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Alison Bradley Gallery
Betws-y-coed LL24 0AB
“A tranquil and relaxing space where customers are always made to feel welcome and never pressured.”
Note - Betws-y-coed hours valid to 20-Jul-2019, after this we move to Chester only
We are open 11:00am to 4:00pm Thursday to Sunday.
Our Betws-y-coed gallery opens 11:00am to 5:00pm on Saturdays.
Monday-Wednesday opening by appointment only (we may open on some busier days - please call before travelling).
Closing time may vary by up to one hour in quiet or busy periods, and the gallery may close in the event of severe weather, etc. Due to the nature of the geography in North Wales this may include times when Betws-y-coed is clear but staff are unable to travel safely due to severe weather. We will usually post a notice on this website and our Facebook page when opening hours need to change, but please call if you are travelling any distance.
We will be closed on Christmas Day, Boxing Day, and Remembrance Sunday.
We usually close early on Christmas Eve & New Year’s Eve, and open late on New Year’s Day.
Both our galleries display a range of Alison's original oil paintings, original charcoal drawings, and reproduction prints. New original work is introduced every few weeks - to be kept informed of new releases please subscribe to our newsletters via the form at the bottom of the page.
Dog owners please note that well behaved dogs are always very welcome at the Gallery.
For accommodation in and around Betws-y-coed, please visit:
If you are visiting Betws-y-coed, we have a downloadable village map.
By Road from the North
From the North of England follow the A55 to junction 19, then take the A470 south signposted to Betws-y-Coed. Approximately 4 miles after passing through Llanrwst, turn right at the T-junction onto the A5 and pass over Waterloo Bridge into Betws-y-Coed. The gallery can be found on your left opposite the Garden Nursery just before you reach the centre of the village.
By Road from the South and the Midlands
From the South of England and the Midlands most visitors will approach along the A5 west from Shrewsbury - continue on this road until you pass over Waterloo Bridge into Betws-y-Coed. The gallery can be found on your left opposite the Garden Nursery just before you reach the centre of the village.
By Road from South Wales
From South Wales follow the A470 north until you reach a T junction with the A5. Turn left here and shortly you will pass over Waterloo Bridge into Betws-y-Coed. The gallery can be found on your left opposite the Garden Nursery just before you reach the centre of the village.
Betws-y-Coed railway station (BYC) is approximately 250 metres from the gallery.