I’ve been coming to the Visitor Centre for a couple of years for a breakfast and it’s fantastic every time with an amazing view to enjoy it with!Google Review 2020
Please note that our café offer is subject to current COVID-19 guidelines.
Set in a perfectly positioned and elevated spot, the first thing you will notice when you walk into Llyn Brenig café is the stunning views of the lake and across the Denbigh Moors.
This will be closely followed by the tantalising aroma of tasty treats. The light, airy space is surrounded by windows so you will get a great view wherever you choose to sit. The large, apex floor to ceiling window at the end of the café lead out to a balcony for those who wish to dine al fresco. We’re proud to hold a 5* food hygiene rating.
Dogs are welcome on the balcony to rest with you after their run.
Enjoy a warming drink, homemade cake or hot meal from our seasonal menu. Local, welsh specialities include a hearty bowl of cawl (slow cooked lamb stew) or a fresh slice of bara brith (traditional fruit loaf). Our food is freshly prepared with vegetarian and gluten free options. Just let us know if you have any other specific dietary requirements.
Our in-house team will be happy to cater for any occasion, from coach groups to birthday parties. Our Brenig Afternoon Tea is always a popular treat, perfect for ladies that lunch, a baby shower or Mother’s Day. Traditional finger sandwiches, scones with clotted cream and jam, sweet pastries and bara brith to give it a welsh twist. If you would like us to cater for your group give us a call to discuss your requirements today.
You can also find a temping array of Welsh produce to sample and buy in the café Welsh Produce Shop. Highlights include: Bartu Spiced rum, Aber Falls distillery, Pant Du Winery, Caws Cenarth cheese, Snowdonia cheese company, Penderyn Whisky, gin and vodkas, Caws Cenarth.