Winter Offers!

Get 15% discount on accommodation only, when your stay is between Sunday and Thursday, and between November and March(excluding school holidays).
Email or ring Martin for details. Other offers available here.

Chinese New Year

19th February 2015 Discounted Rooms for this night - See Offers Page - conditions apply. Email or ring Martin for details.

Holiday cottage

Recently totally refurbished. One bed en suite self catering cottage with patio area, full use of facilities in Ty Gwyn Hotel (Breakfast, Bar meals, Restaurant, etc) reservations essential. Details here. Email or ring Martin to book.
Wireless Internet available.
Corporate Booking Rates Available - Email or ring Martin for details.
Ty Gwyn Hotel

Ty Gwyn Hotel

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.

Ty Gwyn Hotel is one of the few original coaching Inn′s unspoilt and with traditional features, log fire (when it cold enough), low ceilings, original beams; mind your head and watch your step. Our door is always open.

The Ty Gwyn has been owned & run by the Ratcliffe family for the past 32 years, and Martin (the chef for the 32 years, along with Philip Canning 19 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 6 years undergone a refurbishment. Two of the four poster bedrooms boast spa tubs in their bathrooms. We also have a one bedroom en-suite self catering cottage on the hillside just 20 meters behind the hotel.

The Ty Gwyn has a very good reputation for its food, renowned locally for its international cuisine using the freshest of local produce. Many of the food stuffs are grown and harvested throughout the year in Ty Gwyn′s polytunnels situated in 2 acres adjoining the Ty Gwyn. So you can be assured of high quality, fresh, seasonal produce, in all Ty Gwyn's menus.

Where Possible all our produce is sourced locally; Lambs from Pen Loyn Farm in Llanrwst (4 miles); iron age free range, forest reared pork & suckling pig from Gelli Farm, Capel Garmon (1 mile); Happy Harrison′s free range eggs (Betws-y-Coed); free range goose eggs (Capel Garmon); free range ducks & chickens from Ty Mawr Farm Penmanchno (3 miles); Some local Game i.e. woodpigeon & wild rabbit etc. from Capel Garmon & Penmanchno; fresh lake trout from Llyn Brenig (12 miles); fresh crabs & lobster from Aberdaron. Also from my garden in Capel Garmon I use fresh wild chantarelle mushrooms, and garden herbs, apples, pears, plums, dwarf plums, damsons, redcurrants & blackcurrants & sometimes walnuts (if I can get them before the squirrels).

Ty Gwyn - room 9b

Bookings for dinner are recommended.

The Ty Gwyn with its 3 four poster rooms and a honeymoon suite, beamed ceilings, antiques, log fires (in winter) is one of the most traditional Inns you will visit in the beautiful Snowdonia National Park

There is also a holiday cottage available - Details here.. Please email or ring Martin to book.

Telegraph Magazine states Ty Gwyn Hotel is one of the 4 best Cosy Inns 2013

Daily Telegraph's travel magazine “A former coaching inn, it dates from 1636 and is every bit as cosy as it sounds with low-lit dining-rooms and open fires. The inn has a very good restaurant, serving both sophisticated international dishes created from local produce and from the inn's own polytunnels (try the fresh steamed Conwy moules marinière or the pan-fried sirloin of wild boar with thyme-scented roast root vegetables) and 'winter warmer' comfort food – the mushrooms stuffed with vintage mature cheddar are delicious....

Full details on the Telegraph Website or on this website here The Telegraph 2012

Laurence Fox

British actor Laurence Fox - star of ITV's spin-off series Lewis says "best hotel he has ever stayed in..."

When asked on the Telegraph's Heaven and Hell holidays spot. “What was the best hotel you've stayed in?” Internationally travelled Laurence replies “The Ty Gwyn Hotel in Betws-y-Coed. I was there to do some walking and climb up Mount Snowdon. The hotel was really cheap but very characterful. No one ever presented you with a bill for anything until you left. I know that's sort of normal in hotels, but it was particularly nice in this one because it's a pub hotel and you could have snuck out whenever you wanted. It has also got a cracking restaurant. ”

Laurence Fox See the full article in The Telegraph

References

The Good Pub Guide,
WHICH? Guide to Country Pubs,
AA Highly Commended Inns,
Staying Off the Beaten Track,
The Rough Guide,
Lonely Planet,
Welsh Tourist Board 3 star Inn,
AA Pub Guide,
Britains Best B & B
B & B Guide 2009
Which Good Food Guide