Round of a-paws for Carmarthenshire’s new ‘dog-friendly’ coffee shop – which has teamed up with local dairy!

A Burry Port Coffee Shop has undergone a major transformation after new management took over the business.


Entrepreneur Llinos Green is behind Cozy Coffee which is throwing open its doors to welcome coffee drinkers and their dogs.


The shop, previously run by the Carmarthenshire Coffee Company, opens on Thursday (March 23), with not just a new look but a whole new clientele – thanks to its hearty welcoming of canine companions.


The business has also teamed up with Llaeth Beynon Dairy and will be a vending point for customers to buy fresh, locally produced milk and milkshakes.


Located on Stepney Road, directly opposite the Pembrey/Burry Port train station, bosses behind the new venture are hoping it will become a firm favourite with dog walkers and cyclists alike, offering free Wi-Fi to customers.

Cozy Coffee staff: Kara Amner Tia Anthony, Llinos Green and Catrin Thomas


The family-run, laid-back venue will serve up an array of quality coffee created with beans by one of Wales’ biggest independent coffee roasters Coaltown.


Over the last eight and a half years, Coaltown has become a global brand, selling its coffee all over the world, such as in New York, Taiwan and Australia.


“Due to popular demand, we’ve added a fold away bicycle rack for customers to use, as lots of cyclists and tourists like to ride in Burry Port,” said Llinos, who grew up in the area.

“In what has been an epic feat of refurbishment, in just over three weeks the shop has been transformed into swanky but super cosy venue, and somewhere we hope will feel like a real haven for our customers to relax,” added Llinos.


“We want all our customers to enjoy our fantastic coffee, and we even have a ‘puppuccino’ for thirsty dogs.”

“Milk bottles can be purchased at Cozy coffee and refilled at any time we’re open , this fresh farm milk provides optimum taste and silky top textures to enhance our high end coaltown coffee.”


Llinos’s dad, property developer Kevin Green, has helped refurbish the site, which has been given a completely new look, which its four-legged customers won’t fail to miss.

Mural of Cozy Coffee’s family friend, Willow the dog, who is pictured with artist Steve Jenks of JenksArt.

“We have an amazing mural of our wonderful and cherished dog friend, Willow and the sign writing was carried out by local talent, Steve Jenks of JenksArt,” said Llinos.

“We are so grateful to all the renovation team, as we were ahead of schedule, so our staff had their initial barista skills training from our coffee supplier, Coaltown Coffee Roasters.

“We’ve carried out a trial run on the outside seating area layout and can’t wait to open officially to the public. Our grand opening day is March 23 and we’re delighted to have our Mayor, Michael Theodoulou attending to cut the ribbon at around 11am.”


Please donate here: Support Carmarthenshire News Online Thank you for supporting independent journalism and contributing to the future of local news in Carmarthenshire. Carmarthenshire News Online has been dedicated to providing unbiased and trustworthy news, free from commercial or political influence. By donating as little as £1, you can help ensure the continuation of this important source of information for the community. Your contribution will have a significant impact on the sustainability of independent journalism. If you're looking to enhance your brand's visibility, we also offer advertising opportunities on our Livestream and podcasts. Our special offers provide excellent value for reaching our engaged audience. To learn more about these opportunities and to discuss your advertising needs, please feel free to call or text us at 07308598604. Thank you again for your support, and together we can ensure the availability of quality local news for Carmarthenshire and beyond.

Please donate here: Support Carmarthenshire News Online

You cannot copy any content of this page