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Discover Llyn Crafnant in the heart of Snowdonia A perfect Setting for a Great Day Out Fish for Trout in Natural Surroundings in a Stunning North Wales Valley Llyn Crafnant is one of the most beautiful and unspoilt spots in North Wales, nestling in a tranquil valley high up in Snowdonia. The lake is three quarters of a mile long and covers 63 acres, has good access and is well sheltered on all banks. It is regularly stocked with Rainbow trout supplementing the Wild Brown trout and can be fished from all banks or by the privacy of a boat. Or why not visit our lakeside Cafe or Tea Garden and enjoy a delicious light meal and homemade scones and cakes after a walk around the lake or nearby hills.…
Lunch, Drinks, Breakfast
Outdoor Seating, Seating, Free Off-Street Parking, Parking Available, Highchairs Available
All reviews cake side salad toasties baguette ice cream beautiful location off the beaten track pot of tea lovely walk family run plenty of seats lovely place friendly owner nice chat a real gem sit outside home made
The Crafnant cafe is a very small place on the edge of the lake.It has nice seating area outside.Unfortunately The day we went it was a little bit of drizzle We had pre ordered our food so it was ready for us .
We arrived as a group of hungry and tea-thirsty 9 adults (+2 children) early on Sunday afternoon having walked over from LLyn Geirionydd and found a great table on the edge of the lake. The lovely owners got down their largest teapot (enormous), and prepared...More
The Lake Crafnant Café is set in a truly stunning landscape, and is itself a most beautiful building, with outside tables next to the lake. Caroline, the owner, we found to be a most welcoming and charming host, very friendly and interesting to talk with....More
Good welcome from the staff and the coffee and tea was very good.
The cakes appeared to be home made and were very appealing but we had not long eaten so gave them a miss. A number of customers seemed to be enjoying them though.
We enjoyed a cup of tea in this rather bijou cafe. There were cakes on offer and hot food to order. We weren’t in need of anything but other people were tucking in. The place is small with quite bulky furniture and it was a...More
After a strenuous walk what a great find. A lovely view over the lake and fantastic home cooked food. I had the Blue cheese, cauliflower and pear soup with artisan bread and it was delicious. My wife had a tuna sandwich with bome made potato...More
Camping locally we found this "cafe."
This isn't a cafe. This is a family.
I have never been made to feel so welcome anywhere.
1st visit - Massive pot of Tea and Raspberry and Coconut cake and joined by the family for a lovely friendly...More
I took my Family for a walk around the lake and stopped off for a spot of lunch. Not expecting much but wow the food was amazing the cake was Homemade. The staff when very chatty and love to talk about the area and some...More
My partner and I visited this amazing lake and nearby forest on a glorious day. Unfortunately we decided to visit the Lakeside cafe.. I couldn't believe how scruffy the staff or owners, one had a filthy so called white shirt, tracksuit and shoes and they...More
Date of visit: July 2018
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Caroline E, Owner at The Lake Crafnant Cafe, responded to this reviewResponded 21 August 2018
We are a family business with an excellent reputation. We have never seen such vile and abusive comments anywhere. You obviously haven't been to our cafe or if you have you have made up these slanderous statements because you didn't get your own way -...More