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Holyhead Road, Snowdonia National Park, Betws-y-Coed LL24 0AY Wales
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#15 of 15 Speciality lodging in Betws-y-Coed
Perfect for the “no fuss" and independant traveller. Rooms are available on a Room Only Rate or travellers can chose a discounted advance purchase B&B Hearty Full Welsh Breakfasts are served at The Grill Room in the Royal Oak Hotel just next door. With contemporary bedrooms & modern en-suite bathrooms, drying room, bike store, free Wifi and a lift The Stables Lodge is a great base after long days out exploring Snowdonia. Your adventure starts here!
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Maja wrote a review Aug 2020
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Arrive for dinner. Ran out of drinks we wanted. Grill room ok, menu is ?? But grilled options; meat all tasted lovely. Service slow. To get to stables lodges and back to main building had to walk outside and around (not nice when raining). Corridor smelled weird. Rooms were nice size, clean but one light was broken. Good space for unpacking if you need. Bathroom offers no hair products, bring own. Bad ventilation was misty and wet all night. Stables lodges have a view onto the car park and the car park can see you! Loud people, noisy cars till very late. Breakfast was disgusting. Very little choice and no garnishes (e.g ordered omlette which was just dry eggs no salad nothing) and were told everything was fresh but got old, hard croissants/buns and a muffin with a rubbed off eat by date?!.. I wonder why... Confronted the same waitress who assured us food is fresh; she laughed, unable to answer and ran away. We had to shout her back for sugar, salt, butter, missing toast which was never on table and not given when breakfast/drinks came. Went away disappointed and hungry. Came back to Y stables next door and had much better experience (food).
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
mickthemunch wrote a review Aug 2019
Bedfordshire43 contributions60 helpful votes
I was looking for somewhere to stay for two nights while my son and I did some local walks, including up Snowden summit. Betws-y-coed tends not to be a cheap place because it is a big tourist spot, however I was pleased with the room only rate I booked this for. The room is one of several in an adjacent building to the Royal Oak Hotel (where you check in) and is also run by the hotel but has a separate website. Entry is by way of an access card via a foyer next to the Stables Bar and and restaurant and the rooms spread along the top of the parade of outdoor clothes shops. There is a lift or stairs and I found a drying room downstairs which could be useful. There is free parking in the hotel car park and you are given a permit to put on your dashboard when booking in. Spaces may be difficult to find when busy during the day but we were always ok. Booking was room only but you can book breakfast in the Royal Oak Hotel for £10 a person. Our room had two single beds. Very firm and comfortable and with double quilts on so they were very snuggly after a hard days walking. There was a small TV, free WiFi which was a decent speed, tea/coffee facilities and a hairdryer. The shower/bath was clean and perfectly passable. There is heating via radiators ( not tried or needed during out visit) but no air conditioning. The room was clean and comfortable and serviced daily. It was quiet enough when needed but other guests noise did travel well during the comings and goings. The Stables pub stops operating by 10 pm so there was not any late night noise. In short, it was just about right for a couple of nights short stay. We booked breakfast for one morning. A full Welsh Breakfast which also included a small buffet of juices, toast, croissants etc. Lovely staff produced a large pot of coffee for the two of us, and it was proper ground coffee. Tea was being served the same in large pots. The “Full Welsh” was nicely cooked and presented but was a bit sparse. One sausage, one rasher of bacon, one egg, four mushrooms, beans, tomato and black pudding. It would have been nice to have had a couple of sausages and rashers of bacon for the £10 it cost and I think the phrase “Full” is perhaps a little over stated. However, what we had was nice and luckily we were not too hungry. In the evening we ate in the Stables Bar, by the entrance to the rooms and also part of the hotel. I will review on its own review page but our food there was good and plentiful. There are plenty of other eating options and the fish and chip shop just up the road by the village falls is well worth a visit. Overall, great location for visiting the area. Convenient for food, ale and parking. Comfortable and clean and reasonable value. Given four stars for the breakfast and because it is best for short stays.
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
hallparty wrote a review Apr 2019
wales15 contributions28 helpful votes
Had a lovely stay at this hotel.. attached to the Royal Oak hotel.. lovely spot.. fab food available here..staff very friendly and polite.. well done..will be returning very soon.. lovely spot to get into the Main Street and a short walk to the bridge over looking the river.. room cleaned daily and coffee/tea making facilities replenished daily.
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Date of stay: April 2019
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Frequently Asked Questions about Stables Lodge
Which popular attractions are close to Stables Lodge?
Nearby attractions include St. Michael's Old Church (0.3 km), St. Mary's Church (0.06 km), and Conwy Valley Railway Museum & Model Shop (0.2 km).
Is parking available at Stables Lodge?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Stables Lodge?
Conveniently located restaurants include Hangin' Pizzeria, Olif, and Alpine Coffee Shop.
Is Stables Lodge located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.1 km away from the centre of Betws-y-Coed.
Are there any historical sites close to Stables Lodge?
Many travellers enjoy visiting St. Michael's Old Church (0.3 km), Ty Mawr Wybrnant (5.8 km), and Gorsedd Stone Circle (5.4 km).