Snowdonia Mountain Lodge
Snowdonia Mountain Lodge


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Postcode: LL57 | code search
Population: 4000
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The North Wales town of Bethesda sits astride the A5 that links Bangor and Betws-y-Coed, much of it built on steeply sloping streets that presage the Carneddau Mountains forming a scenic backdrop to the east. Named for one of the revivalist chapels that still dot the townscape, Bethesda was built on and (in part) of slate, though nature provided stone for building here too. The local slate was considered of particularly high quality, its blue-green sheen so prized that it was exported worldwide via Bangor. When quarrying was at its height the population of the town was more than twice today’s figure of roughly 4,000, but some of the amenities from that period remain – it can claim 10 pubs for example. This is very much Welsh Wales, with three in four of the population speaking the language. Visitors are drawn to the area because of the easy access to Snowdonia, with Anglesey also only a short drive away west along the dualled A55, and the resorts of Conwy and Llandudno about 30 minutes away in the opposite direction. But there is no need to venture far to enjoy some fantastic scenery - the Nant Ffrancon Valley, at whose foot Bethesda stands, provides beautiful landscapes and good walking on the town’s doorstep.


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Travelodge Bangor (2.66 miles)

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Abbeyfield Hotel (2.72 miles)

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In its several centuries of existence, this hotel has been a coaching inn, a farmhouse, and since 1968, a privately owned hotel.

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Albion Hotel (4.16 miles)

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Garden Hotel (4.19 miles)

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The Management Centre (4.39 miles)

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Located right in the heart of Bangor University, adjacent to the existing Business School and dating back to the early 1900’s, The Management Centre is an array of five splendid ... More

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Baytree Lodge (4.42 miles)

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Eryl Mor (4.59 miles)

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The Eryl Mor Hotel is situated in an unrivaled position within Bangor. Comfortable family-run hotel overlooking Menai Strait and Snowdonia. Golfing packages are a speciality. The Eryl Mor, which means ... More

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