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Inns in Betws-y-Coed

Lion Inn
North Wales

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The Lion Inn is set in the picturesque village of Gwytherin through which the River Cledwen flows. It is a quiet place, off the beaten track and a peaceful and pleasant environment for those looking for somewhere relaxing away from the pressures of today's hectic lifestyle.

Available at the Lion Inn are 6 cosy en-suite bedrooms. This luxury North Wales bed and breakfast has been beautifully and tastefully refurbished to a high standard complementing the character of this 16th Century Inn, providing comfortable accommodation at good value prices. No two rooms are identical, each has individual style and have been refurbished with home comforts; sumptuous beds with colourful, hand-woven, traditional Welsh throws. This accommodation in North Wales allows you to enjoy the peace of the countryside, while being close to Snowdonia, Betws y Coed and the attractions of North Wales.

Relax in comfort, listen to the birdsong and enjoy the gentle country quiet in this deeply rural spot. All of the bedrooms have a charming country outlook, with one room sporting its own balcony where guests can admire the view and watch the hares in the field and the Red Kites gliding aloft.

All the rooms have DVD players with free use of our extensive collection of films, tea and coffee making facilities and heated towel rails. The Lion Inn is the perfect destination for anyone who wants to find somewhere special for a weekend break, a night away or longer. Accommodation at The Lion Inn is available all year round.

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