Made famous by the BBC in its “Village SOS” series, the Myddfai Community Hall & Visitor Centre sits within the picturesque Welsh village of the same name, famous for its heritage of the Physicians of Myddfai. Just a few miles away from Llandovery in Carmarthenshire, this charming village is surrounded by the truly stunning scenery of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Opened back in 2011 by the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall, Myddfai is an energy efficient facility and an integral part of the community.
The cute little café at the Myddfai Community Hall & Visitor Centre is a great place to stop by for a bite to eat, especially after a long walk in the surrounding countryside. During colder days the homemade soups are really warming, with choices such as Cawl broccoli and stilton or carrot and coriander always going down well. All soups are served with thick crusty bread and a chunk of cheddar cheese. Other menu options at the café include a range of jacket spuds, salads such as the popular Physicians salad and a good choice of freshly made sandwiches and Paninis. Those with a sweet tooth will love the delicious cakes on offer which include the traditional Welsh Bara Brith cake.
Country style light wood tables and chairs provide a proper rustic village café style and the staff are warm and friendly. Perfect for a well-deserved rest, the Myddfai Community Hall & Visitor Centre is a brilliant little place to drop into while out and about discovering the sights of the local area.
Please Note: Myddfai Community Hall & Visitor Centre is closed on Mondays and open on Fridays and Saturdays. Opening times are 10:30 to 5:30. This discount can only be applied with one tastecard per table and is only valid for Afternoon Tea.