Walk4Nepal is a local event held by Alex Staniforth on 24th April 2016, Alex (a local self titled “Adversity Adventurer”) has taken his time to support PHASE WORLDWIDE, a charity that is supporting victims of the Nepal earthquake which tragically took thousands of lives last year.
Following on from Visit Wales’ designation as 2016 being the Year of Adventure – they’ve comissioned artist Anthony Garratt – a highly renowned contemporary landscape painter, to develop four installations accross Snowdonia from April until November 2106.
Well we knew we couldnt keep it a secret for much longer and would have to share our incredible land – but this time we’ve gone global….. Sitting alongside Nepal, Kenya, Cuba and Sri Lanka to name a few – Wales comes in at no 8 of the top countires to visit in 2016 by […]
Yet another fabulous New Years Eve at the Oak ….. Huge thanks to Creak’n’Twist for making the evening pop with the amazing balloon modelling
We’ve an Extreme Adventure Competition running on our Facebook Page…. Tickets for the Go Below Xtreme Trip are like gold dust at the moment and we’ve got two you can get your hands on!
1815 – 2015 Bicentenial celebration of the building of the Waterloo Bridge on the 20th and 21st June 2015 the village will be awash with celebrations as the team at the Waterloo Hotel bring you an extravaganza of festivities!
Well what an amazing December it was! To all of you who visited Betws-y-Coed last month we hope it proved to be seasonally magical and left you with lots of festive memories 🙂
Murder Mystery Dinner if your looking for the ultimate Christmas celebration join us on 29th November 2014 for a who-dunnit Oak style…
So spring has re-emerged and there are primroses, catkins, buds and greenery shooting up everywhere…………. we love it 🙂 To give you a taste of what Betws-y-Coed has to offer this month take a short or long walk right from the heart of the village and discover new worlds bursting into life!