Beyws-Y-Coed is a village in Wales, nestled in Snowdonia Forest Park. It surrounded by rugged mountains, lakes, woodlands and waterfalls. Betws-y-Coed has something for everyone; numerous Craft and outdoor activity shops are in the village with the popular Swallow Falls.
By Car

Betws-y-Coed is accessible by car by an excellent road network
By Road. Situated on the junction of the A470/A5 trunk roads, the village has direct access from the North West via the M56 and A55 Expressway. The A5 connects us to the Midlands and the motorways linking North Wales to the South of England.

Drive Time

-Holyhead 1hr
-Liverpool 1hrs 45mins approx.
-Manchester 1hr 40mins
-Birmingham 2hrs 25mins
-Pembroke 3 hrs 45mins

By Air

Nearest Airports
-Liverpool Airport
-Manchester Airport

Main operators from both airports
Aerlingus –
Ryanair –

By Ferry

Just an hour away from Betws-y-Coed, ferries operate regularly from Dublin & Dun Loughaire to Holyhead in Anglesey.

By Rail

Betws-y-Coed is serviced by rail from all the major towns and cities in UK.


For a full list of accommodation provider please visit

Bike Rental

British bike hire will be providing high qualityroad, cyclocross and hybrid bikes for rental.

Please email Blake for full details.


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