Your information guide to hotels b&b, guest houses,and self catering cottages in snowdonia national park.
The Beautiful Snowdon Horseshoe
Betws-y-Coed is the most central place to stay for accommodation in Hotels b&b or cottages. There is a multitude of leisure activities for visitors to enjoy.
It is not surprising that during the main bank holidays and peak weeks in the summer you need to reserve or book your accommodation needs very early on . Dissapointments can occur if you have not booked early enough. There are only a small number of hotels and guest houses available to take your bookings.
Even if you have decided to go camping the camp and caravan sites get full, so do please use this website to reserve your accommodation well in advance.
The Waterloo Hotel complex is the largest Hotel in the Village with its own heated swimming pool , gym and beauty spa. The Hotel offers individual self catering accommodation to suit all.
The stunning beauty of the area with its mountains, streams and waterfalls all with accessible walks to them provide plenty for the visitor to do.
In the village itself you will find a wide variety of shops selling outdoor clothing, Welsh made materials and clothes as well as food outlets selling local Welsh produce.
The village itself is split into two sections, one section has hotels and guest houses dotted along the famous A5 highway, and the other section runs down to the station with its multitude of cafes, restauarants and craft shops.
You can catch the main line trains from the station and the bus terminal is closeby. Coach and Car Parking are also to be found in this area.
The Sherpa Buses stop in the station area.They are really good value for money.enabling you to tour the Snowdonia range.
And in the centre of the village is St. Mary's Church, which boasts a brand new car park. Stop by on a summer's Sunday evening and listen to delightful concerts provided by local Welsh choirs. And you don't want to miss the magnificent, large (though not as large as California's!) Redwood trees in the church yard.
Next, thanks to the bird's eye view from the Pont y Pair Bridge, you can watch salmon leaping in the swift white water to get upstream. Then you might enjoy taking a leisurely river-side walk through the forest.
Take the car up the main road, the A5, you discover the very famous Swallow Falls. The falls are just off to the right of the hotel. There is a small admission charge, but you can be certain, it's money well spent!
Plus, a bit further along on your right-hand side is "Ty Hyll" the "Ugly House." It was built in 1475 and is now home to the Snowdonia Society. You definitely want it on your must-see list!
Interested in a visit?The Betws-y-Coed Tourism
Office provides accommodation information for the area, as well as an
excellent short film about Snowdonia, which includes helicopter shots
of the mountains. (There is no charge to see the film.)
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