Find Us

By Road

Betws-y-coed is located on the main A5 trunk road through North Wales.
Use the map below or put postcode LL24 0AA into your sat-nav.


By Rail

There is a railway station in Betws-y-Coed,
use station code BYC at National Rail Enquiries



You will find a huge variety of accommodation in and around Betws-y-coed - hotels, guest houses, bed and breakfasts, self-catering, camping, and caravanning. To enquire about accommodation we recommend you visit Betws-y-coed and District Tourism Association


Car Parking

If you are travelling to the event by car you will find ample parking around the village in the following locations:

Waterloo Hotel
On your left as you enter Betws-y-Coed from Llangollen direction.

Station Road
Located in the centre of Betws-y-Coed, includes marked disabled bays.

Snowdonia National Park Car Park
(end of Station Road)
This very large car park includes marked disabled bays on the left hand side as you enter, behind the Tourist Information Centre.

St Mary’s Church
Located in the centre of Betws-y-Coed.

Royal Oak/Cotswold Outdoor
Located in the centre of Betws-y-Coed.

Located at the top of the village across Pont-y-Pair bridge, includes marked disabled bays.



This brief guide to accessibility around the village was written by one of the event organisers who is a full-time wheelchair user, and is intended for general guidance. If you have any specific questions please contact us and we will try to assist.

In general the village is very accessible to wheelchair users with most of the shops and restaurants able to offer access to most of their floorspace, despite many of the buildings being of Victorian origin. Proprietors and staff are friendly and generally happy to help if you need assistance.

Car Parking
Chargeable and free parking is available in several locations around the village and in most car parks there are a number of disabled spaces. Be aware that the overflow car park at the end of station road and St Mary’s Church car park can be difficult to negotiate in a wheelchair due to their concrete surfaces which have large holes to allow drainage.

Public disabled toilets are located at Station Road and Pont-y-Pair car parks.

Getting Around
Most areas of Betws-y-Coed can be negotiated quite easily in a wheelchair, with dropped kerbs at virtually all crossing points. In one or two places the pavement is uneven or cobbled, but these areas are small and easily negotiable with a little care. There is a lovely riverside accessible raised walkway starting from Pont-y-Pair Bridge car park at the north end of the village.