Culinary Delights in Eryri / Snowdonia: Top Spots to Eat and Drink near Betws Y Coed

Located in the heart of North Wales, Eyri/Snowdonia National Park is well-known for its breathtaking landscapes, exciting outdoor activities, and, of course, its delightful culinary scene. Just a stone’s throw away from the picturesque village of Betws Y Coed, there are numerous dining establishments offering an array of delicious food and drinks. Let’s explore some of the top places to indulge your taste buds when you’re in the area:

Ty Gwyn: With a picturesque setting opposite the banks of the Conwy River, Ty Gwyn is renowned for its traditional Welsh cuisine and warm, cosy atmosphere. Enjoy hearty dishes made from locally sourced ingredients, complemented by an excellent selection of wines and ales and only a 10 minute walk from Aberconwy House.

The Royal Oak: There is something for everyone at the Royal Oak. Its an iconic destination in Betws Y Coed. It serves traditional British cuisine with a modern twist in the Grill room or traditional pub food in Yr Stablau. With locally sourced ingredients and a relaxed, comfortable setting, it’s the perfect spot for a leisurely lunch or a sumptuous dinner.

Hangin Pizzeria: A favourite among locals and tourists alike, Hangin Pizzeria offers the best pizza in Betws Y Coed. Beautiful authentic Italian Pizza bursting with flavours and green credentials served in uniquely styled surroundings. An impressive selection of craft beers and ales. With a friendly atmosphere and a great spot to catch the last of the evening sun, it’s a perfect stop after a day exploring Snowdonia.

Alpine Coffee Shop: For the tea and coffee aficionados, this unique café offers a delightful range of cakes, sandwiches, and a huge variety of teas. The sister business to the pizzeria is located by the train platform. A great spot for lunch!

Olif: If you’re looking for a special meal to celebrate a birthday or anniversary, then Olif is the place to go. Serving Welsh Tapas using local ingredients and locally made craft beers, wines and gins. A lovely atmosphere and beautiful food is served in this charming restaurant in the heart of the village.

Glan Aber Hotel: Great selection of local drinks served in this homely and unpretentious venue, The Glan Aber serves pub classics as well as Sunday Roasts and evening meals in the restaurant. The bar area has a juke box and pool table to entertain, and often has live music too.

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