This lab will take you on a short walk through the scenic village of Betws-y-Coed, located within Snowdonia National Park. The first part of the name of the village comes from the Anglo-Saxon Old English word bedhus, meaning prayer house or oratory, this later became betws in Welsh and in welsh Coed translates to wood. The English name of the village is Prayer House in the Wood. The village is known for its beauty and I hope you enjoy this little tour of some of its sights.
There is a lot of pay and display parking around Betws-y-Coed, one of the largest car parks is located at the headline co-ordinates. There is potential limited free roadside parking near the Sappers Suspension Bridge stage of this lab trail.
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