Snowdonia National Park Visitor Centre

  • Address: Royal Oak Stables, Betws-y-Coed LL24 0AH, UK, LL24 0AH, Llandudno, United Kingdom
  • Phone: +44-1690710426
  • Fax: +44-01690710665
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Tourist Center, Family And Kids, Travel, Tourist Information And Services, Landmarks

Located 5-minute away from top hotels, Snowdonia National Park Visitor Centre is an updated tourist information centre, opened 7 days a week. It has a small shop selling Welsh-crafted gifts, well convenient for the visitors. Housed in the former stables of the Royal Oak Hotel, the Snowdonia National Park Visitor Centre offers a huge 360-degree panoramic view of the top of Mount Snowdon. The staff members are very informative and there's plenty of guides/leaflets available. The Betws-y-Coed is one of the gateways to the national park, which was created in 1951. For those keen to explore more, the area between Betws-y-Coed and Beddgelert is the heart of the park.

  • Snowdonia National Park Visitor Centre Address: Royal Oak Stables, Betws-y-Coed LL24 0AH, UK, LL24 0AH, Llandudno, United Kingdom
  • Snowdonia National Park Visitor Centre Contact Number: +44-1690710426
  • Snowdonia National Park Visitor Centre Price: Free
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  • Website: http://www.eryri-npa.gov.uk
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  • 36.79% of people who visit Llandudno include Snowdonia National Park Visitor Centre in their plan

  • 35.14% of people start their Snowdonia National Park Visitor Centre visit around 4 PM - 5 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Snowdonia National Park Visitor Centre

Monday, Thursday and Saturday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Snowdonia National Park Visitor Centre

People normally club together Snowdonia National Park and Ceunant City Center while planning their visit to Snowdonia National Park Visitor Centre.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
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  • You can always tell when a visitor centre is well run. Located centrally helps footfall. For visitors.. staying locally and patronising the shops that need your business is great..try local walks to really experience the scenery and most importantly the keep fit opportunities!

  • Love the forest walk. We took the Blue path. Steep at parts but mostly it's a steady incline. Couldn't complete the path as one of our party was wearing shorts and we hit a nettle patch. We turned back after about 1.5hrs. Still very enjoyable as we were able to pick lots of juicy blackberries to make pies. We drove to Swallow Falls instead and pay £2 to view from a few vantage points. Nice :)

  • Gorgeous place to visit, so many walkers with four legs - the best kind - oh and the owners were nice too, this really is a bucket list place - such clean fresh air and amazing things to see - pubs and restaurants - they even serve doggy beer, Bernie the Golden Retriever was impressed

  • Lovely village well worth the visit. Plenty of shops, hotels, and eateries. Car parking is ample but when it's really busy you can struggle for a spot.. good night spot too.

  • This is a beautiful part of the world. Simply breathtaking. This is a place where you can relax and enjoy the countryside. There is a car park by the visitor centre and also there are many places of interest to visit within a few miles.

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