Hotel Accommodation in Betws-y-coed

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Park Hill is renowned for excellent service and its teddy bears. A collection of almost 200 teddy bears welcome you and Jenny, the largest of the bears, seated in her own chair in one of the lounges is eager to say hello to the guests. And returning from a trip in Snowdonia an indoor swimming pool (with a sauna) is awaiting you. Of course there are free WIFI and TVsets with DVD player for our guests.

Our country house hotel is in the heart of Snowdonia making us ideally situated to explore the many wonders of the famous Snowdonia National Park. Set in 16 acres of tranquil gardens and grounds with breathtaking views of the Conwy river and the dramatic wooded slopes which surround the hotel forming the perfect atmosphere in which to relax in peace and quiet. Privately owned, the traditional values

Proprietors Brian and Enid You'ere regular guests at the hotel themselves prior to 1997, when, on February 14th, Valentines Day, they became the proud owners. Now they offer a warm friendly welcome to all their guests, both young and old, new first time visitors, and long standing regulars. The hotel offers comfortable accommodation and first class home cooked food, in a relaxed and convivial atmosphere.

Having recently undergone a change of ownership, this comfortable, old coaching inn has an excellent reputation for good food, fine wine and a relaxed atmosphere. The Foelas Arms at Pentrefoelas is your gateway to near Betws-y-Coed and Snowdonia National Park. Originally a farm which received its coaching licence in 1839, the Royal Mail coach once stopped here on its way from London through Betws-y-Coed

This beautiful Hotel was purposely built in the 1900's to take advantage of the local views and proximity to Swallow Falls. Set in an area of outstanding natural beauty and combining the classic quality of a Victorian Coaching House with the informal ambience of a modern hotel, Swallow Falls Hotel affords a memorable experience to all its guests.

The Ty Gwyn Hotel situated in Betws-y-coed, at the heart of the Snowdonia National Park, is a former coaching Inn dating back to 1636. The Ty Gwyn has been owned & run by the Ratcliffe family for the past 25 years, and Martin (the chef for the 25 years) and his wife Nicola have now taken over the running of this Centuries old, Multi award winning Inn. Ty Gwyn has over the past 18 months undergone a

Most of our rooms have been renovated to a higher standard of furnishings - three of these have four poster beds. All have designer bath or shower rooms, two of which have sauna shower. We have three family rooms, and when children share a room with two adults charges are reduced as set out in our tariff. For guests on a more modest budget we have a room for 5 in bunks with private shower room. Other

A premier North Wales hotel The Best Western Waterloo Hotel with hotel and cottage style rooms is set in the beautiful picture postcard village of Betws-y-coed amidst the remarkable beauty of Snowdonia National Park and complete with Leisure Complex it makes us the ideal base to explore the magnificent mountains, stunning passes, the breathtaking countryside scenery and the beautiful North Wales coastline

The Royal Oak Hotel is a picturesque building, which was once a coaching inn. Our luxurious rooms are in keeping with the victorian arcitecture but with a contemporary feel. With a great choice for eating places within the hotel and the Stables Bar in the courtyard plus our leisure spa situated at our sister hotel is but a five minute walk away, we've got everything you need for a relaxing stay.

The Courthouse (Henllys) offer bed and breakfast (B&B) accommodation in a peaceful riverside location less than a 5 minute easy walk from the centre of Betws-y-Coed, in the Snowdonia National Park, North Wales. This is ideal bed & breakfast accommodation from which to explore Snowdonia, Anglesey, Chester and the rest of North Wales.

Cobdens stands in the very heart of Snowdonia at the foot of Moel Siabod (872m) and Snowdon is only a couple of miles down the valley. We have 17 en-suite Bedrooms which comprise 4 Family rooms, 6 double rooms, 5 Twin rooms and 2 Single rooms. For many years we have looked after Management Training Groups. Our delegate rate includes Accommodation, Breakfast, Packed lunch, Dinner, Coffee and Tea and

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