Betws Yn Rhos


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Population: 2000
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Wheatsheaf Inn
"Lovely friendly pub. My friends & I were camping down the road and dined here on a Friday evening. It was the very best steak pie I have ..." More

Wheatsheaf Inn
"What more can I say other than; "What a fantastic pub!" The first impression from the outside was of a quiet country pub. Very nicely maintained building with fantastic views around ..." More

Wheatsheaf Inn
"hadnt been here since the new owners took over as the last time i went it was poor. lots of change, for the better, new owners, new menu, great service ..." More

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Betws-yn-Rhos is a picturesque village in the County of Conwy, in the northern part of Wales, and is home to just over nineteen hundred people. It's positioned at the base of a mountain in a pretty valley, and dates far back into the history books to the Bronze Age Settlers who first moved here. Agriculture and fishing has been the main industry for centuries, although tourism takes its place today, walkers are drawn to the area which is surrounded by attractive countryside, hills and the dramatic Conwy Valley. A walk around the village will uncover pleasant houses, and cottages, and an impressive church that's dedicated to St Michael. The earlier church was dismantled and re-built in the 19th Century; the Victorian architecture is impressive and has two turrets which support a bell. It was once on an important coaching route that journeyed from Chester to Conwy, a legacy of which remains with the attractive 17th Century Inn, although it originates from the 13th Century when it first served ale, it still continues to look after travellers today, there's an interesting bar, and a village shop. This award winning village which is positioned a few miles from the coast has a good range of places to stay from cottages, farmhouses and B&B's, to chalets, and camp sites.


Hunters Hamlet Caravan Park


Stable Barn
The Farm House

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Wheatsheaf Inn


Betws Yn Rhos Controlled School

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Old Vicarage Cottage (0.05 miles)

Old Vicarage Cottage
Old Vicarage Cottage, is a beautiful cottage set in the centre of small village close to Snowdonia, Denbigh Moors, Conwy, Llandudno and coastal paths. Opposite 17th Century Coaching Inn. Pay and Play Golf Course, Tennis Courts ... More | visit website
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Ffarm Country House (0.18 miles)

Ffarm Country House

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A beautiful Grade II listed building dating back to 1706 set in two acres. Our seven bedrooms have been designed and furnished to a very high standard. All rooms have ... More

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Bron-Y-Wendon and Nant-Y-Glyn Luxury Cottages (3.02 miles)

Bron-Y-Wendon and Nant-Y-Glyn Luxury Cottages
A warm welcome awaits you in our luxury cottages. Situated overlooking the sea or in a picturesque valley, they offer the ultimate in self catering accommodation for 2 - 9 plus cots. The ... More | visit website
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The Bee Hotel (3.42 miles)

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A traditional Inn, found in the heart of traditional Welsh market Town Abergele. The Bee hotel boasts newly refurbished, tastefully decorated, spacious rooms as well as a well stocked bar ... More

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Lyndale Hotel (3.52 miles)

Lyndale Hotel

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Centrally situated near Old Colwyn village, with sea views, this homely hotel represents great value for money in an ideal location. The Lyndale Hotel is centrally situated as a base for both ... More

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Kinmel Manor (3.70 miles)

Kinmel Manor

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The Kinmel Manor Hotel is a family run hotel conveniently located just of the A55 set back within the rural surroundings of Abergele. The featured fireplace in the heart of ... More


Kinmel Arms (4.33 miles)

Kinmel Arms

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The Kinmel arms is a haven of rural tranquillity only a few 100 meters from the A55 with ready access to the coast, mountains and cwms of North Wales. In ... More

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Ellingham House (4.84 miles)

Ellingham House

Transformed from its late Victorian origins, Ellingham House, an elegant Victorian villa, was built in 1897 and has had a tip to toe refurbishment and now offers luxury bed and breakfast boutique style accommodation with ... More | visit website

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Red Lion Inn (5.10 miles)

Red Lion Inn

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A rural village inn. Formerly a coaching dating back to the 12th century, this familly run establishment offers comfortable accommodation at value-for-money prices.The well stocked bar plays host to some ... More

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Westpoint Hotel (5.18 miles)

Westpoint Hotel
The proprietors Mick & Jan guarantee you a very warm and friendly welcome at the west point hotel,all our bedrooms are en-suite with either a bath or a shower, all rooms have freeview TV and ... More | visit website

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