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Flights to Betws –y-Coed will take you to another world, where nature serves up all she has to offer to you on a plate. There are mountains to climb, hills to hike, rivers to idle by, forests to shelter in and fish to catch. This beautiful village has been inspiring artists for years now and it can inspire you today.
Situated on the fringes of Snowdonia National Park, and known as the gateway to Snowdonia, the nearest airport to Betws-y-Coed is Anglesey Airport. It is only 40 miles away from the village but this small airport offers flights from just two destinations (Cardiff or Norwich) so it is not likely to be a convenient choice for many.
Flights to Liverpool John Lennon Airport leave you with 80 miles to cover before you arrive at your rural retreat, but you didn’t expect to get away from it all to a destination slap-bang next to a major airport did you?
Actually with a car rental you can expect to cover this journey to Betws-y-Coed in little over an hour and a half using the A55. You can book your car rental through Expedia before your flight and pick your car up at the airport as soon as you have landed. You’ll find it indispensable for a quick getaway to your rural getaway, and for exploring all the Snowdonia National Park has to offer.
By heading for James Street Station in Liverpool it is possible to get to nearby Conwy by train and be in Betws-y-Coed in around three and a half hours.
The journey to Betws-y-Coed from Manchester is about 90 miles by road, using the M56 and A55. Again by car this should not take you too long, between an hour and a half and two hours depending on traffic conditions.
From the airport you can walk to the train station and, after a few changes and a three hour journey you can arrive at Llandudno Junction where a taxi or bus can drop you at your ultimate destination.
Both Manchester and Liverpool offer hotels near to the airports should you wish to stay and explore these lively cities before you head out to the natural attractions of Betws-y-Coed.
Both airports also offer dining options, refreshment facilities, shops, ATMs and money changing facilities.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport offers flights from six airlines to and from a variety of European destinations. Manchester Airport is much bigger, serving nearly 60 airlines that fly to over 200 destinations.
Between the flights available that land at Liverpool or Manchester it is possible to book a flight to Betws-y-Coed from destinations all around the globe.
If you’re taking a domestic or Irish flight these are available from London Heathrow, Cork, Belfast International, Belfast City, Derry, Dublin, Knock, Aberdeen, Glasgow (International), Inverness, Edinburgh, Newquay, Bournemouth, Exeter, Southampton and the Isle of Man.