Cheap Hotels in Prestatyn
Travellers looking for comfort and relaxation on the scenic North Wales coast will find the perfect choice in this large, modern hotel, ideally located overlooking dramatic Barkby Beach. The area is ideal for outdoor enthusiasts and walkers and the sandy beach is ideal for families with young children. Prestatyn itself offers all the attractions of a traditional seaside resort. The well-appointed guest room and suites have been decorated with the fresh and clean colours of the beach. All have sea-views or vistas of the Prestatyn hills and feature an en suite bathroom and all home comforts including a flat screen TV and free Wi-Fi. Other amenities include a heated indoor pool and well-equipped gym. The hotel's welcoming restaurant offers a selection of traditional Welsh specialties and business travellers will appreciate the hotel's splendid conference and meeting facilities.
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Hotels in Prestatyn
On the coast by the Irish Sea, Prestatyn is one of Wales' top seaside holiday resorts. It has a strong â€˜small town' charm, as only around 1, 000 people lived here before it became a tourist hotspot in the 19th and 20th centuries. You'll find several holiday camps alongside the Prestatyn hotels which line the sea front.
Things to do in Prestatyn
Take a look around the remains of an old Roman bathhouse, which is said to be part of an ancient fort. It's said that the ruins are home to local wildlife, with as many as 19 badgers living in and around it.
Prestatyn Shopping Park, also known as Parc Prestatyn, has a wide variety of shops including New Look and Boots. It has its own parking, so you can pick up everything you need.
The Lido Beach is the main attraction in summer, and it's popular as a caravan park. The facilities include sport courts and a kids' adventure playground, and you can even access wi-fi (for a fee) from the sand.
Astrobowl is the local place to knock down some pins. It's part of the Ffrith Beach Festival Gardens, where you'll also find a skating rink.
In Rhyl, less than five miles away from Prestatyn, there are lots of kid-friendly venues and activities. The Palace Fun Centre is suitable for most ages and ability levels, and there's also a bowling alley and games arcade inside.
At Prestatyn Sands, the Blue Flag beaches cover almost seven miles of the coastline. Views of the rugged cliffs and out towards the Isle of Man are impressive on a clear day. To the east side of town, the greater Liverpool area is just across the River Dee.
Prestatyn is in north Wales, around half an hour's drive from Colwyn Bay. The nearest major road is the A55, which will take you all the way to Holyhead in the west and Chester to the east.
Trains from Prestatyn rail station will get you to Cardiff Central, Holyhead and as far as London Euston. Stops on the way to London include Crewe and Milton Keynes. In the direction of Cardiff, you pass through Newport and Abergavenny.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Prestatyn
What are the most booked hotels in Prestatyn?One of the best hotels to stay in Prestatyn is Beaches Hotel.
What is the lowest price for a double room in Prestatyn?Beaches Hotel in Prestatyn offers one night in a double room at the price of £95.
If I want to stay in the center of Prestatyn, which hotels shall I consider?Beaches Hotel is located in the central neighborhood of Prestatyn.
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