Coffee Cups Cafe

Penrhos Nature Reserve The Tollhouse, Holyhead
01407 239161

Recent Reviews

Mike Jay

We finished a 3 mile walk with 3 wet dogs and were made very welcome by the lady busy in the kitchen. Couldn’t have felt more welcome despite my doubts about taking the dogs in.Friends had sausage sandwiches and coffee whilst I opted for a delicious slice of cake and tea(served in a china cup) Because of the weather we sat inside in a quite small room but there were plenty of tables outdoors which would be lovely on a dry summer day.Will definitely go back in the summer and hope for a dry day! Felt so sorry as we left,leaving behind a very wet floor which was cleaned as soon as we left.Highly recommended for the cake alone!!

Katie Smith

We stopped here for a late breakfast as we were walking the coast path. Service was really friendly and quick, we ordered 2 sausage sandwiches which were delicious and set us up for the walk into Holyhead. Cappuccino was hot and tasty. Lovely aspect, looking out over the sea.

tara jane

Lovely little place. Great coffee and bara brith. It's tiny inside, very quaint, but great outdoor sitting area

Kevin Fowler-Parkes

Walk along the coastal path - stop for a coffee & a snack.

Terry Gregory


Paul Fairbrother

Fantastic cafe, lovely staff, reasonably priced and very generous portions.Well worth stopping for your refreshments.

Jason Lee

Stopped on a mid way walk along the coast. Lovely little cafe. Despite being on a Sunday , when we got there it was very busy. The girls serving were rushed off their feet so we expected a delay in getting our food. Nice to get a mug of coffee rather than a small cup, we had a panini each which was nice and a lovely bit of lemon and geranium cake. It was a bit windy that day but they also have a couple of sheds outside and some seating inside. A good selection of snack food and cakes. The til area is very small especially with the girls passing with trays of food, maybe something they should look at , but all in all a nice time .Kid-friendliness: Have some swings and bits for the kids .Parking: Large car park for customer use.

Carole Waters

Visited this cafe many times before on our visits to Anglesey, staff always fabulous and accomodating, on this occasion we arrived after a long hike starving but too late in the afternoon to order food as they were just shutting, in expressing our disappointment the manager took pity on us and produced two huge bacon sandwiches, freshly made, stuffed full of delicious bacon served on doorsteps of fresh brown granary bread along with coffees of our choice. Never had a bad experience at this little cafe with its lovely garden and views across the bay at Penrhos which also is great for hiking, exploring and watching the shore wading birds. Highly recommended!


8 of us went here today. What an amazing little find. Food was lovely. Staff very friendly & helpful. Dog friendly too. My only criticism was that they were too cheap!!!

Emma Leslie

The ladies that run this place are lovely. There is a huge outdoor space that is child and dog friendly. It is right next to Penrhos park and a fabulous place to stop after, or before a wander. The tea is served in a large teapot with extra hot water. The cakes are delicious. You can stop a drink only, cake or a light lunch. The toasties are lovely with the option of salad or fruit and crisp. This place gets busy! So if you are not in early then be prepared to wait, it's worth it!Kid-friendliness: They have a large garden area with benches and there are always kids toys and books available.Parking: Lots of parking right next to the outside seating area and it's free.

Nancy Raine

I was warmly welcomed at this characterful cafe, served with delicious tea and wonderful bara brith. It’s a bit off the beaten track but well worth a visit. For cyclists, it is on route 8, which is how I found it. A real gem.

Lisa Ann Greene

Good for outdoor eating. Food was great. Big prawns in the sandwiches and the cheese and mushroom toastie was lovely. Great outdoor space for kids.

Amy S

Lovely setting, but feel needs a bit of work. Has lost its way a bit. Had soup and I swear was out of a tin! Not ok. Teapot etc was chipped and looked really tired, outside play equipment dropping to bits. It's hard running a business, but feel they could do better without big investment, just a tidy and a rethink of the details.

joe westley

First time being there when I was out for a walk. Had a lovely welcome and the people that were running the Cafe on 2nd May 3023 were very kind. They went above and beyond the norm whilst catering for my 10 month old baby. Food was lovely and a fair price which is hard to come by. Tea pot for 1 was generous, I managed to get 3 cups out of it. The cafe had a lovely outdoor area but I opted for inside which had a rustic feel with local artwork on the walls which were available to purchase. Absolutely lovely, thank you.

john lewis

Excellent service very friendly Carol is lovely lemon drizzle cake was amazing would recommend to anyone. Dog friendly as well with a beautiful view what more could you want.

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