Hand In Hand Heart

Woo Hoo! It’s nearly Valentine’s Day!

When is it? Valentine’s Day 2017  is on Tuesday 14th February.  Okay, so it’s not a weekend, but you could still celebrate in style with the choice of 2 weekends either side, or if you are lucky enough to have the time, why not book a few days to get loved up in the Welsh mountains?

boots Llyn glaslyn Conwy Castle

Your romantic break can start with  an afternoon arrival at Aberconwy House, settling into your comfortable room and strolling across the short cut to the village – you will definitely want to hold hands if you arrive in the dark (torches are provided) –  dinner at one of the local pubs or restaurants snuggled together soaking up the atmosphere and maybe a couple of glasses of something delicious.

llyn_elsi_1100 The Old Ship llyn-crafnant-3

Things to do to get those hearts pumping? A great hike up to Llyn Elsi our local lake or take a trip further afield to Trefriw and a walk to Llyn Crafnant and Llyn Geirionydd – lunch or a pint at The Old Ship in Trefriw is recommended where you can warm yourself next to the open fire.

mussels-large lamb whisky-and-hills

Romantic meals? Oh yes, great Welsh food – Conwy mussles, Welsh lamb and Welsh whisky are all waiting for you here in Betws-y-Coed.

So check out our availability and book direct with ourselves to ensure you get the room you want at the best prices by clicking here.

Worth booking that romantic dinner together in plenty of time, please see the recommendations below.

Book those restaurants now for the Saturday or Sunday night, we recommend the following:

The Ty Gwyn – traditional Welsh in characterful coaching inn

The Bistro Betws-y-Coed – traditional Welsh

The Pont-y-Pair – good pub grub

The Royal Oak – Llugwy restaurant