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Llanyrafon Manor, Cwmbran

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
3.3/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web
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  • We called in the snack bar and ordered two coffees and one cheese and one tuna toastie. The coffees were served up fairly quickly but it took quite some time to get the toasties, and it wasn't as thou...  read more »
  • Great day yesterday. The rain tried to wash us away & it did for many but we sheltered in the cider tent & as it passed came out & enjoyed the welly throwing! We live local, love the manor & were gutt...  read more »
  • On a wet Sunday morning we popped down to the monthly farmers/craft market, but it was so wet we just went in the Manor for coffee. I understand that the running of the coffee shop has been taken over...  read more »
  • Grabbed a quiet lunch at the Raspberry Tea Room yesterday and was very impressed. Lovely calming atmosphere with a variety of old time music in the background as you watch your food being lovingly prepared in front of you. Delicious locally sourced ingredients are used to make food that seems quite traditional of a Welsh tea room. Flavorsome with finishing touches that make all the difference. Particularly liked the Welsh cream tea - with real clotted cream! Yum! I plan to return ASAP.
  • Great little cafe!
  • We have passed by this place hundreds of times in the past but today went in and discovered a little gem. We spent half an hour walking around the historic Manor and then had a bite to eat in the Raspberry Tea room. After confirming the disabled facilities we will be back with the mother in law. Dont pass by like we did.
  • Has become very popular in the last couple of years with local craft fairs held regular during spring and summer. Hundreds of people visited 13th April this year to join the tug or war and see the traditional Welsh dancers and singers. Great snacks in the cafe as always. Interesting places for explorers, plenty for kids, dogs welcome too.
  • Interesting small museum and Yummie food in tea room managed by Raspberry Catering!
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