This attractive inn/hotel is just to the east of Betws y Coed (pronounced Betoos a Coyd and meaning Oratory of the Wood) on the A5 in Snowdonia, North Wales. My wife and I have stayed here, and eaten here, on a number of occasions, particularly out of season.
The dinner was delicious and the cooked breakfast was traditional. Service for both was good, if a little slow at breakfast.
The bedrooms are currently being refurbished one by one over a period. We had a clean double room, costing a total of £52 for bed and breakfast for 2 people. The bathroom was a short walk along the corridor. Some rooms have en suite facilities.
The bed was comfortable and the bedroom was appealingly rustic in its decor, as is the hotel generally. However, the restaurant carpet is threadbare and some of the wall hangings are looking rather tired.
The inn sits alongside the A5 with a small 'layby' style car park. You can also park on the main road if there is no room elsewhere.
Overall, this is a lovely little place to stay for a night or two for good food, walking and relaxation - inn style.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Seventeenth-century coaching inn in the heart of Snowdonia. Award-winning restaurant, full of charm and character, beamed ceilings and open fires. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Ty Gwyn Betws y Coed
- Hotel Ty Gwyn
- Ty Gwyn Hotel Betws-y-Coed, Wales