"Just the sort of pub you'd love to stumble across after a long, rambling country walk, Ty Gwyn sits in Betws-y-Coed, a village where four beautiful wooded valleys meet in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park. 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. There is a homespun feel about the inn's 14 chintz-heavy bedrooms, which vary in shape and size but all are characterful and good value and most have been recently refurbished. You will find no fewer than 19 different trails and walks in the surrounding Gwydyr Forest, plus the lovely Fairy Glen and Conwy Falls."
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