The gateway to Snowdonia is right on the doorstep of this former Victorian coaching inn, which nestles at the foot of wooded hillside in the heart of the picturesque village.
Rooms have been designed to incorporate contemporary luxury with the heritage and historical feel of the hotel, with rich fabrics, local art and stylish furnishings. Deluxe rooms feature sleigh beds four posters or jacuzzi bathrooms.
Guests benefit from complimentary membership of the nearby Stations Health & Beauty Complex with pool, gym, sauna, steam rooms and treatments suite. Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel and all rooms have flat screen TVs. The award-winning Llugwy River Restaurant offers modern Welsh cooking using local seasonal produce.
Alternative dining options are the relaxed and modern Grill Bar, serving the finest Welsh produce or the Stables Bistro which has a rather special atmosphere with its regular music nights, plenty of cask ales and alfresco dining.
The perfect base for exploring all of Snowdonia's wonders... look no further... it's all here.
Mr Glenn Evans
Holyhead Road, Betws-y-Coed, LL24 0AY
Tel: 01690 710219, Fax: 01690 710603
Months Open: 1-12
Grading & Awards
Number of Rooms:
Total number of Rooms: 27
Total number of Ensuite Rooms: 27
|Daily Rate Bed & Breakfast||£95.00||£185.00|
|2 Nights, Dinner Bed & Breakfast||£130.00||£225.00|
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Did you know?
Salmon and sea trout can now be found above the Conwy Falls, near Betws-y-Coed, thanks to a fish-pass tunnel, built in 1994. The falls were previously impassable.
The Great Orme has such a unique and unusual ecology that two varieties of butterfly have evolved there into new sub-species. They are the silver studded blue and the grayling.
Seals, porpoises and dolphins live off our coast. You may spot them from the shore, but a boat trip will increase your chances of sighting them.