Welcome to Maes-y-Garth B&B...
Situated in a quiet area of Betws-y-Coed, Snowdonia, North Wales Maes-y-Garth 5* guest house offers bed and breakfast accommodation with stunning views of the surrounding mountains.
Maes-y-Garth is a beautiful alpine style guest house set in two acres of land on the lower slope of Lon Muriau offering guests panoramic views of the Conwy and Llugwy valley and the picturesque village of Betws-y-Coed known as the gateway to Snowdonia.
Tracey and Stefan provide a warm welcome to their bed and breakfast which they tastefully renovated to the highest standard for 2012 with the pleasure and comfort of their guests in mind.
Maes-y-Garth has 5 ensuite guest bedrooms: 2 super king doubles / twins one with balcony and one with a patio, 2 doubles and 1 super king plus single / 3 singles. All were newly decorated in 2012 and have a contemporary feel. All rooms have ensuite facilities, central heating, remote control TV/DVD, Wi-Fi, well stocked beverage tray, alarm clock, hairdryer, complimentary toiletries. There is also a central fridge for guest use, an iron and ironing board are available on request as are packed lunches.
Breakfast is served in the dining room which has individual tables for each room and striking views of the Conwy valley. Double French doors lead onto a balcony for guests to enjoy outdoor dining should they desire. The view from here is truly magnificent and if you can tear yourself away Snowdonia is waiting.
For guests peace of mind there is private parking and a lockable garage for motorbikes, bicycles and kayaks. There is also drying facilities should the need arise.
The centre of Betws-y-Coed is a pleasant 5-10 minute stroll away and has a wide selection of restaurants and pubs to choose from.
Maes-y-Garth bed and breakfast in Betws-y-Coed is surrounded by dramatic scenery, beautiful lakes, waterfalls and mountains including Snowdon the highest mountain in Wales. This central location in North Wales makes Maes-y-Garth the ideal place to stay to explore all of Snowdonia and North Wales.