Beautiful Llyn Elsie above Betws y Coed
The Victorian Honeymoon village that is Betws-Y-Coed lies at the meeting place of four gorgeous, wooded valleys. With its share of natural beauty, at the centre of the Snowdonia national park, the village is the most popular place to visit in the North Wales area. From the spectacular Swallow Falls and Conwy falls, magical Fairy Glen and surrounding Gwydyr Forest with its 19 different trails and walks, days can be spent walking, climbing,cycling, sightseeing or just relaxing.
From Shrewsbury, follow A5 (Holyhead road) for approx 1 hour (through Llangollen and Corwen)
From Chester, Follow A55 road towards Conwy. 1 mile after Colwyn Bay, turn off and follow signs for Betws-y-Coed, approx 15 miles, along A470.
Outside the Ty Gwyn
Ty Gwyn in winter Snow
We are on the edge of the village overlooking Waterloo bridge on the A5 road.
Ty Gwyn Hotel
Betws y Coed
Betws y Coed Valley
|Llyn Peninsula||50 mins|