This picturesque village is nestled between steep mountain slopes and
Beddgelert has been welcoming visitors for hundreds of years and boasts a range of amenities including many shops, pubs and cafes, a church, and a children's play area all within easy walking distance of Coed Gelert.
There are several gift shops, art galleries and craft workshops. The general store, Emrys House has everyday groceries and Post Office facilities.
The pubs, cafes and bistros in the village provide a range of eating options. The pizzeria & ice cream parlour is always popular, producing locally made prize-winning ice cream.
Coed Gelert has private access, across open National Trust land to
Other attractions in the village include St Mary's Church, National Trust property Craflwyn Hall and Sygun Copper mine.
For those wanting to enjoy the natural beauty of the surrounding
Cycle hire is also available and there are several trails through Beddgelert Forest.
The Snowdon Sherpa bus service stops within a few yards of Coed Gelert and provides simple and easy access to other areas of the National Park.
The nearest town to Beddgelert is Portmadog, 8 miles away. Rich in
Discover more about Beddgelert and the surrounding area at the Tourist Information Centre (TIC), directly opposite Coed Gelert or go to
Also see: Activities & Attractions