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Coed-y-Celyn Hall
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Reviewed September 14, 2011

Thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Made to feel very welcome.
Appartment very clean/tidy and modern. For those new to the area the visitors information pack had all the data you could wish for.
Both my wife and I would not hesitate to recommend Coed-y-Celyn Hall to anyone wish to stay in the area.
Plan to go back in the future.

  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled as a couple
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Thank Alan W
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Reviewed September 7, 2011

We would like to thank you for a beautiful stay we experienced in the
coed-y-celyn hall in betws-y-coed town. The apartment was really nice and clean. We felt so much athome there, especially with our 17 month old son. It is a fabulous
location with stunning views. And many thanks to Michael, who was very
warm and friendly. Will plan a trip to snowdonia again!

Room Tip: spacious, very neat and clean rooms
  • Stayed: August 2011, traveled with family
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Thank neenasaini
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Reviewed September 6, 2011

We stayed during the bank holiday weekend and had a perfect break in Betws-y-Coed.
Everything exceeded our expectation. The hall is set in a lovely quiet ground, just 15 min stroll from the town centre (may be 20 min to the train station). The hosts greeted us with warmth and gave us loads of advice of what to see and do around the area. Overall, we can't think of anything to fault it. If you happen to be in the area, we highly recommend you to stay at Coed-y-Celyn Hall. Hope that we can return someday...
Room Tip: If you have a lot of luggage, it may worth enquiring for a room on the ground floor.

  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed August 20, 2011

My girlfriend and I stayed at Coed-y-Celyn for one week in mid-August and could not have hoped for a better place to spend a week in North Wales.

We stayed in apartment 7, which was the loft conversion. It was very spacious, clean and well-equipped - absolutely no complaints whatsoever. The hosts were exceptionally welcoming and friendly, providing bountiful amounts of local information to help us plan our holiday. Nothing was too much trouble for them, as they were always at hand to provide help when needed and, even better, with a smile. The apartment was faultless, but the hosts make Coed-y-Celyn what it is - a fantastic getaway in the middle of Snowdonia.

It lies on a fairly busy road with no paths which, although intimidating at first, emphasises the picturesque location of the site and not only is it a small 'flaw', it is not that of the owner's of Coed-y-Celyn. Hence why it is not enough to hinder this 5 star review.

I have no complaints for these apartments - it was the perfect weel and I would happily come back again. In fact, I intend to :) I highly recommend these premises.

Room Tip: Apartment 7 was light and spacious - we heard no noise from any other patrons.
  • Stayed: August 2011, traveled as a couple
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Thank notrubnad
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Reviewed August 20, 2011

I simply don't know where to start-everything was as close to perfect as you could possibly wish for. When we arrived, Michael welcomed us warmly into their beautiful house. He was so friendly and gave us loads of ideas of things to do as it was our first time in the area. We also met his dogs, Blue and Lexy, 2 lovely border collies.

The appartment itself was great. For just £375 in a popular area in peak period, I was expecting a box room with a small ensuite and a kitchen/diner/living room. However we were pleasantly surpised when we walked up some stairs (we had the attic room-though the ceilings were still very high!) into a large reception room, leading onto a large bedroom with a massive, really comfy bed, a good sized bathroom (with a great shower), a good sized living room and a good sized kitchen. Everything was very tastefully decorated and clean. The kitchen was very well kitted out, there was even sugar, oil, salt, pepper, trays, a tea set-the list goes on. And if you prefer eating al fresco, there's a lovely terraced area with a BBQ which catches the last light of the day. For cosy nights in, Mike and Tracy have a huge collection of DVDs for guests to borrow, and they offer a shopping service whereby you send them a shopping list and they buy your food items ready for your arrival, charging only for what they buy-very convenient and kind seeing as they don't profit from it. They literally think of everything.

Betws-y-Coed is a great little village. There is a Spar, a Londis, a few other little shops and some nice gift shops and outdoor shops (where we bought an OS map for snowdon). My favourite shop in Betws was a pottery shop, a little further out past most of the other shops, selling lovely pottery made on site. The river which runs through it is very idyllic and there's a nice spot where you can sit on some rocks in the middle of it and watch it crash against the rocks. Betws is also very conveniently situated, with good local transport links-particularly the Sherpa buses, which we used to get to snowdon. The appartment has lots of useful tourist information, including a little green book which is full of walks in the surrounding area-really useful to get your bearings when you first arrive, plus they're all very picturesque and very well designed. On Michael's recommendation we went to the welsh male choir concert at the church in Betws, which was brilliant.

Along the river in the opposite direction to Betws-y Coed there are lots of waterfalls and by Conwy Falls is Conwy Falls Café, which has a lovely eccentric feel and is really friendly with great food and very much part of the surrounding community. It even turns into a pizzeria on Friday and Saturday evenings! They really are delicious. There is also a High ropes course called Tree Tops Adventures just up the road from Coed-y-Celyn, a few nice restaurants and no matter where you drive, the views will be beautiful. We recommend the walk from Penmaenmawr up to Meini Hirion (the 'Druid's Circle', though it is actually a bronze age site!) which is just along the coast from Conwy.

Overall we had an amazing week and we will definitely be going back again! I implore you to choose Coed-y-Celyn as it was just fantastic :)

  • Stayed: August 2011, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed August 14, 2011

We just returned from a week in an apartment in Coed-y-Celyn Hall.
We were greated by one of the owners who was very friendly and gave us lots of helpful advice throughout our stay.
Our apartment (1 bed) was really well decorated and furnished. It was very spacious and comfortable and the kitchen had every piece of equipment you could imagine!
It is in a great location to walk into Betws-y-Coed and to explore the rest of north wales by car.
We would highly recommend it.

  • Stayed: August 2011, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed August 14, 2011

This beautiful 19th Century home houses several holiday apartments, one of which we stayed in for a week in August 2011.
The apartment was extremely well appointed with every attention to detail, it was comfortable, light and airy with heating which could be turned on if necessary. Our large window, complete with wooden shutters, looked out over a beautiful, well cared for garden. The kitchen area was modern and tasteful and contained everything we would need, even kitchen towel, salt and pepper, which are thing syou would normally expect to take with you on a self-catering holiday . There was also a washer/dyer and instructions for all apliances. The four poster bed was extremely cosy and again, our shuttered window, excellent at night for blocking out all the light, looked out over the garden.

At the bottom of the garden, and through a gate runs the River Conwy and we enjoyed several walks along the bank.

Michael and Tracy were most hospitable and friendly and we really felt as though we were being wlecomed into their home.

We have had many self-catering holidays in this country, but this has to be the best and most well-thought out accomodation with so much care and consideration going into the needs and comforts of the visitors who will be staying there. We thoroughly recommend booking a break at Coed-y-Celyn Hall!

We would recommend The Craig-Y-Dderwen Hotel for a special meal; The Stables Bistro in Betws-y-Coed for something more informal or the Conwy Falls Cafe for delicious Welsh Rarebit!

  • Stayed: August 2011, traveled as a couple
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Additional Information about Coed-y-Celyn Hall

Address: Coed y Celyn Coed y Celyn Betws-y-Coed, Snowdonia National Park, Betws-y-Coed LL24 0SH, Wales
Location: United Kingdom > Wales > North Wales > Snowdonia National Park > Betws-y-Coed
Amenities:
Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
Ranked #1 of 12 Specialty Lodging in Betws-y-Coed
Price Range: $372 - $940 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 16
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Stay in great accommodation from which to explore and enjoy the best of Betws-y-Coed , Snowdonia and North WalesCoed-y-Celyn Hall offers excellent selfcatering accommodation in a Grade II listed building on the banks of the River Conwy.Just a short walk away is The Village of Betws-y-Coed " The Gateway to Snowdonia". One wing of the Hall has been converted into Luxury self-catering accommodation. sleeping 2, sleeping 4, sleeping 5 or sleeping 6 people. In total we can accommodate 16All accommodation has been tastefully decorated to a very high standard, to make your stay as comfortable as possible.All accommodation has Free WiFi to help you stay in touchCoed y Celyn is the ideal base from which to explore and enjoy the many activities and attractions that North Wales has to offer. Betws y Coed is The Gateway to the Snowdonia National Park and North Wales. The Village has excellent restaurants with much of the Menu's locally sourced. If out door clothing is what you are after there is more than enough to keep everyone happy. It is the ideal base from which to discover the magnificent walks, fantastic scenery rugged Coastline that, Snowdonia , Betws y Coed and the rest of North Wales has to offer. There is something for everyone. ... more   less 
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