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YHA Betws-y-Coed
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Sleeps: 77
No of Bedrooms: 0
Low Season: £POA
High Season: £POA

If you're looking for Snowdonia accommodation, YHA Betws-y-Coed is in one of the loveliest spots in North Wales, perfect for a weekend break or activity holiday. Two miles from the village and in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the hostel is part of a lively tourist complex opposite Swallow Falls waterfall. There’s a café/bistro and pub on-site. Attractions include the Snowdonia...

Sleeps: 77

No of Bedrooms: 0

Low Season: £POA

High Season: £POA

Riverbank Cottage
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Sleeps: 5
No of Bedrooms: 2
Low Season: £280
High Season: £600

A delightful 2 bedroom cottage located in the centre of the Snowdonia National Park. Riverbank Cottage is one of a row of traditional longhouse cottages situated on the edge of the small village of Capel Curig in a quiet, secluded spot. It has an open plan kitchen / lounge / diner with a modern fitted kitchen and a multifuel stove in an inglenook fireplace. There is a modern shower room with...

Sleeps: 5

No of Bedrooms: 2

Low Season: £280

High Season: £600

 

Betws-y-Coed Tourist Information
The predominant village in Snowdonia National Park

Betws-y-Coed is a beautiful inland village located on the Eastern side of Snowdonia National Park, nestled on the banks of the River Conwy in Conwy Valley.

There's a fine selection of places to eat in and around this picture postcard Snowdonia village, here you'll be able to sample traditional Welsh fare at its best in any number of eateries. For a village of its size, Betws-y-Coed provides quite a number of independent shops to browse around, many selling outdoor clothing and equipment as well as shops selling daily essentials, gifts and other goodies.

Set amongst woods and riverbanks, Betws-y-Coed and its stunning surroundings provide walkers with many enjoyable routes to head out along and explore. The Gwydyr Forest almost totally surrounds the village, it has lots of walking trails of varying lengths, the forest is also home to the Marin Trail, a 17-mile long mountain bike trail which snakes its way through this vast forest.

Located in the village opposite the railway station you will find Conwy Valley Railway Museum, this is a real must-see for train enthusiasts. Outside, the museum has a miniature railway that takes passengers on a short one-mile journey around the grounds pulled by a steam engine at weekends and a diesel engine at other times, there are also some rides outside for younger visitors. Inside, the museum houses various railway artefacts along with a number of model railways that can be push-button operated. The museum has a small cafe on-site as well as a well-stocked model shop.

On the edge of this delightful Snowdonia village is Golf Club Betws-y-Coed, it has a 9-hole parkland golf course which offers golfers spectacular views of the Snowdonia Mountain range and Conwy Valley.

Two of Snowdonia's principal natural tourist attractions and beauty spots are only a few of miles outside Betws-y-Coed. The first attraction, Swallow Falls, is a breathtaking waterfall which just happens to be the highest continuous waterfall in Wales. The second attraction, Fairy Glen, is a secluded and beguiling narrow ravine through which the River Conwy flows. The sheer beauty of Fairy Glen can be enjoyed from in the water as it provides a delightful location for a wild swim, here wild swimmers will find the shallow edges are suitable for a paddle, whilst the middle is deeper and suitable for swimming. Unfortunately, we do have to sound a word of caution as swimming is not advised in the River Conwy at Fairy Glen after heavy rainfall.

A drive (or walk) of about two and a half miles along the A5 road South out of Betws-y-Coed is Go Below Underground Adventures, here you'll get a fantastic adrenaline rush from zip-lining across caverns, climbing rock faces and waterfalls as well as abseiling down to the deepest point in the UK, in addition to boating across an underwater lake.

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