Holidays in Beddgelert, Snowdonia, North Wales
Beddgelert is undoubtedly Snowdonia’s loveliest village. A place of legend, culture and history; yet rich with activities, adventures and attractions. It is a beautiful place to visit, and an event better place to stay for a holiday.
We extend a very warm welcome to all our visitors. People leave Beddgelert with a lifetime of memories, and many return year after year. There’s a long tradition of hospitality in these parts – after all Beddgelert has been welcoming visitors for hundreds of years!
The village, in keeping with its location in the Snowdonia National Park, is picturesque and unspoilt. Small and friendly, it boasts a full range of amenities, including quality hotels, great guesthouses, B&B and self-catering accommodation, camp sites and glamping, bunk houses, shops, arts and crafts, great restaurants, traditional pubs and a busy calendar of events.
The beautiful Aberglaslyn Pass and the Nant Gwynant valley are near-by neighbours. Wooded vales, rocky slopes and mountain lakes fill the surrounding countryside. And what a countryside it is; with scenery activities, attractions, history and culture for all.
Welcome to Beddgelert! We look forward to seeing you.
What's on in Beddgelert?
After the service we invite you to stay for mulled wine & mince pies in the Canon Francis Room
Feast and FREE Film
Following the success of the Silent Movie evening, with the rather intimate atmosphere of the 8-foot wide screen and vintage black and white, we move on a century, into colour, cinema sound and widescreen on the giant 7-metre (23-foot) screen for full-length feature films. After years of planning, St Mary‟s Church will switch on the heated pew cushions (but not too warm, this time!) & welcome everyone to an evening of great entertainment without having to travel far or pay normal admission prices.
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“Discovering Old Welsh Houses in the historical setting
On Wednesday 16th January 2017 Margaret Dunn will be speaking on “Discovering Old Welsh Houses in the historical setting” & giving the results of recent work at 7:30 pm in the Nantgwynant Community Hall. Admission: £2. All welcome. We hope to follow this up with a summer visit.
More copies of our winter programme are now available from the committee, at Emrys House & from the secretary.