Tan-y-Foel, a small 5-star country Guest House that takes pride in combining luxurious accommodation with an exceptional level of personal service. Located just a short distance from the attractive village of Betws-y-Coed. Dating in part from the 16th century, the house has been sympathetically refurbished and exquisitely styled to fuse period charm with contemporary design and offers a choice of six luxury, individually styled, en suite bedrooms. All of the six bedrooms are furnished with both bath/shower facilities, beverage trays, direct dial telephones, DVD/CD/TV and free Wi Fi, bathrobes, hairdryers and toiletries provide thoughtful touches in the en-suite bathrooms. Tan-y-Foel is set in a peaceful location high above the Conwy Valley with sweeping views of The Snowdonia Mountain range, a perfect location from which to experience the amazing history and stunning scenery of this beautiful part of Wales.
Pros: Friendly welcoming atmosphere,room very comfortable and warm in stunning surroundings.
Pros: The all-round care and service provided by Llwyn Onn was superb!!
Pros: The staff were very welcoming and the room was clean and modern.
Pros: family owed & run .a most pleasant stay,my family and i hope to stay their again in the future,would & have recomend to family and friends
Pros: We loved the isolated location. Owners very friendly and helpful, Very good breakfast (especially the locally produced sausages). Room was spotlessly clean. Little extras thoughtfully laid on (choice of teas, coffees, hot chocolate, biscuits, soaps, shampoos etc even a shower cap). All in all a very enjoyable stay and will deffo be coming back!
Pros: Fantastic b&b. Owners super. Made to feel very welcome. Accommodation and Food excellent. Will use again and strongly recommend to others. One of the best we have used. Everthing was perfect.
Pros: We had a very nice stay. The location is excellent. Host were fantastic. Lady u=in the house was very good with kids.
Pros: Extremely friendly proprietors. Lovely setting. Good breakfast. Shame about the weather!
Pros: really friendly - great stay!
Cons: pool was a bit chilly
Pros: The highly amiable and friendly owners of the property made the visit and our stay worthwhile. Harry and David, who own and maintain the property made us feel welcome and extremely comfortable. The ambience and the decor of the guest house was also superb and it is set in perfect harmony with the rolling Welsh landscape.
Llwyn Onn Guest House is a great choice for a stay in Betws-Y-Coed. Guests will have free perks like breakfast, WiFi, and self parking.
Oakfield House B&B is a great choice for a stay in Betws-Y-Coed. Freebies like WiFi and self parking are added perks, and guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby hiking/biking trails. There's also a garden, and rooms at this upscale bed & breakfast offer flat-screen TVs and DVD players.
A warm welcome awaits you at Maes-y-Garth, a beautiful alpine style house set in 2 acres of land on the lower slope of Lon Muriau giving guests a panoramic view of the Conwy and Llugwy Valley and the picturesque village of Betws-y-Coed. Maes-y-Garth has five bedrooms: 2 super king doubles / twins, 2 doubles and 1 super king plus single / triple. All are newly decorated and furnished to the highest standard. All have en-suite facilities with lots of little extras as standard to make you feel extra special. All rooms have a remote control TV/DVD player with a small selection of DVD s to borrow, wifi, tea/coffee making facilities, alarm clock/radio, hairdryer and are centrally heated. For guests peace of mind we have our own private parking together with a lock up garage for bicycles and motorcycles. We can also offer drying facilities should the need arise. Maes-y-Garth Bed and Breakfast is an ideal place to stay in the Snowdonia National park. The village of Betws-y-Coed is only a pleasant 500 yard walk away and has a wide selection of Inns and restaurants for you to choose from. Come and relax and let us take care of you. Make our home your home and be treated like part of the family. Walkers, climbers, bikers or just sight seeing you all welcome here. Probably the best views in Snowdonia!
The perfect rural retreat with all the luxury of a hotel. After an exhilarating day in the mountains, the lodge is the ideal place to come back to and relax. A converted Welsh long barn, the lodge offers 4 star self catering accommodation for friends & families alike. With 2 ground floor bedrooms and a crog loft bedroom over the lounge, the lodge offers both double and twin bedded rooms for up to 6 guests. Large, open-plan kitchen dining room with seperate lounge for comfortable relaxing in the evenings. Flat screen plasma & LCD TVs with DVD, together with a DVD library 2 modern shower rooms with amazing drencher showers and heated towel rails, perfect after a long day in the hills. The lodge provides contemporary accommodation in a period setting - slumber beneath Egyptian cotton sheets & relax on leather seating in this interior designed barn conversion.
Located near a train station, Glyntwrog House is a great choice for a stay in Betws-Y-Coed. Free perks include WiFi, self parking, and full breakfast daily between 8:30 AM and 9 AM. A terrace and a garden are other highlights at this upscale guest house, and rooms offer LCD TVs and DVD players.
AA 4 Highly Commended. Afon View is an elegant Victorian house situated in the village of Betws-y-Coed, in the Snowdonia National Park. Close to the restaurants, shops and the train station. There are 7 en-suite bedrooms all of which have now been renovated with new en-suites. Doubles, family/twin and a single room. For those looking for something a little special, we have a four poster and luxury king-size rooms. There is a comfortable lounge with a real coal fire and all the guest rooms are furnished to a high standard with colour flat screen TV, free Wi-Fi access, tea and coffee making facilities, complimentary toiletries, radio alarms and hair dryers. All of the bedrooms have views of the surrounding wooded hills and some of the bedrooms still have their original Victorian fireplaces. We have free car parking, bike storage and drying room facilities.
Situated 20 minutes’ drive from Mount Snowdon, Llety Betws is a Victorian bed and breakfast featuring en suite rooms which overlook the local valley or scenic woodland. Free Wi-Fi is available and free private parking is provided on site. Egyptian cotton bed linen is provided with each Llety Betws room, as well as a flat-screen TV, en suite shower and DVD player. A traditional full cooked breakfast with award-winning local sausages and bacon is on offer. Milk and butter is used from local suppliers. Robins, blue tits and woodpeckers can often be seen from the dining room, as well as pheasants. Many pubs, shops and restaurants can be found in Betws Y Coed village, which is approximately 10 minutes’ walk. Numerous walking routes are available in the surrounding area, and Snowdonia National Park is approximately a 20 minute drive away.
Pros: Nice and comfortable B&B in a great location with nice hosts.
Cons: Would have liked more channels on the tv.
Located in Betws-y-Coed, Snowdonia, Garth Dderwen guest house is set in a Victorian house, in Betws-y-Coed. It features a shared lounge with TV and free Wi-Fi access is available in the rooms. Each room comes with a flat-screen TV, a wardrobe and tea and coffee making facilities. Some have their own en suite bathroom, while others offer access to a shared bathroom. Betws-y-Coed Railway Station is just a 3-minute walk away. Betws-Y-Coed Golf Club is less than one kilometer away. Snowdon is a 37-minute journey by car from the property.
Enjoy your visit to Betws-Y-Coed with a stay at Craig-y-Dderwen Riverside Hotel. For a bite to eat, guests can check out Riverside, which serves local cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A bar/lounge and a garden are other highlights, and rooms at this upscale hotel offer flat-screen TVs and room service.
Located near a train station, Plas Maenan Country House is a great choice for a stay in Llanrwst. You can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or wind down at the end of the day with a drink from the bar/lounge. Other highlights at this Edwardian country house include a terrace and a garden.
Located near a train station, The Eagles Hotel is a great choice for a stay in Llanrwst. You can relax with a drink at one of the 2 bars/lounges, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. Other highlights include a terrace and a garden, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and free WiFi.
Pros: Spaciousness, layout, tasteful decor, public spaces and general helpfulness of all staff
Cons: Stay was not long enough
When visiting Llanrwst, Meadowsweet Hotel is a great choice to consider. For a bite to eat, guests can check out Lle Hari Restaurant, which serves British cuisine and is open for dinner. Other highlights include a bar/lounge, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and DVD players.
Situated in the heart of Snowdonia National Park, The Eagles Bunkhouse is set within a charming 19th-century building that offers free WiFi and an on-site pub with log fires (open Wednesday to Sunday.) Free on-street parking is available in the nearby area. Each room at The Eagles Bunkhouse comes with tea/coffee making facilities, duvets, pillows and bedsheets. A self-catering kitchen and shared bathroom facilities are also provided. Other benefits include a drying room and secure bike storage. Towels can be hired for an extra fee. The on-site restaurant is open every Saturday between 18:00 to 20:00 and on Fridays from March through to October. It serves British cuisine in a family-friendly atmosphere. All of the Welsh 3000-foot peaks are within 15 miles, and mountain bikers can take advantage of the Penmachno track which is just half a kilometer away. The pretty town of Betws-y-Coed is only a 10-minute drive away and is host to many craft and outdoor activity shops. It also lies next to the popular attraction of Swallow Falls.
When visiting Betws-Y-Coed, Park Hill Gwesty Bryn Parc is a great choice to consider. You can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge and the spa tub makes for a relaxing end to the day. An indoor pool and a sauna are other highlights, and rooms at this upscale guest house offer DVD players and free WiFi.
Pros: wonderful food,hotel full of charm and history.Loved it !
Cons: Parking could be difficult but not a real major issue for us
Pros: Nice friendly hotel.
Pros: Quaint and convenient to town and castle
Cons: Hard Bed
Pros: Very nice hotel; good, friendly staff, but the best part is the food - amazingly good. Will certainly be staying again.
Pros: Lots of old world charm, excellent menu and food, comfortable rooms.
Cons: Handle on shower control missing, guest in adjoining opened my room with her key!!.. Very poor standard of room security!
Pros: The large spar bath and the size of the room.
Cons: The noise from the main road.
Pros: Lots of character. Excellent food and service
Pros: Character Hotel, top quality restaurant, helpful staff/owners
Pros: I stayed at the ty gwyn a few years ago, but this time I notice a real improvement. The room I stayed was lovely with a new en suite bathroom.I had dinner at the restaurant, the meal was very tasty, well presented, attention to details, and the service was excellent.I will recommend this place to ant personn and advice people to book a table at the restaurant as it does get very busy.
Cons: Booking at the restaurant is essential .
Pros: The welcome we received, the old world charm, and the food was off the very best!
Cons: Car park on the small side
This multi-award-winning hotel is a centuries-old traveler's inn located in Betws-y-Coed, within the Snowdonia National Park. The Ty Gwyn Hotel has exposed beam ceilings and beautiful bedrooms. The hotel is well-known locally for its international cuisine using fresh local produce.
Pros: Everything, especially staff, who were friendly and helpful. Food was also great.
Cons: Room too hot.
The Royal Oak Hotel is a three star historic former coaching inn surrounded by woodland, boasting a prime location at the Gateway to Snowdonia village of Betws-y-Coed. The rooms have been designed to incorporate the heritage of the hotel alongside contemporary luxury. Some have Jacuzzi bathrooms and ornate four-poster or sleigh beds. All rooms have Wi-Fi access and flatscreen TVs with over 50 Freeview channels. The award winning Llugwy River Restaurant has been recently redesigned and the inspiration for the menu comes from the seasonality of the local produce Wales has to offer. Alternative dining is found in the relaxed atmosphere of the Grill Bar with hearty breakfasts, daily specials and fabulous Welsh Cream Teas!
Pros: The friendly staff, convenient location, and delicious breakfast.
Cons: Our room didn't have a private bathroom
Pont-y-Pair Inn is conveniently located near the centre of Betws-y-Coed in the Snowdonia National Park in North Wales. Formally known as the Pont-y-Pair Hotel it offers: 3 star inn Free wi-fi in all public areas & bedrooms Fresh homemade food Licenced bar & restaurant Drying room