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Featured Colwyn Bay Family-Friendly Hotels

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The Northwood - Guest house
The Northwood - Guest house
4.0 out of 5.0 47 Rhos Road, Rhos-on-Sea, Colwyn Bay, Wales
Free cancellation
4.1/5 (98 reviews)
£80/ night for 2 guests

The owners were very knowledgeable about the local and surrounding areas's. Breakfast was good. Would stay there again. Close to the promenade and local shops.

Reviewed on 11 Dec 2018
Bryn Woodlands House
Bryn Woodlands House
4.0 out of 5.0 14 Woodland Road, Colwyn Bay, Wales
Free cancellation
4.7/5 (137 reviews)
£80/ night for 2 guests

Very clean abd comfortable. Friendly owners. Wide choice for breakfast which was of excellent standard. Quiet yet close to beach.

Reviewed on 28 Apr 2019
Beachmount Holiday Apartments
Beachmount Holiday Apartments
3.0 out of 5.0 67 Colwyn Avenue, Rhos-On-Sea, Colwyn Bay, Wales
4.9/5 (19 reviews)

Great place to stay, clean and very comfortable apartment with everything we needed. Good location with shops, restaurants and laundrette within few minutes walk. Would definitely stay again.

Reviewed on 1 May 2018
Ashmount Hotel
Ashmount Hotel
3.0 out of 5.0 18 College Avenue, Rhos on Sea, Colwyn Bay, Wales
Free cancellation
4.4/5 (68 reviews)
£100/ night for 2 guests

This was a lovely quiet hotel breakfast nice beach close by and amenities nothing to complain about rooms are clean and not a bad size

Reviewed on 24 Apr 2019

Pocket Guide: Family-Friendly Hotelss in Colwyn Bay

The family-friendly hotels in Colwyn Bay are mostly in Rhos-on-Sea, slightly higher up the bay, and this is a good choice for a holiday with the kids as it’s where you’ll find most of the cafes, bars and bistros, with a relaxed beachside vibe. Stay in a family hotel here and you’re still close to the main shops, water sports and key attractions like Eirias Park and the Welsh Mountain Zoo.

Where to Shop

For rainy days or a change of scene from outdoor activities why not have a browse in the local shops? There are plenty of independent traders in Old Colwyn, an indoor market in the main shopping areas and the region’s largest mall, Bayview Shopping Centre, has a good selection too. Pick up a gift to take home in one of the art or vintage shops in town. If you get peckish grab a snack from the local farmers’ market and enjoy it on the prom.

Outdoor Activities for All the Family

There’s plenty to do here to keep all the family entertained. A new beachfront and promenade means the beach is sandier and wider than ever. Hunt for tadpoles, catch a crab, walk the dog or build a sandcastle - simple pleasures make little people happy. You can also play ball games on the beach, enjoy donkey rides and there’s a cycle path running along the prom to Rhos-on-Sea.

Eirias Park in the middle of town is a great place to go whatever the weather. If it’s fine enjoy the outdoor walks, tennis courts, boating lake and picnic spots. If it’s raining there’s Colwyn Leisure Centre which has a 25-metre swimming pool, water slides, fun stuff plus a fitness suite, sauna and spa for mum and dad. Something for everyone and reasonably priced too.

The Welsh Mountain Zoo is high up above the bay with fantastic views over town and the bay. Enjoy the beautiful gardens and learn more about endangered animals and how they are cared for. Adopt an animal and enjoy a chimp encounter! There’s something here to break up tensions and squabbles and animal antics put everyone in a good mood.

Historic Castles for Day Trips

If you hire a car there are plenty of local attractions within a day’s drive. Explore local castles like Rhuddlan Castle in Rhyl, an “iron ring” fortress that was built by the English King Edward I. There’s also Caernarfon Castle and the atmospheric Conwy Castle so plenty of local heritage to explore. Bodelwyddan Castle in Rhyl is packed with family activities and houses collections from three national museums. Do a treasure hunt in the garden, play with Victorian games and do an interactive exhibit to learn more about the region’s history.

Sightseeing in Colwyn Bay

For a truly spectacular ride that the kids will remember for years to come, take them to Llandudno Cable Car and enjoy a ride from Happy Valley to the top of Great Orme (679 feet). You’ll enjoy fabulous views over Llandudno, Little Orme, Anglesey, Snowdonia and beyond. It is the longest passenger cable car in the UK and at the summit there’s a cafe where you can relax, put your feet up and enjoy the inspiring views.

There are many family-friendly hotels in Colwyn Bay from beachside pads with leisure facilities to Victorian villas in the centre of town and self-catering apartments. It’s the ideal resort for a family holiday with plenty to see and do.