Betws-y-Coed Accommodation in Snowdonia North Wales
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Why are visitors really coming? Would a stroll down the main street feel good, or a pint in the pub, or listen to some Jazz, or just to find a really nice place for a relaxing week-end? Just click the Accommodation button above to find Awesome places to stay.The choice is yours and all these are available to you now.
Many of the wonderful
hotels Inns, guest houses
were built during the Victorian era, and their remarkable architecture reflects this. The buildings are marvellous big, strong buildings, filled with character and style.
This small pretty village attracts
from all over the world. Its neighbouring villages and towns are all unique to the area . The confluence of 3 main rivers,Âfon Conwy, Afon Llugwy, and Afon Lledr, all very good game angling rivers centre here.
, and bikes can be hired locally behind the Post Office.
An abundance of climbing and outdoor shops ensure that walkers and climbers are well catered for . In the centre is The
which provides advice for accommodation for the area.
The Sherpa Buses stop in the station area.Really good value for money , The bus can be picked up from Llandudno as well as betws-y-coed and the fare is only £ 4.95 return from Llandudno.
St. Mary's Church is host to many visiting choirs on Sunday evenings. Listen to delightful concerts provided by them.
A bird's eye view from the Pont y Pair Bridge, may see salmon leaping in the swift white water to get upstream from September onwards. Just out of the village visit the famous Swallow Falls. The falls are just off to the right of the hotel . A site well worth seeing when the rivers are in flood.
Plus, a bit further along on your right-hand side is Ty Hyll the Ugly House or ugliest house. It was built in 1475 and is now home to the Snowdonia Society. You definitely want it on your must-see list! Stop in for fabulous snacks and drinks.
Whatever your travel plans, you really want to include Betws-y-Coed, this lively, little village. Just be aware, you'll find so many fun, interesting things to see and do, you won't want to leave !
The Snowdonia National Park covers over 800 square miles of natural beauty there are 100's of lakes, 90 mountain peaks, 37 miles of pristine coastline and beaches, moors wetlands and forests. A rainbow beetle and lily you won't find anywhere else on earth and of course there is the tallest mountain in England and Wales. Betws is one of the best holiday destinations in Wales. The dramatic coastline, vibrant vllages and a sweeping country side it's easy to see why.
The Pont y Pair Falls
The map below indicates the area of North Wales and Snowdonia.
The green area on the map shows the boundary of the northern area of the Snowdonia National Park.