Capel Curig at Betws y Coed
Betws-y-Coed Tourist Information Centre
Betws Y Coed,
At the very heart of the National Park, this rugged mountain village is the mecca for climbing and walking in Snowdonia. Ringed by the Glyders, Moel Siabod and the foothills of the Carneddau range, Capel Curig is the home of Plas-y-Brenin - the national centre for mountain activities. Also at Capel Curig is Ty Hyll (The Ugly House), so named because of the huge uneven boulders in its walls. It is now the home of the Snowdonia Society.
There is a wide range of accommodation, cafes and restaurants in the area.
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SH 795562 53.08938 -3.80073
Betws-y-Coed is situated on the main crossing point for the A5/A470 roads. It is 17 miles south of Junction 19 of the A55 expressway.
The Conwy Valley line passes through the town, and provides services to Blaenau Ffestiniog and the Cambrian Coast line (Via Ffestiniog railway). To the north, it connects to the main North Wales coast line via Llandudno Junction.
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