Things to see and do - Betws-y-Coed
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Betws-y-Coed Travel guide
Betws-y-Coed : Michelin's recommendations
Betws-y-Coed (Chapel in the Woods), beautifully set amid wooded hills, has been the gateway to Snowdonia since the London-Holyhead trunk road (today's A5) was driven through North Wales. This popular mountain resort is built of stone from the surrounding hills and blends pleasantly into the landscape. Walking, skiing and climbing (more than 1 500 approved climbing routes) are the area's most popular activities.
Tourist attractions Betws-y-Coed : Things to see and do
Royal Oak Stables GB - Betws-y-Coed LL24 0AH
The centre is housed in the immense Royal Oak Stables. Sine the arrival of the railway in 1868, this mountainous region has grown in popularity. Betws-y-Coed is the main entrance to the park, which was created in 1951, with Snowdon (1,085 m) being th..
Snowdonia National Park GB - Betws-y-coed LL24 0AB
Prix Prices from : 45 £
Situated in the heart of Snowdonia National Park, The Gwydyr Hotel has a bistro, free parking, and easy access to outdoor activities. The hotel boasts its own fishery, which has gained great popularity for its finest salmon and sea trout. The spacio..
Holyhead Road GB - Betws-y-coed LL24 0AB
Prix Prices from : 70 £
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. Trout and salmon fishing as well as hill walking are possible in the immediate area. Flat-screen TVs and t..
Holyhead Road GB - Betws-y-coed LL24 0AR
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. All guests receive free use of the leisure centre with a heated pool, children..