Set in the rolling landscape of south east Wales, between Usk and Pontypool, Llandegfedd Reservoir is a Site of Special Scientific Interest. It's an attraction a world away from the relentless pace of modern life, and with 434 acres of water and acres of woodland and grasslands, the reservoir has plenty of things to offer. With over four miles of footpaths and the Reservoir Trail for walking, three miles of banks for angling and a large sailing area, there's something for all to enjoy. The Visitor centre, designed by award winning architects, contains a stylish cafe and display area with panoramic views of the reservoir and water based activities. It definitely has one of the best views in Wales to enjoy with your cuppa! Opens 9am on weekdays and 8am on weekends, school and bank holidays.
View the cafe menu here and the Children's Menu here. Afternoon tea are available but please be sure to book in advance! A selection of freshly prepared finger sandwiches including: cucumber; Free range egg mayonnaise with cress; Smoked salmon with cream cheese; Coronation chicken; Ham and wholegrain mustard. Warm scones with clotted cream and preserves plus a variety of cakes, bakes and Bara Brith make up the desert. Your choice from a range of teas.
Coed y Paen
NP4 0SY (for Sat Nav please use NP4 0TA and once in Sluvad Road ignore instructions to turn right into a narrow lane; continue straight ahead for 3/4 mile)
Tel. 01633 373401
01633 373408 (Watersports Enquiries)