Visitors to Betws y Coed can find anything from a quick sandwich, an all-day breakfast or a delicious 3 course mea. Betws y Coed is the gateway to Snowdonia in a valley close to the meeting points of the River Conwy, River Llugwy and River Lledr, and is also within the Gwydyr Forest. A centre for outdoor activities of all kinds, it has a large village green which is surrounded by shops, hotels, cafés, a museum and the railway station. With a number of attractions such as a 14th century church, the local waterfalls and the Miners Bridge.
The restaurant has won the Rural Conwy Business 'Eating Out' award and has been honoured to be selected to participate in the Blas Cambrian Taste Project supported by the Welsh Assembly Government and Visit Wales. This initiative promotes forr and drink businesses along the Cambrian Way that showcase the produce of Wales.