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Amid 16 acres, surrounded by calm woodland slopes on the banks of the River Conwy, this 4-star gold award-winning Victorian country house offers a unique location in the village, with an emphasis on... All the staff where very friendly we where greeted with a warm welcome, we stayed in room 14 with a river view which was amazing the room it's self was really well presented and clean. We ate in the restaurant on Saturday night shock was in a world of its own the food was really fresh and tasted amazing all in all we will defiantly be returning to this establishment.
Set in a magnificent former coaching inn, Royal Oak Hotel is surrounded by the beautiful mountains of Snowdonia National Park. location and staff great with use of leisure spa in sister hotel
Set at the edge of Betws-y-Coed, amid the National Park, this hotel with leisure centre and indoor pool is ideal for the North Wales Coast, Snowdonia and the countryside. Great Breakfast, spotless accomodation and friendly staff.
Situated in the heart of Snowdonia National Park, The Gwydyr Hotel has a restaurant, free parking, and easy access to outdoor activities. Beautiful location, friendly staff and great food!
This multi-award-winning hotel is a centuries-old coaching inn located in Betws-y-Coed, within the Snowdonia National Park. The Ty Gwyn Hotel has beamed ceilings and beautiful bedrooms. The friendly staff, great food, spacious rooms with great hot showers
Set in the picturesque village of Betws-y-Coed in the north of Snowdonia National Park, Glan Aber serves local cask and real ales in its bar. Staff very friendly, room and bathroom bright and clean. 1 minute over the bridge opposite and you’re at the start of the most beautiful riverside walk. Restaurant on site and food very tasty, though may be an idea to eat a bit earlier as several of the options had already sold out by 7:30.
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On average, 3-star hotels in Betws-y-coed cost £90 per night, and 4-star hotels in Betws-y-coed are £96 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Betws-y-coed can on average be found for £96 per night (based on Booking.com prices).
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Betws-y-coed this weekend is £183 or, for a 4-star hotel, £191. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Betws-y-coed for this weekend cost on average around £187 per night (based on Booking.com prices).
A lot of places to eat are only open from Wednesday to Saturday in the winter. The Royal oak grill room was lovely, a bit more expensive than around but worth it. Stayed at Olif but restaurant closed. The stables bar is great if you have kids. Many walks from the center and river walk is great for the less intrepid
I struggle to think of anything I don’t love... walking from the doorstep, amazing food (head to Olifs), wonderful relaxing coffee shop (head to Alpine by station) that serves incredible soup and smoothies. We took our dogs with us and many places are happy for dogs to be included. Loads of outdoor shops. The general ambience of this place is absolutely wonderful. It now feels like our second home. We headed across to Coed y Brenin for mountain biking which is also fantastic. Good for families and adventurers alike!
Betws-y-Coed is a good location for a number of activities including walking, climbing and cycling. There are many hotels of all price ranges and it is busy all year round. There are numerous attractions in the area including Swallow falls and Surf Snowdonia. We ate at the Glan Aber hotel which is excellent.
Lovely area of Wales for hiking, rambling, climbing, kayaking, cycling and much more. Lots of hostels, hotels to choose from but be quick in the prime season as they book up quick. A couple of good well equipped outdoor shops in the area where you can pick up maps/gas etc. A number of good restaurants/pubs to sink that well earned pint at the end of the day.
Betws-y-Coed is stunningly beautiful and has lovely little shops - we always enjoy the deli and the gift shops. Unfortunately, because of the time of year and the fact that we were leaving about 9.45 am, most of the shops were not open. We had planned to have breakfast in an eco-friendly cafe (the other side of the park from the hotel), I think called the Alpine, but they were closed - not sure if it was because of the timing, but there were workmen in, so maybe there's some refurbishment going on. We normally have coffee / cake / lunch there - a lot of home-baked, wholesome savoury and sweet stuff with the emphasis on respecting the environment (there are pictures and leaflets about saving orangutan habitation, for instance). They have an interesting menu with a wide range of teas and coffees.
A rather pretty town even on a damp January weekend. Some interesting shops to wander around, and a couple of pubs/hotel bars. For us, the attraction was the location, with plenty to see and do round about for outdoor-types. We spent the day with nearby Go Below on a mine adventure - which was exciting and fairly unique experience, with an interesting insight to the mining history of the area.
9.2 Superb 119 reviews
When we arrived we were greeted and shown to our room. We were also shown a convenient way to walk into the village, which was a lovely little footpath taking you over a bridge to the heart of Betws-y-Coed. The location was brilliant. Out the way of the main tourist areas, but close enough to the village for food etc. The staff were friendly and helpful, and seemed to be genuinely interested in our adventures day-to-day. It really was a great place to stay. Shame we couldn’t have stayed for longer
8.8 Fabulous 1,082 reviews
Very centrally located. Right opposite river and park. Great view of river from our window. Lovely room with four poster bed.. very spacious and comfy deluxe room made it special. Always enjoy staying in Betws y coed. 10 % discount on local shop next door and access to spa facilities in nearby hotel was pleasant surprise on arrival
8.3 Very good 633 reviews
the staff were very friendly and the rooms were kept clean and there was nothing too much trouble for them. The hotel was in a good location and seemed to gain a lot of trade over the weekend. We didn't spend much time at the hotel as the weather was very nice so was making the most of it
9.5 Exceptional 237 reviews
Hazel was extremely lovely and made us feel welcome from the moment we arrived. The location is excellent for visiting the village and the local area. We loved our stay. There’s even a handy DVD collection if it’s a rainy day. Excellent!
9.4 Superb 266 reviews
Lynn our host was very friendly, helpful and entertaining. Breakfast was excellent with a lot of choice using local ingredients. Great location in centre of the village. Safe Off road parking Room and ensuite was clean and comfortable.
8.1 Very good 349 reviews
Very cosy and quieter than further into the village. The Chinese food was very good also. The family that run the place are very friendly. The bar area is more like a living room so actually nice to chill out in.
8.9 Fabulous 281 reviews
Perfect location in Betws Y Coed, overlooking very pretty church & gardens. Spotlessly clean rooms with very comfy beds. Excellent breakfast. Friendly hosts. Lovely area outside for sitting and relaxing.
9.5 Exceptional 226 reviews
The apartment was lovely with everything provided to make your stay comfortable, and quirky so never boring, set in the middle of the beautiful village. Also dog friendly as was most of the village.
9.6 Exceptional 622 reviews
Everything. Warm welcome, lovely room, very clean. The staff clearly put lots of effort into making this a top b&b. In the heart of the village and 2 minutes from buses and trains
8.3 Very good 213 reviews
It had very friendly staff, guest socialization was encouraged, and it was fairly close to a lot of prime tourist stops in North Wales and Snowdonia. Also, waterfall out the window!
9.3 Superb 282 reviews
quaint, homely and period property. Absolutely fitted in with the surrounding area. Very close to Betws y Coed via a short picturesque walk. Overall, an excellent place to stay.
8.4 Very good 597 reviews
Great location in village. Has own parking which is essential as a very busy place. Spotless and very presentable. Dog friendly accommodation and very friendly n helpful staff
9.8 Exceptional 255 reviews
This place is paradise, is well located next to a river, and great parking area. The owners are very nice and friendly, and very informed about touring the area.
7.8 Good 799 reviews
The location is right in the middle of betws y coed, an excellent staff and very nice well equiped room, complimented by a very good breakfast!
8.9 Fabulous 1,071 reviews
Another lovely stay at the Waterloo Hotel friendly staff wonderful location
9.7 Exceptional 195 reviews
The walk into the village through the sheep farm and across the bridge.
9.7 Exceptional 64 reviews
The bath , the area , friendly staff
9.4 Superb 307 reviews
We were late arriving from a flight and Richard could not have been more accommodating. The room was absolutely gorgeous with the most comfortable bed and all was spotless. The breakfast was absolutely superb and was served very quickly and the pre-organised packed lunch system was excellent for the morning we were climbing Snowdon.
8.4 Very good 289 reviews
Everything. . Gary the host was an absolute gentleman couldn't do enough for us
7.9 Good 238 reviews
The Receptionist customer service was first class.