Betws-y-Coed meaning “Prayer Chapel in the Woods” is a beautiful village set in Snowdonia National Park. Its beauty attracted Victorian travellers and in particular many artists, inspired by the beautiful views.
Situated on the historically important London to Holyhead road, it also served as a stop for travellers passing through. Betws still retains its charm and now caters for the 21st century visitor. It’s not a place you will forget. The village and surrounding areas provide a wide range of accommodation from hotels and guest houses to traditional bed and breakfasts and self catering. We’ve provided a selection for you based on feedback from our clients.
Find out more on the official Betws-y-Coed & District Tourism Association site.
Accommodation within Betws-y-Coed
Guesthouses / Bed & Breakfast
- Aberconwy Guest House – This 5 star guest house overlooks the village
- Afon View Non Smokers Guest House – This 4 star guest house is situated right in the village.
- Bryn Bella – Victorian 4 star guest house overlooking the village. Closed in November and December.
- Bryn Llewelyn – 3 star guest house in the village centre
- Bridge View – 4 star non-smoking bed and breakfast accommodation in a picturesque riverside location
- Bron Celyn – 3 star guest house overlooking the village
- Bryn Afon Guest House – Situated next to the river Llugwy in the village. Tel; 01690 710403
- Ferns Guest House – Victorian 4 star non-smoking guest house in the village
- Garth Dderwen – Victorian non-smoking guest house in the village centre
- Henllys (The courthouse) – This 4 star guest house once served as the villages police station and magistrate’s court.
- Mount Garmon – 4 star guesthouse in the village centre
- Rosehill – 4 star bed and breakfast overlooking Betws-y-Coed
- Y Gilar Arms Inn & Camping site – Traditional village in a few milesfrom Betws-y-Coed. B&B and adjacent campsite.
- Glan Aber Hotel – A family run 3 star hotel in the village centre. Also offer single rooms.
- Royal Oak Hotel – One of the original hotels situated in the village centre
- Coed-Y-Celyn Hall – 5 Star self catering apartments, 1 mile from Betws-y-Coed on the banks of the river Conwy.
- Tan-y-Fedw – 4 Star self catering Stone cottage in the quiet village of Trefriw, just outside Betws-y-coed.
- Bunkhouse – The Vagabond – Newly opened by the owner of the world famous “Gite Le Vagabond” in Chamonix and geared up for outdoor activists, including it’s own climbing wall!
- Camping; See this link for details of campsites in the area
- Croeso Nant Conwy – Run by Welsh speaking farming families, this group offers a variety of accommodation from bed and breakfast to self catering around Betws-y-Coed.
Accommodation outside Betws-y-Coed
There are a number of villages and towns close by, which provide further accommodation. We’ve provided links for you to look at in each area.
Llanberis – Slate village situated at the foot of Snowdon
- Glyn Peris Guesthouse – 3 star detached Victorian house set in its own grounds, minutes away from the hustle and bustle of Llanberis
Llanwrst – The historical market town of the Conwy valley, about 3 miles from Betws-y-Coed.
- Y Dolydd/Meadowsweet Hotel – A 3 star hotel (Wales Tourist Board), situated conveniently within LLanwrst.
Ogwen Valley. Dividing the Carneddau and Glyderau mountain ranges.
- Gwern Gof Isaf Farm – Campsite, and Bunk House on an 750 acre National Trust farm in the Snowdonia National Park, North Wales
Tyn-y-Groes – This village is set in the Conwy valley about 12 miles from Betws-y-Coed
- The Groes Inn – The first licensed house in Wales (1573), this 4 star inn and hotel is a luxury retreat after a day in the mountains
- Cadair View Lodge – Self catering log cabins, 12 miles North of Dolgellau ideal for Cadair Idris and the Rhinogs range
- Graig Wen – Graig Wen provides 4 star Bed and Breakfast accommodation, three holiday cottages, a touring camp site and yurts near Dolgellau in Snowdonia National Park, ideal for Coed-y-Brenin and the Rhinogs.