Cheap Hotels in Colwyn Bay
Located in North Wales, Prestatyn Sands has some stunning scenery right on it's doorstep. Nestling between the mountains of Snowdonia and miles of award winning beaches it's a perfect base for the type of break you're looking for: energetic or relaxing! A holiday here gives you the best of both worlds to combine as your fancy takes you, relaxing in beautiful scenery and enjoying bags of fun activities throughout the day.
Bryn Coed Guest House Hotel
Make yourself at home in one of the 3 guestrooms. Cable television is provided for your entertainment. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers and irons/ironing boards, and you can also request rollaway/extra beds.
The Northwood - Guest house Hotel
Make yourself at home in one of the 9 guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms with showers are provided. Conveniences include desks and coffee/tea makers.
Bryn Woodlands House B&B
A complimentary cooked-to-order breakfast is included.
Bodnant Welsh Food Hotel
Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and tour/ticket assistance.
A complimentary English breakfast is served daily from 8 AM to 9 AM.
Hotels in Colwyn Bay
On the north coast of Wales, Colwyn Bay is a quiet town overlooking the Irish Sea. With its wide sandy beach and a promenade that's perfect for cycling or strolling, it's an attractive resort for a seaside holiday. The town's gentle character and impressive views ensures that Colwyn Bay hotels remain a popular choice. For a host of activities, nearby Llandudno is the largest seaside resort in Wales with endless Victorian charm.
One of Colwyn Bay's main attractions is its beach and promenade. Whether fishing, swimming, sunbathing or cycling, there's something for everyone. Kids will also enjoy a visit to Colwyn Bay's Welsh Mountain Zoo – a conservation centre that's home to seals, chimps, penguins and other exotic creatures.
In nearby Conwy, a must-visit is the spectacular Conwy Castle – one of the finest surviving medieval fortifications in Britain. Complete with eight towers and a large bow-shaped hall, the castle's battlements provide stunning views out to sea.
Walkers can explore the Bryn Euryn Nature Reserve, where a selection of walking paths cross the grassy terrain and woodlands. The Summit Trail and Woodland Trail lead to the ruins of the 15th-century house, Llys Euryn, as well as a 6th-century fort. Outdoor enthusiasts can also walk to the Great Orme Country Park – a conservation area with Stone Age origins more than 200m above sea level. Alternatively, kids will enjoy a ride on the Great Orme Tramway – the only cable-hauled tramway operating on British public roads.
The Sunset Club in Rhos-on-Sea provides stand-up paddling courses while the Conwy School of Yachting gives classes in sailing. Adrenaline-seekers can try their hand at Quad Dragon Buggies or rock climbing in nearby Rhyl.
Restaurants, cafés and bars
In Colwyn Bay, The Toad is a popular pub and restaurant with fantastic views out to see. This award-winning establishment serves traditional food made with locally sourced produce. Outside Colwyn Bay, a must-do for foodies is a trip to the Bodnant Welsh Food Centre. Located in the Conwy Valley, it sells a variety of artisan Welsh produce, as well as hosting cookery classes and wine tasting. It's also home to the Hayloft Restaurant and has an attractive courtyard tearoom. Blas ar Fwyd in Conwy is another popular destination. With an award-winning deli and wine merchant, you can stock up on local produce before trying out the seasonal menu at its nearby sister restaurant Amser Da.
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