As was customary with hall houses of such standing in the medieval period, Cefn Caer would have been an important centre of bardic patronage - and this tradition lives on! Although Cefn Caer, at present, can only accommodate up to 30 diners at its medieval banquets, they are amongst the finest of medieval banquets in Wales. Not only is the totally home grown Welsh fare mouth watering, the traditional entertainment is of the highest in professional terms and a delightful and entertaining evening, dining in the same space that Prince Owain Glyndŵr and his followers would have dined in, is ensured to one and all.
Another highly successful 'Dydd y Coroni' banquet was held at Cefn Caer on Glyndŵr Coronation Day - 21 June this year. Most had made the effort to dress medieval for the banquet this time and the guests were treated to the best of Welsh cuisine with six courses of mouth watering Welsh produce dishes. Likewise, all the entertainment and historical presentations were of the highest standard and. everyone had a wonderful time. Elfyn Rowlands, the owner of Cefn Caer, commented that this was the best banquet of all the ones he had held so far.