Darllenwch yn Gymraeg
Food and drink…
Wales is fast becoming known as a gastronomy delight; it’s the quality of the food and drink, the range and its local provenance which creates a wonderful gastronomic experience.
Here in Betws-y-Coed and the surrounding areas we have a rich array of modern and traditional establishments to suit everyone’s tastes and at different times of the day, or maybe you simply want to treat yourself or buy a gift for others.
Our food is often prepared with locally sourced ingredients such as: mussels from Conwy, award winning yoghurts from Denbigh, salt from the Isle of Anglesey, ale from the Llanrwst breweries, and succulent meat from the butchers in Trefriw and Llanrwst.
If you’re doing a day’s hiking or cycling and need a fresh packed lunch, then there are a number of places in Betws-y-Coed where you can buy one. If you’re absorbing the delights of the area and want to stop somewhere for lunch or afternoon tea, then we’ve teashops in Llanrwst, Trefriw, Betws-y-Coed and even on the foothills of Snowdon. All serve items such as homemade soups, freshly prepared sandwiches and home-baked cakes. Why not treat yourself to a mug of hot chocolate and warm Bara Brith?
If you’d like to buy some of our delectable produce direct from the locals, then visit the market in Llanrwst on a Tuesday or the Farmer’s market in Llanrwst, which takes place every 3rd Saturday each month from 9-2pm.
From quality pub grub, cafe-style food, fish and chips, vegetarian food and award-winning fine dining, all are available in Betws-y-Coed and the surrounding villages, seven days a week.
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Welsh Cakes and Bara Brith
Tea by the river