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Local Attractions

Betws-y-Coed has built up an outstanding international reputation as an attractive village in its own right and a perfect centre from which to explore the magnificent Snowdonia National Park and its many attractions - from its lakes and mountains, to narrow gauge railways and other historic reminders of its heritage and colourful past.

The village is surrounded by hills, carpeted by attractive woodlands. The phrase "Y coed" is Welsh for "the wood." Overall it is a village which has everything going for it - an idyllic location and one of the most picturesque centres in the UK. An ideal location for a perfect holiday.

Betws-y-coed

Betws-y-coed is one of the main villages in Snowdonia National Park, and provides an ideal base for exploring the 800 square miles of parkland.

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Bodnant Gardens

One of the most attractive gardens in the UK, Bodnant Gardens are situated within 80 acres on the valley overlooking Snowdonia.

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Bodnant Gardens

Caernarfon Castle

Built by King Edward I in the late 13th Century, Caernarfon Castle was designed to be the most striking castle in Wales.

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Caernarfon Castle

Llechwedd Slate Caverns

Llechwedd Slate Caverns of Blaenau Ffestiniog is part of a living, working slate mine that offers two unique underground tours that take you deep underground to explore the world of the Victorian slate miner. The temperature underground is an ambient 54F making the caverns ideal for a family day out - come rain or shine. There are plenty of facilities to enjoy – including a shop, cafe, slate workshop plus the Victorian Village with its traditional tavern and old fashioned sweet shop.

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Llechwedd Slate Caverns

Snowdon Mountain Railway

Since 1896, visitors from around the world have travelled on Snowdon Mountain Railway appreciating the truly spectacular views of the glorious, ancient landscape. Trains travel to the Summit, which at 3,560ft (1085m), is the highest mountain in England and Wales.  Here you can enjoy cakes or hot savouries and a drink while overlooking the valleys below from the panoramic windows. This unique railway is one of the most popular visitor attractions in North Wales. 

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Snowdon Mountain Railway

Snowdonia National Park

Snowdonia National Park covers 823 square miles of the most beautiful and unspoilt countryside in North Wales. It is an area where people live and work but also where thousands come to relax and enjoy a wide range of leisure activities.

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Snowdonia National Park