Covid19 Update

We are open serving delicious hot and cold food, cakes, snacks, drinks and all day breakfasts. You are welcome to sit in or takeaway into the Meadow where we have ample seating, panoramic views and free Wi-Fi.  

Mask wearing and social distancing is no longer required by law, however we ask that all our customers sanitise their hands regularly, using the sanitising stations provided, and please respect members of our team that want to keep adhering to the previous regulations. 

We advise all our customers to book a table, to avoid any disappointment and to inform a member of staff of any dietary requirements when making your booking. 
Thank you. 

Conwy Falls Cafe

Our spacious and attractive Cafe was designed by Sir William Clough Ellis to compliment the architecture of Portmerion.  We are serving breakfast all day, a range of hot and cold food, drinks and lots of cake! We have ample seating in the Meadow with panoramic views and free Wi-Fi. Parking is free. Our public toilets are open. 

Conwy Falls Forest Park and Waterfalls

The spectacular Conwy Falls runs through the deep gorge of the River Conwy, set in 10 acres of SSSI designated ancient native woodland and laced with paths, viewpoints and glades. Enjoy the Meadow with panoramic views free of charge. If you would like to walk through the ancient woodland and along the deep gorge to see the Conwy Falls, please head up to the wooden kiosk to make payment. Your payment helps us to maintain the paths and woodland for all to enjoy. We are currently operating a one way system.

Adults: £1.50
4-17 year olds: £1
0-3 year olds: Free
Locals: Free

Our pathways are natural tracks with exposed rocks and tree roots and some steep sections and the walk is not suitable for buggies or those less mobile.  
You are welcome to bring picnics and well behaved dogs to this special corner of the Snowdonia National Park.  Locals please collect your loyalty card, from the cafe, for free access to the Falls.  
You can access the Fairy Glen (which is approximately a 40 minute walk)  via the footpath at the corner of our car park.