Betws Y Coed is perhaps the best known amongst the villages that make up the Snowdonia National Park, a beautiful and inspiring mountain range that covers some 800 square miles. Find a cheap hotel or guesthouse in Betws Y Coed for Dolwyddelan Castle, Swallow Falls and the Snowdonia National Park. The village emerges like some magical Brigadoon from the dark, secluded valley hiding amongst the sloping wild crags, glacial lakes and deep forests of the Gwynedd landscape.
Afon View Guest House
Holyhead Road Betws Y Coed Conwy LL24 0AN
Some hotels may have their spa facilities, some may have their own golf courses, but this handsome Victorian Guest House on the south side of town has oodles of charm and romance. Located within walking distance of the town centre and Railway Station this 7-bedroom guesthouse offers a cosy and wistful retreat to both ramblers and families alike. From the roaring log-fire fireplace and original period furnishings to the idyllic four-poster bedrooms, the Afon View is ideal for walking holidays in ...
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|Name||Miles||Region||Rooms||Type ?||Type ?|
|Afon View Guest House||0.5||Betws Y Coed||7||115.00|
|Llwyn Onn Guest House||7.8||Betws Y Coed||4||55.00|
|Aberconwy House Guest House||0.7||Betws Y Coed||8||60.00|
|Swallow Falls Hotel||0.3||Betws Y Coed||16||50.00|
|Craig-y-Dderwen Riverside Hotel||0.8||Betws Y Coed||18||120.00|
|Dragon Restaurant and B&B||0.1||Betws Y Coed||10||49.00|
|Royal Oak Hotel||0.4||Betws Y Coed||27||85.00|
Your first entrance into Betws Y Coed will be a truly memorable experience, marked as it will be by a desultory maze of lanes, Neolithic stone circles and mesmerising vantage points. Its a magical experience, especially at the height of summer, so families may consider booking hotels during the July-August period. There are also heaps of activities to keep your family and loved ones amused. The Conwy Valley Railway Museum can be found at Betws y Coed railway station on the site of the old railway goods yard. Swallow Falls is a magnificent waterfall and the tallest continuous fall of water in Wales. The falls lies on the River Llugwy, two miles west of Betws y Coed along the A5 to Capel Curig, in the beautiful Gwydir Forest.
Last-minute internet offers and destination discounts are arranged by the hotel and at the discretion of our Betws Y Coed travel partners who supply bookings up to and including the date of departure. Please take time to compare our rates before completing a booking to ensure you get the best value for money.