Coffi Vista at the Visit Caerphilly Centre offers tea, coffee, soft drinks, cakes and snacks, 13 Market Street - behind Twyn Community Centre is a bar and restaurant, Casa Mia restaurant - on the corner of the Twyn Square, is a restaurant with a window wall overlooking the castle, The Courthouse bar and restaurant also offers views of the castle,, Glanmor's Bakery - opposite The Courthouse sells delicious bread and cakes made on the premises. Also, Glanmor's Tearooms in the shopping centre below the Visit Caerphilly Centre is a delightful place to stop for a cup of tea. If you wish to venture further into the town there are several other tea shops, bars and restaurants situated along Cardiff Road.
Daytime is the best time to visit. There are no lights on parts of the route and if you would like to visit a cafe or bar then they are mostly open during the day
You can also choose the Continuous Play option to listen to the tour at home if you are unable to visit Caerphilly
The route runs along the main road through Caerphilly and occasionally crosses roads so please take care when walking. The route is mostly accessible for all abilities as it runs along pavements and paths, however, there are a couple of areas with steps. These are pointed out on the tour and it is up to the individual whether they use the steps. Part of the route is also near a car park so due caution should also be used in this vicinity. Caerphilly is generally a safe place with no major crime however it is always sensible to be aware of your surroundings.
This tour is undertaken at your own risk and Caerphilly Audio Tours cannot be held responsible for any incidents.