Gwydyr Hotel

The Gwydyr Hotel is situated in the village of Betws-y-Coed and is surrounded by some of the most picturesque scenery in North Wales. Full of character and atmosphere, it is owned and managed by David and Owen Wainwright, who are very experienced hoteliers.
Under the "Dinorben Hotels" the family also own the Eagles Hotel, Llanrwst ,each hotel is differant but noted for their hospitality, comfort and friendly atmosphere, excellent food, good wine and willing service.
The Gwydyr is particularly well know to people who find their greatest pleasure in fishing. Visitors will be enthralled by the miles of Rivers which are controlled and supervised.

The Gwydyr Hotel offers a wide selection of meals, breakfast, luncheon and dinner daily which can be taken in our spacious dining room. Alternatively, we offer an extensive range of bar meals, served daily between 12 -9 pm.

Large bedrooms fully equipped with direct dial telephones, colour televisions, radio alarms, tea/coffee making facilities, central heating throughout, and all with private bath and shower, for your comfort.

Very large Victorian style drawing room, ideal for meeting together after dinner or at the end of your days activities and relax in comfort. As a special treat, cream teas are served daily.
The Gwydyr is particularly well know to people who find their greatest pleasure in fishing. Visitors will be enthralled by the miles of Rivers which are controlled and supervised.

Location: Centrally situated in the centre of the village of Betws-y-Coed, near the post office and St Marys Church.

<b>Special Offers</B>

Dinner bed and breakfast
Two days £105.00 per person
Three days £155.00 per person

Wekly Terms

1st November -31st July £320.00 per person
1st August - 31st October £395.00 per person

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Gwydyr Hotel
Holyhead Road Betws-y-Coed Conwy LL24 0AB Wales
phone: 01690 710777 fax:

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