The Pen y Gwryd Hotel
By visiting cafés, pubs and restaurants in Snowdonia (Eryri) you are supporting the local economy.
Note that Hafod Eryri, Snowdon’s summit building, is only open in high season. (Follow the link to see exact dates.)
- The Halfway House on the Llanberis Path sells refreshments in the season (usually from Easter onwards).
- Pen y Ceunant Isaf café is passed near the bottom of the Llanberis Path.
- The Snowdon Mountain Railway station sells refreshments from their Platform Grill (when trains are running).
Pen y Pass (Pyg & Miners’ Tracks)
- The Gorphwysfa café at Pen y Pass is open seasonally.
- Mallory’s Café & Bar at the YHA hostel over the road is usually open throughout the year.
- Caffi Gwynant is on the roadside at the foot of the Watkin Path, and is open seasonally.
Rhyd Ddu Path
- The Cwellyn Arms pub is in the village of Rhyd Ddu (just ⅓ mile from the Rhyd Ddu path). (Rhyd Ddu on Google maps)
- There are plenty of places to eat and drink in Llanberis. (Llanberis on Google maps)
Nant Peris (Park & Ride)
- The Vaynol Arms pub is close to the Park & Ride at Nant Peris. (Nant Peris on Google Maps)
Pen y Gwryd
- The Pen y Gwryd pub is a mile down the road from Pen y Pass (towards Capel Curig). (Pen y Gwryd on Google maps)
- There are places to eat and drink in the village of Beddgelert (3 miles from the Watkin and Rhyd Ddu Paths). (Beddgelert on Google maps)
- Capel Curig is 5 miles from Snowdon, on the A5. There are several pubs, Plas y Brenin (the National Mountain Centre) has a restaurant and bar, and there is also the award-winning Siabod café. (Capel Curig on Google maps)
Betws y coed
- There are plenty of places to eat and drink in Betws y coed, 10 miles from Snowdon on the A5. (Betws y coed on Google maps)