There are many walks to choose from. The most easy and popular are the Riverside walk around the Golf Course.
Walk the main road to Swallow Falls.
A steeper walk up to Llyn Elsi . Starts behind the Church.
A riverside walk from the Pont y Pair Car Park. Follow the right hand bank of the river upstream and return.
You have a vast array of shops in the village. Shops selling outdoor weather gear, gifts,pottery, art galleries, welsh made cakes.
The Garden Centre supplies all types of plants throughout the season and has a nice Cafe.
Welsh gifts of all sorts are available.
Betws-y-Coed has its own beautiful 9 hole course. It is open to non members for day tickets.
Food and drinks are available in the Club house both to members and non members.
Sunday lunches are also available.
The Betws-y-Coed Anglers Club offers day tickets to fish the rivers for Salmon & Sea Trout. Tickets are available at the Gwydyr Hotel.
The fishing is excellent during high rainfall.
Fishing on the local lakes is also available for Rainbow Trout,and Brown Trout.
Bring your fishing rods and have a go.
The Railway Museum is situated by the side of the miniature railway.
Well worth to while away an hour or so looking at the various models and tracks on show.
There is an admission charge , and also there is a railway carriage cafe providing drinks and snacks.
For those that enjoy the countryside then a horse ride is an ideal way to get away from it all.
Ty Coch stables offers horse riding, trekking and day trail rides.
Enjoy breathtaking scenery of Snowdonia
whilst enjoying your day.
Accommodation is also available.
Gardens to visit. The most popular garden is the famous Bodnant Gardens just 15 minutes away.
Portmerion Garden is well worth a visit.
Plas Tan y Bwlch is another favourite.
Plas Brondanw Nr Portmerion.
Treborth Botanic Garden Nr Bangor.
National Botanic Garden of Wales. Although down in Carmarthenshire is worth a visit if close by.
Visit the The Laburnum Arch now in flower for about 2 weeks.