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Bryn Bella Guest House, Betws-y-Coed, Snowdonia

Relaxing and comfortable Four Star Guest House B&B Accommodation

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Bryn Bella is a Four Star Guest House offering bed and breakfast accommodation. Overlooking Betws-y-Coed in the Snowdonia National Park, North Wales, it provides an excellent base for exploring the National Park and the rest of North Wales.

Bryn Bella Guest House

Offering tastefully furnished double and twin bedded rooms, all of which are en-suite, equipped with remote colour TV, hot beverage tray, clock radio and hair dryer. The lounge is situated on the ground floor and is there for your comfort. There is a colour TV and video for your use, but please be respectful of other Guests. The bookcases contain a number of books, including Walking and Climbing guides of the area as well as those of other parts of the world. In addition you will find recent copies of Bird Watching, High, local papers and TV listings.

All guests have the benefit of an allocated parking space. Packed lunches are available and flasks can be filled for those wanting a day in the mountains. Please note Bryn Bella is non-smoking accommodation.

Information for Walkers

Betws-y-Coed is the perfect location for exploring the Snowdonia National Park, and the rest of North Wales. A wide range of walks are available from straightforward valley and forest routes in the immediate vicinity to some of the toughest mountain routes in Wales.

Tryfan and other peaks in the Ogwen valley are within easy distance. A few minutes further afield is the Snowdon Massif with routes for all abilities including the intimidating Crib Goch arête. In complete contrast to the busier paths above, it is possible to have wilderness days in the hills by exploring the Carneddau from the Conway valley.


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