Betws –y – Coed, situated only 4 miles from Trefriw and Llanwrst, is probably the best known village in Snowdonia National Park with visitors attracted from around the world, a trend started by the Victorians with the arrival of the railways.
- Swallow Falls
- Railway Station with miniature railway, shop and cafe
- Outdoor clothes shops
- Pubs, cafes, restaurants
- River Conwy meets its three tributaries from the west, the Llugwy, the Lledr and the Machno
- 14 Century St Michaels Church