served in vintage china cups, giving the place a truly quaint feel that will warm your heart, as well as your tummy! The menu features a range of tasty bites, with many gluten-free, veggie and vegan option available. We certainly recommend the afternoon tea; a selection of sandwiches, scones and sweet treats, all served on adorable cake stands! Let us know if you visit these cafés on your travels, and if they help to warm away the frosty weather!

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