Hotels in Betws-y-Coed

Best Western Waterloo Hotel
North Wales

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Set at the edge of the picture postcard village of Betws-y-Coed amidst the remarkable beauty of the National Park. Complete with leisure centre and indoor pool - The Waterloo Hotel makes ideal base to explore the beautiful countryside and North Wales Coast. A premier North Wales Hotel, The Best Western Waterloo Hotel with hotel and lodge style rooms is set in the beautiful picture postcard village of Betws-y-coed which makes us the ideal base to explore Snowdonia's magnificent mountains, stunning passes and beautiful coastline, either on foot or by car, along with the numerous alternative attractions in the area.

All guests receive full complimentary membership of the Leisure Centre. Enjoy our 12.6m heated indoor pool, children's splash pool, jacuzzi, steam room and a well equipped gym. Facilites also include coin opperated solarium. Or book an appointment with the indipendant qualified masseuse / reflexologist. We receive numerous compliments from guests about our food, The Waterloo offers so many choices. Our traditional Restaurant uses the finest local ingredients including black beef, lamb and seafood. Our cellar offers and excellent selection of wine or beer to accompany your meal. Children's menus are available everywhere we offer food. Hotel facilities include a la Carte Restaurant, contemporary furbished Bridge 1815 Bar an Grill and an extensive Leisure Centre with indoor heated swimming pool, jacuzzi, sauna, steam room and a well equipped gymnasium. For extra luxury pre-bookable - sport /de-stress massages, aromatherapy sessions, manicures and pedicure which are priced individually -can be made with the independent therapist.


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