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Ty Newydd Guest House

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Our Location

Ty Newydd Guest House is based just 9 miles away from junction 19 on the A55 express way. That means we’re convenient to access no matter where you’re traveling from. We’re also located a mere 4 miles from the A5 at Betws-Y-Coed. With easy access from both main travel routes, we’re sure you’ll find us easy and hassle-free to locate.

Places of Interest

Our guest house is home to breathtaking surroundings and fascinating areas of interest. Some of the most popular are listed for your convenience.

Trefriw

Trefriw is a quaint, unspoilt village within Snowdonia National Park’s beautiful Conwy Valley. The village is close to Betws-y-Coed and features beautiful views of the surrounding mountains, as well as Conwy River. Trefriw is famous for its old Roman spa, as well as the Woollen Mills. Nearby, you’ll find lakes for fishing and water sports. Plus, there are many mountain walks within a short distance. Friendly village pubs and restaurants with a genial atmosphere are all available, right on our doorstep.

Snowdonia

Snowdonia National Park covers 823 square miles of the most beautiful, unblemished countryside in all of North Wales. It is an area where people live and work, but also where thousands come to relax and partake in a wide range of leisure activities.

Mountains, lakes, woodlands, and valleys – this is what Snowdonia National Park means to most people. Yet, this exciting area of North West Wales has even more to offer. History and culture abounds throughout this storied, fascinating area. As Welsh is the mother tongue of 65% of Snowdonia’s population, you’re sure to hear this wonderful, unique language in action when you visit.

The dramatic landscape of Snowdonia is a tapestry that reflects the history of our area. From Stone Age burial chambers to Roman forts, churches, castles, slate quarries, and other industrial works, there are plenty of enthralling places to visit during your stay.

Snowdonia is also renowned internationally for its geology. In the 19th century, investigations into some of the world’s oldest rock formations took place in Snowdonia.

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