Betws-y-Coed

The name Betws or Bettws is generally thought to be derived from the Anglo-Saxon Old English 'bed-hus' - a house of prayer, or oratory.

Attractions in the village include the Miners Bridge and the fourteenth century church of St. Michael, which is the origin of the name Betws.

Scenic walks abound ... follow the river Llugwy which flows through the village. Conwy River provides further attractions including the Fairy Glen, the Conwy Fish pass and waterfalls including the Conwy Falls. The Pont-y-Pair Falls are in the centre of the village, and nearby are the famous Swallow Falls.

 

12 °C


Clouds, broken clouds


Wind3.01 m/s
Cloudiness80 %
Temperature (min/max)12/13 °C
Pressure1007 hpa
Humidity97 %
Last update: 29 May 2024 @ 07:29

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