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Betws-y-Coed - Village


Betws-y-Coed Village lies at the confluence of four
stunningly beautiful forested valleys and their
rivers produce dramatic natural attractions;

including the spectacular Swallow Falls and
the mysterious Fairy Glen.
The Gwydyr forest surrounds the village and walks abound:
within minutes you can leave the bustling village, stroll quietly
by the river or climb energetically up the hillside for magnificent
views of the Snowdonia National Park.
Travellers have visited Betws-y-Coed ever since an artists
colony was started in 1844 and the building of the railway
in 1868 led to the erection of the many fine Victorian stone
buildings which still provide excellent accommodation at
prices to suit all pockets, continuing the long tradition of
is warm and welcoming hospitality and hearty portions.


North Wales