St Curig’s Church

Accommodation, Guest House / B&Bs in Betws-y-Coed

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St Curig’s Church


St Curig’s Church is a quirky and wonderful self-catering property which in quiet periods also offers Bed & Breakfast. It’s probably true to say that there’s nowhere else quite like Mountain Church in North Wales. Ancient and modern stylishly combine in this beautiful home set within a 19th century church in the mountain village of Capel Curig. Where else can you sleep beneath a carved stone pulpit, enjoy a hot tub under the stars or play table tennis beneath a fabulous 19th century mosaic ceiling? And all with lovely views of Snowdonia’s mountains from every window. And as well as a peaceful retreat in the heart of Snowdonia, St Curig’s Church is also a fantastic venue for outdoorsy stag or hen weekends. Please don’t hesitate to contact us to discuss your needs.

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Capel Curig ,
Betws-y-Coed, Gwynedd , LL24 0EN



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Nearby Attractions

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Llyn Crafnant Lakeside Cafe & Fishery

Fish for Trout in Natural Surroundings in a Stunning North Wales ValleyLlyn Crafnant is one of the most beautiful and unspoilt spots in North Wales,

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Walking in Snowdonia

A short walk to Cwm Idwal followed by a demanding ascent to a high peak on the Glyders known as Y Garn. The descent passes just below the notorious Devil's


Walking in Conwy Valley & Denbighshire

Trefriw can be accessed from Conwy along the B5106. Trefriw is famous for the Woollen Mill which still weaves cloth today and exports all over the world.- well worth a

Nearby Eating Out

Ty Hyll The Ugly House TMB

Tŷ Hyll - The Ugly House

Shrouded in mystery, Ty Hyll (the Ugly House) is some 3 miles west of Betws-y-Coed, on the A5 towards Capel Curig.Its origins allegedly go back to 1475,

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Chandlers Brasserie

Arwel is fluent in the Welsh Language & was born in the village of Trefriw. He is a well-established Local Chef with 32yrs experience and a large local trade following.

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Tu Hwnt i’r Bont Tearoom

For visitors to North Wales generally (and the Conwy Valley, Betws-y-Coed in particular), Tu Hwnt I’r Bont is itself, in this idyllic setting, an obvious ‘must see’ tourist attraction;