Things to Do in Snowdonia and North Wales from this Campsite nr Betws-y-Coed

view from the campsite with moel siabod in snowdonia in background

View towards Moel Siabod

Rynys Farm Campsite is located just 2 miles from the popular village of Betws-y-Coed in the Snowdonia National Park. The campsite is south facing, has marvellous views of the mountains and down the Machno Valley, and is ideal for:

  • lakes and mountains of Snowdonia National Park
  • local walking, climbing and mountain biking
  • historic castles and monuments
  • ... or just relaxing on the site

From the map below you can see that the campsite is an excellent base from which to explore Snowdonia and the rest of North Wales.

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Things To Do and Places To Visit around this Campsite in Betws-y-Coed

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capel garmon burial chamber

Burial Chamber

Llyn Idwal

Cwm Idwal, Snowdonia

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The camping site is centrally located for touring North Wales, and is within easy reach of many attractions for both adults and children. Walkers are particularly well catered for with the nearby peaks of Snowdonia, and there are numerous walks from the campsite itself, including the Machno Falls and the neolithic burial chamber at Capel Garmon. Fishing is available locally.

Bike storage facilities are available for mountain bikers, and there are mountain bike trails locally at the Penmachno and Gwydir Trails. Both can be reached by pedal power without the need to take the car.

There are many things to do and shops to visit in Betws-y-Coed. There are many outdoor equipment shops in the village, often with sale areas, so you might be able to grab a bargain. There are numerous places to eat in the village, and the Conwy Falls Cafe is just at the bottom of the lane to the campsite.

There are many steam railways to visit including the Snowdon Mountain Railway, the Welsh Highland Railway, and Ffestiniog Railway, and historic castles at Conwy, Caernarfon and Dolwyddelan. The world renowned Bodnant Garden (National Trust) is just down the valley on the road to Llandudno.

If you fancy a day at the seaside the Victorian resort of Llandudno to the north, and the sandy beaches of Cardigan Bay in Snowdonia and the Lleyn Peninsula to the west are well worth a trip.

To help you plan your journey, and see where Rynys Farm Campsing Site is located, see the Find Us page for location map and route planner.

Contact Details

For more information, or to request a booking please contact us (include your name, address and phone number in any email enquiries please):

Carol & Gareth Williams, Rynys Farm, nr Betws-y-Coed,
Snowdonia, North Wales. LL26 ORU. UK

Tel : 01690 710218  e-mail :  Satnav : always read the find us page