Browsing Hotels within a 10 mile radius of Betws y Coed
Farmhouse with 3 rooms, £70-£120 prpnb
Wonderful scenery, exceptional comfort, food grown on our own land, space and tranquillity are just some of the reasons why guests rate us '10 out of 10'. Visit in any season and be captivated by the magical surroundings.
Guest Accommodation with 5 rooms, £55-£86 prpnb
A charming Victorian property set on a wooded hillside overlooking Waterloo Bridge & the beautiful Conwy Valley. This comfortable B&B nestles at the edge of the popular village of Betws-y-Coed. All amenities within easy strolling distance.
Guest House with 5 rooms, £33-£35 pppnb
Whether you've discovered the mountain lakes which nestle above our village - conquered Snowdon or strolled around the stunning Conwy Valley - then rest assured of the comfort and warm welcome of Crafnant House.
Hotel with 10 rooms, £85-£120 prpnb
A well run, warm, friendly hotel with a welcome second to none. Most rooms have a superb view across the Conwy Valley countryside, with exquisit comfort in which to enjoy them. A popular restaurant provides local dishes to tempt you.
Guest House with 4 rooms, £23-£30 pppnb
Clean comfortable accommodation with many extras and good hearty breakfast. 2 large en-suite rooms with bay windows and mountain views, 1 twin bedded room overlooking back garden. Pretty village setting..
Guest Accommodation with 3 rooms, £90-£95 prpnb
A "dashingly-renovated, stone-built rectory" (Holiday Which) situated in the Snowdonia National Park, just 4 miles from Betws-y-Coed. Bedrooms have river, forest and countryside views. Award winning evening meals complemented by fine wines.
Farmhouse with 1 room, £35 pppnb
A warm Welsh welcome to a busy working hill farm, with spectacular views of the Snowdonia mountains. A hearty Welsh breakfast awaits you. Families welcome with special rates.
Guest Accommodation with 11 rooms, £40-£80 pppnb
This elegant Georgian country house stands in its own extensive grounds in a sunny elevated position on the east side of the Conwy Valley, overlooking the Conwy river and with spectacular views of Snowdonia.
Guest House with 8 rooms, £33-£48 pppnb
The Park Hill is located in a fine Victorian building, traditionally built of local stone and slate in the 1860's. The hotel's nine double/twin rooms are equipped with all modern facilities, recently refurbished and are all en-suite.
Bed & Breakfast with 5 rooms, £70-£100 prpnb
Gold Award 5 Star luxury B&B, just 7 minute walk from Betws y Coed. With breathtaking views . 5 beautiful & individual bedrooms including 2 suites, 4 poster and super king beds. Pure luxury and personal service in Snowdonia
Inn with 8 rooms, £120-£140 prpn, £65-£95 prpnb
Elen's Castle Hotel was once an 18th century coaching inn. Whilst retaining its historical charm and many original features, it is now a fully modernised hotel in a peaceful, village setting away from the crush of tourists.
Hotel with 49 rooms, £60-£89 pppnb
Ideally located for the whole of North Wales and a perfect base to explore and discover the breathtaking scenery of Snowdonia National Park. Hotel and lodge style rooms, extensive leisure facilities, restaurant, and bar.
Hotel with 27 rooms, £80-£185 prpnb
Picturesque former coaching inn with 27 luxury en-suite bedrooms, all with flat screen television, direct dial telephone, tea/coffee making facilities and broadband access.
Guest Accommodation with 18 rooms, £82-£87 prpn
Centrally located in the charming village of Betws-y-Coed, the Stables Lodge offers outstanding affordable accommodation in the heart of Snowdonia.
Guest House with 8 rooms, £45-£80 prpnb
Mairlys Bed and Breakfast (B & B), situated in the centre of Betws -y -Coed with superb views over Snowdonia's Gwydyr Forest. An excellent village location within minutesâ walk to inns, restaurants, shops and walking trails.
Guest House with 7 rooms, £34-£95 prpnb
Friendly guest house in the centre of the village of Betws y Coed Snowdonia and within easy walking distance for restaurants, pubs and shops. All rooms en-suite or with private facilities. Private car parking. WiFi available.
Bed & Breakfast with 3 rooms, £70-£82 prpnb
Bridge View was formerly a Victorian Magistrate's Court and is situated in a peaceful location on the banks of the River Conwy with magnificent views. Breakfast is served in the cosy galleried dining room, formerly the courtroom.
Bed & Breakfast with 5 rooms, £65-£77 prpnb
Renovated Victorian Watermill decorated in a traditional style. All rooms designed to be welcoming and homely, providing a 'home away from home' feel. Attention to the little details make your stay as comfortable as possible.
Guest Accommodation with 2 rooms, £60-£75 prpnb
Welcome to Plas Celyn, our Victorian home in the traditional Welsh community of Trefriw. We offer comfortable beds and delicious breakfasts in the beautiful Conwy Valley, close to Betws-Y-Coed and Llanrwst.
Bed & Breakfast with 5 rooms, £35-£44 pppnb
Maes-y-Garth is a beautiful Alpine syle bed breakfast set on the lower slope of Lon Muriau giving guests a panoramic view of the Conwy and Llugwy Valley and the picturesque village of Betws-y-Coed, Snowdonia.
Guest House with 9 rooms, £60-£105 prpnb
Come and relax in comfort and style, enjoy delicous breakfasts, friendly service and genuine hospitality at our Victorian guest house. Walkers, cyclists and those just getting away from it all are truly welcome!
Guest House with 6 rooms, £100-£235 prpnb
Tan y Foel means 'house under the hillside' and perfectly describes the locality of our award winning Snowdonian hideaway. Unique, quiet, intimate and luxury accommodation and a gourmet sanctuary for the discerning traveller.
Guest House with 7 rooms, £47-£85 prpnb
You want to explore our high mountains, swim in crystal rivers, laze on our sandy beaches or dive into our ancient past...at The Ferns there's a modern welsh welcome and local knowledge to make your stay in Snowdonia unforgettable.
Bed & Breakfast with 4 rooms, £30-£33 pppnb
Homely and comfortable with a reputation for providing warm hospitality and food second to none, Gorphwysfa House stands in its own grounds only a pleasant seven minute walk from the village centre with its many shops and restaurants.
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