Bed & Breakfast

Mary's Court Guest House


Relax and enjoy the wonders of Snowdonia.

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Mary's Court ("Mairlys") is a beautiful four Star B&B ideally situated in the scenic village of Betws-y-Coed, the official Gateway to the 'Snowdonia National Park'. 

A gentle stroll will bring you to the hub of Betws-y-Coed, and to the public transport, amenities, forest trails and places to shop or eat.

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Mary's Court offers 7 bedrooms all with en-suite shower-rooms, TV's and tea and coffee making facilities. All are comfortable &quiet with the benefit of double glazing. Our rooms are furnished to a high standard and most have lovely views of the breath-taking scenery right outside the front door. You can also relax and unwind in our guest lounge, full of books, maps and general information on the surrounding area.

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We have been awarded 'Walkers' and 'Cyclists Welcome' accreditation by Visit Wales and can offer secure storage for your bikes and walking equipment, or if you prefer golf or fishing we can accommodate those too. We do offer off street private parking but street parking may be necessary at periods of high-occupancy.

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Mary's Court was built circa 1884, at the beginning of when Betws y Coed was thought of as a new fashionable beauty hot spot. The Victorians loved it - and artists and fishermen came in their droves.

 

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These days, Betws y Coed is still a beauty hot spot and the artists and fishermen still come. But we have so much more to offer, with the forest walking trails, mountain biking routes, a 9 hole golf course, pony trekking and a high rope course along with all the fabulous shops, cafes and restaurants.

Betws y Coed has its own mainline railway station which links us to both Llandudno Junction main line and Blaenau Ffestiniog where you can then join the Ffestiniog narrow gauge Railway.

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We are only half an hour from the Northern Coast with the lovely seaside town of Llandudno and the medieval walled town of Conwy with its fabulous Edward I castle.

Half an hour away from Snowdon itself with its numerous walks, beautiful lakeside railway and National Slate Museum. And for the thrill-seekers, Snowdonia is also home to the longest 'Zip-Wire' in Europe and all three Zip Word locations, plus Surf Snowdonia are less that 25 minutes away.

Spectacular, beautiful Betws-y-coed.

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