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Have just returned from a 4 night stay as we wanted to climb Snowdon. Hotel is in a great location for this. Staff were welcoming and friendly, and the room was nice and clean, although a bit on the small side. The buffet breakfast was nice with a good selection, and a lovely view of the surrounding ...
The Royal Victoria Hotel£58The Royal Victoria Hotel£58
We were looking to stay somewhere near the coast and were delighted in the position of the hotel.We decided to dine and the hotel and were pleased with the range of fare offered and the quality therein,the breakfast was excellent too.
Ty Dderw Country Inn£62Ty Dderw Country Inn£62
This is an excellent small hotel. I was made very welcome on arrival, and well looked after throughout. The room was bright, spotlessly clean and comfortable. Highly recommended.
Pier Hotel Rhyl£46Pier Hotel Rhyl£46
The hotel is a little dated & needing some repairs but it is clean, cheap & the staff are friendly. Parking is not included or available at the hotel, it is an issue especially when the town car park is closed on a bank holiday! We enjoyed are stay & would recommend it to friends.
Grand Hotel Llandudno£31Grand Hotel Llandudno£31
Right on the Menai Straights so make sure you have a sea view room so that you can lie in bed and look right across the Straights and see Bangor Pier and the snow covered Snowdonia mountain range in the distance, amazing!!!! The hotel has been newly decorated outside and this looks very smart, inside ...
Gazelle Hotel£58Gazelle Hotel£58
The hotel is perfectly placed between numerous good country walks/hikes there are lots of good restaurants near by too and the hotel restaurant is very good the only downaide tot he hotel is that some.of the staff arent very attentive. Overall a very good experience and would book again
Glan Aber Hotel£31Glan Aber Hotel£31
A wonderful place to stay! Priced well. They have a lift which was listed but we had a few stairs to get to our room and we were with an elderly traveller - it I had have know ahead I would have requested a room without steps
Four Saints Brig-Y-Don Hotel£40Four Saints Brig-Y-Don Hotel£40
Most of the hotels in Colwyn Bay are three star so you’re spoilt for choice for town centre accommodation and hotels dotted along the beach towards Rhos-on-Sea, so whether it’s a beach hotel or upmarket townhouse near to bars and restaurants you won’t be disappointed. There’s also some unusual accommodation in an old farmhouse which focuses on educating visitors around local foods, so an educational stay with something for the palette is also an option. Egyptian cotton sheets and fine food in a beautiful stone farmhouse; what more could you ask for?
Colwyn Bay has been through a big period of redevelopment to restore it to its former Victorian glory, when coastal resorts in the UK and Wales were the key attraction for locals. It is now the second largest community and a business hub for North Wales with excellent transport links via the North Wales Expressway. It has a stunning coastline, big skies and views for miles, and if you love fishing and watersports there’s enough to entertain you whatever the time of year. It’s no surprise that it’s won Gold in Wales in Bloom eight times over the past few years.
Once you arrive head down to the beach and promenade for a sense of perspective and inspiration. There’s plenty to see and do with independent boutiques and trendy cafes serving Welsh and European food.
There’s enough to do in Colwyn for a few days’ break with the family - a shopping centre, leisure centre and town park, kids’ playgrounds and, of course, the glorious beach and promenade. Nearby you have the Welsh Mountain Zoo, a key attraction above Colwyn Bay which has stunning views and beautiful gardens. A key focus for this year has been chimps so you can meet a few and learn more about how they live - you can even be a zookeeper for the day!
A visit to Colwyn Bay isn’t complete without a trip to the Llandudno Cable Car just three miles away in Llandudno where you can see the stunning scenery from up high and get a real perspective of how beautiful Wales is. The Great Orme Tramway in Conwy is another attraction for the family to enjoy - a funicular tramway that has stunning views over the county.
Puppetry is a beautiful art form that works on many levels - entertaining the kids and from a political sense, the adults too. Puppets can say things that adults wouldn’t get away with! You’ll find a Punch and Judy show on the promenade that has been run by a local family for generations, plus there’s the Harlequin Puppet Theatre in nearby Rhos-on-Sea. It’s the only puppet theatre in Britain and has performances most days. The kids (and you) can enjoy a backstage tour to find out how the puppets work and learn more about the fascinating tradition and history of marionette making.
Theatr Colwyn is the oldest working picturehouse in the UK, which was built in 1885. Set in a stunning art deco building with live music and events there’s something for all the family to enjoy.
Colwyn Bay has an excellent choice of three star hotels to suit all types of stay, be it a business trip, family holiday or walking break. Choose from family-friendly guesthouses, beach spa hotels or elegant Victorian townhouses close to the main shops, station and entertainment.