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Seventeenth-century coaching inn in the heart of Snowdonia. Award-winning restaurant, full of charm and character, beamed ceilings and open fires.
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Property amenities
Free Parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Breakfast included
Non-Smoking Hotel
Public Wifi
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Family Rooms
Non-Smoking Rooms
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52Somewhat walkable
Grade: 52 out of 100
11Restaurantswithin 1 km
12Attractionswithin 1 km
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This bonny building caught our attention as we drove back to our holiday cottage in the late afternoon so we stopped to check out the food. Inside the rooms are a cosy traditional style. We had a nice welcome and food was good. We were glad that we had stopped.
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Lost count of the amazing meals we’ve had here over the last few years. Can honestly say we now book a break in the area just to dine at Ty Gwyn! Dined at 7pm and the restaurant was really busy, nicely decorated with Christmas crackers and mulled wine plus their gorgeous
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Had a cold shock at the last accommodation so booked this inn and I'm glad I did staff could not be better and the food was well above what I expected and to top it all they had a real ale which I just had to try. Will stay again..
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We have been visiting the Ty Gwyn for about 32 years now, had a great day in Beywys today walking with the dog, I booked an early table for 6pm for dinner. It is advisable to book as it gets very busy and this was Saturday night. Rating Excellent . Nothing had changed at all,
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I’m into my history so visiting a 16th inn was right up my alley. And it’s still an inn not a pub! Amazing building, great food and ambiance. Chef needs to be wrapped up in cotton wool and told there’s no life outside Betws-y-coed! That’s a compliment by the way! Oh and radio
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We stayed in the cottage above pub. So no idea about Rm3
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How far from train station are you ?
How far from train station. Are you ?
We drove so I couldn't say, but would suggest looking for directions on Google maps.
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do you allow a pet dog
dogs are welcome in some bedrooms but cannot be present in the bar or resteraunt during food hours but any time around 12-2pm and 6-10pm dogs are permitted to sit in tge bar. phone up and speak to the owner regarding the dog as this may have changed as the rooms and bathrooms have recently been redecorated
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Do you allow a dog?
There was a dog in the bar when I was on there
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"Book the cottage."
"If you are having a meal here, its best you make sure what it has."
"If the coffee costs so much, then I would neither eat nor dink here; never mind stay here."
"Back rooms are quieter"
"some rooms ensuite some have separate bathroom,check with pub when booking"
US$ 93 - US$ 140 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ty gwyn betws y coedhotel ty gwyn
United KingdomWalesNorth WalesSnowdonia National ParkBetws-y-Coed
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