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Situated in the heart of Snowdonia National park, the Gwydyr Hotel offers comfortable accommodation, an onsite fishery, free parking and a popular bistro serving food daily. A picturesque building situated amidst charming scenery, the hotel overlooks the rivers Llugwy and Conwy, affording a tranquil, relaxing setting. With a history dating back over 150 years, high quality, friendly service comes as standard, with attentive staff always at hand. Large bedrooms are fully equipped with direct dial telephones, TV, radio alarms and tea coffee facilities. While rooms differ in size and style, all are furnished to a high standard, with well maintained fittings for your comfort. A selection of room configurations, including double, twin and family rooms, are available to meet the needs and requirements of your stay. The relaxing bistro offers an informal setting in which to enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner, every day of the week. A thoughtful selection of dishes will appeal to most tastes, with fine local produce utilised wherever possible. The light and airy setting is ideal for enjoying the morning papers with a coffee and juice, or relaxing with afternoon tea. The Gwydyr Hotel is particularly well known to those who take their greatest pleasure in fishing. Miles of controlled and supervised rivers, right on the hotel s doorstep, will enthral visitors and guests alike. The hotel s fishery has been renowned for some of the finest Salmon and Sea Trout fishing in all of Wales enjoy the breathtaking surroundings, with Buzzards, Peregrines and Kingfishers for company. The attractive village of Betws-y-Coed is a popular visitor s location within Snowdonia National park. The area is famed for its excellent river fishing in crystal clear waters. Snowdonia also offers a wealth of pursuit and attractions to enjoy, including climbing, kayaking and mountain biking for those looking for a thrill, while Golf, ambling walks and historical sights of interest are plentiful for those seeking a more relaxing break. Walkers will also enjoy Offa s Dyke Path, a famous walking trail that runs along the Welsh-English Border and with 176 miles of trail to follow, attracts walkers from all over the world. The coastal resorts of Llandudno and Prestatyn are just a short distance away and offer a variety of seaside attractions, including Llandudno s popular Victorian pier. This hotel was purchased by new owners in September 2013 who plan a major refurbishment programme. Phase 1 - the ground floor renovations will be completed by end of March 2014. Phase 2 Bedroom refurbishments will take place in January and February 2015.
Gwydyr Hotel is located in Betws-y-Coed, which is situated on the A5. The A5 runs from the border with England or alternatively, for guests travelling from the north of England, the A55 connects from Chester to the A470 in Conwy - the A470 can then be taken down to the A5 outside of Betws-y-Coed.