Croeso i Garth! – Welcome to Garth!

A delightfully cosy and convenient property, only a minute’s walk from the famous Pont-Y-Pair Bridge (Bridge of the Cauldron) Built before 1475 and is the oldest bridge in the village. This original Estate owned workers cottage stands in the centre of Betws-Y-Coed, within the quieter conservation area known as Pentrefelin (Mill Village), gateway into Snowdonia National Park.

Garth is superbly ideal for a convenient stay attracting couples and families up to 4 Guests. With shops, restaurants and eateries an easy walk of 100 metres. Betws-Y-Coed is the gateway town into Snowdonia, and is the primary destination  place to explore and take advantage of what the town and surrounding area has to offer.  After a day out exploring  it’s a gentle minute’s stroll to one of our local establishment’s for a hearty meal and refreshing drink, or simply relax with our generous hamper!

Stylish and recently refurbished, Garth offers a mix of contemporary and traditional period features, including a refurbished kitchen ( Spring 2021), will all new appliances.  Latest TV and Sound bar, comfy sofas

Parking at Garth is both private and spacious with our new granite paved driveway and parking area, through 5 metre wide double country gates. Making it a rare hassle free experience and attractive option to leave the car. With so many attractions from the front door, including the famous Swallow Falls, Fairy Glen and the Rivers of Conwy, Llygwy and Lledr. There are travel options and routes by bicycle, train, sherpa bus and by foot – All will take you to new places to explore and support a sustainable low impact way to stay on holiday.

Betws-Y-Coed (known in English as Prayer House in the Woods) lies in a glacial bowl, heavily wooded with Forests, streams and waterfalls. It has drawn Artists, Writers, Photographers and attracts annual visitors from all around the globe. With its Alpine style architecture reflected in many of the Victorian buildings it has an appeal throughout the year. From the splendour of spring and autumn colours, the vibrancy greens of long summers and the magnificence of snow capped ranges in winter.

All of the attractions in North Wales are  relatively short journey by car. Visit the world famous Bodnant Gardens at Conwy, the world heritage Castle sites of Conwy, Harlech and Caernarfon. Take the little  highland train to the Summit of Snowdon, or wander the fascinating and romantic  Italianate Village of Portmeirion. There are Slate Caverns, Museums, Art Galleries and Food Centres,  golf courses and so much more!

Regardless of weather or season, the property enjoys a modern gas central heated system and a generous 7KW Log Burner, a real treat for those who long for cosy nights in front of a real fire! We even provide a courtesy basket of logs and lighting material.