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How to get to Capel Curig
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Capel Curig tourist information and accommodation guide - hotels, guest houses, bed & breakfast, camp sites and self catering cottages, shops, places to eat, outdoor pursuits, attractions and much more
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The village of Capel Curig is on the A5 some five miles west of Betws-y-Coed - the following gives information on how to get to Capel Curig whilst detail locations of the various hotels, shops, camp sites etc listed on this site are provided on each web page

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By Road

From the North :
take the M56 and then onto the A55 North Wales Freeway until reaching the Betws-y-Coed turn off exit
take A470 to Betws-y-Coed
take A5 through Betws for about 5 miles


From the South:
various options are available whether or not time is a factor - the scenic route is to follow the A5 from Chirk through LLangollen to Betws-y-Coed and on to Capel Curig
It can be quicker leaving the M6 at junction 16 and then via Nantwich and Tarporley to get on to the A55 near Chester and follow the "northern" route above


By Rail

Llandudno Junction is the nearest main line station to Capel Curig with connections along the local line to Betws-y-Coed - both are linked by bus to Capel Curig

By Bus

Capel Curig is quite well served by bus services from all over North Wales, particularly during the summer months. Additionally there is the "Snowdon Sherpa" which links Capel to the whole of Snowdonia - particularly useful for walkers wishing to use Capel as a base for exploring the region

For more information on local and regional bus and rail services ring TRAVELINE CYMRU on 0871 200 22 33
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