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Featured B&B in Rhyl

Ty'n Rhyl Boutique Bed & Breakfast
4 out of 5
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is £98 per night from 21 Oct to 22 Oct

Situated near the beach, this bed & breakfast is within 1 mile (2 km) of Brickfield Pond, Rhyl Tourist Information Centre and SeaQuarium Rhyl. Rhyl East Beach ...

5/5Exceptional! (23 reviews)

"The owners are obviously very passionate about their B&B and were super welcoming. The building itself is very charming/characteristic, the bed was very comfy and breakfast was amazing. We only wish we had more time there!"…"

Reviewed on 13 Aug 2020

Ty'n Rhyl Boutique Bed & Breakfast
Anchor B&B
3 out of 5
40 river street, Rhyl, Wales
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Situated near the beach, this bed & breakfast is within a 10-minute walk of Rhyl Tourist Information Centre and Marine Lake. SeaQuarium Rhyl and Rhyl Beach are ...

5/5Exceptional! (5 reviews)

"It felt like home for me and my partner would go again"…"

Reviewed on 18 Mar 2020

Anchor B&B
Roseview B & B
3 out of 5
The price is £129 per night from 21 Oct to 22 Oct

Situated near the beach, this bed & breakfast is within a 10-minute walk of Rhyl Beach, Rhyl East Beach and SeaQuarium Rhyl. Rhyl Tourist Information Centre ...

4.6/5Exceptional! (11 reviews)
Great location, Big bathroom, big bed and balcony

"Great location, Tony, the Landlord, gave us a great welcome, and made sure we were aware of the local hotspots. The bathroom had the jetted bath, and, of course we gave it a go.. very enjoyable, huge bathroom and bedroom with a balcony leading onto a colourful garden. Breakfast was served at the ..."…"

Reviewed on 16 Sep 2018

Roseview B & B

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The Cove Guest House
3 out of 5
48 River Street, Rhyl, Wales
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Situated near the beach, this bed & breakfast is within a 15-minute walk of SeaQuarium Rhyl and Rhyl Beach. Prestatyn Beach and Dyserth Waterfall are also within ...

5/5Exceptional! (18 reviews)
Fab Friendly Hosts, Comfy bed

"Lovely hosts, who were very knowledgable about the area and welcoming. Fab breakfast and good standard of cleanliness throughout"…"

Reviewed on 17 Feb 2020

The Cove Guest House
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B&B in Rhyl

The seaside resort of Rhyl has long been a hotspot for holidaymakers. Without a doubt, its biggest draw is the enormous stretch of golden-sand beach, which looks out over the Irish Sea from the north-east coast of Wales. Charmingly, the town hasn't changed all that much over the last few decades, and you'll find all the retro attractions that transport you back to those childhood memories, like the clinking of coins in the arcade machines, crispy fish and chips wrapped in paper and a theatre showing musicals. If you're looking to take the kids on the same seaside holiday you may have had as a child, then Rhyl might be just the ticket.

  • Stay on the seafront without paying the Earth for it
  • Bring the kids to stay in one of the family-sized rooms
  • Start the day right with a solid Welsh breakfast
  • Discover the best things to do from the knowledgeable owners

You Don't Need to Break the Bank to Stay at a B&B, Rhyl

There's just something so right about staying in a B&B when you're at the seaside, and Rhyl bed and breakfasts are no exception. Maybe it's their proximity to the beach or that home-away-from-home feeling you get when you stay in a family home. Either way, you'll always pay less for a B&B, meaning you can save your cash for the attractions. The best place to start looking for the right accommodation is Expedia, which lists every property, along with detailed descriptions and candid photos. All you need to do is plug in your dates, location and price, and let Expedia do the hard work for you. Some are traditional B&Bs housed in the terraced properties along the seafront – they might not have changed much over the decades, but offer plenty of bang for your buck. Others are a little swisher, and found in detached country houses covered in creeping ivy and surrounded by well-manicured gardens. Whichever works for you, you're always assured of a stress-free break when you book your accommodation through Expedia.

If you've never stayed in a B&B before, you'll find that most come with everything you might expect from a hotel, like comfortable double beds, a TV on the wall, so you don't have to miss out on your favourite series, and complimentary WiFi. All but the most budget of bed and breakfasts in Rhyl will have ensuite facilities, some with separate shower units and tubs. If you pick right, you could wake up to the sound of waves lapping onto the nearby beach or score one of the family-sized rooms, so you can bring the kids on a nostalgia-inducing seaside break. It's the little things that make the difference between a B&B and a hotel, perhaps a bowl of fruit waiting for you in your room when you arrive or the time the owners take to help you plan your getaway. Come daybreak, you can enjoy a full English breakfast, or opt for the veggie alternative, the perfect way to fuel up for a day at beach. If you're looking for a completely different type of break, why not try a few days in fascinating Cardiff, instead?

Beachy Fun and a Miniature Railway Near Your B&B, Rhyl

Most families who come to stay in Rhyl bed and breakfasts during the summer make a dash for the beach to secure their spot and spend their days splashing about in the ocean or playing games on the sand. It's unlikely, but if you tire a little of the beach, there are plenty of other things to do near your Rhyl bed and breakfast, like SeaQuarium, which offers visitors the chance to get up close to plenty of marine life, including seals and turtles. Then there's Drift Park, a well-manicured coastal garden, with fountains, paddling pools and miniature golf. It doesn't matter what your age is, everyone in the family will love a ride on one of steam trains that meanders around the tracks of the Rhyl Miniature Railway. At the end of the day, score some tickets for the Pavilion Theatre, which has everything from stand-up comedy to musicals.

Other property types in Rhyl

OYO Pier Hotel Rhyl

OYO Pier Hotel Rhyl

3 out of 5
4.5/5Wonderful! (365 reviews)

"Friendly management very comfortable bed very good price for a great nightbsleepn"…"

Reviewed on 6 Sep 2020

OYO Pier Hotel Rhyl
Faenol Fawr Hotel

Faenol Fawr Hotel

3.5 out of 5
The price is £110 per night from 23 Oct to 24 Oct
3.6/5Good! (11 reviews)

"We were pleasantly surprised by this hotel. Its ran by really friendly staff who are bubbly, polite and happy to chat. The food was lovely. The room was quaint and clean. Seems they are midway through building self-catering rooms. Pretty building too. We will definitely return. 1 hour from Mount ..."…"

Reviewed on 23 Aug 2020

Faenol Fawr Hotel
Ty'n Rhyl Boutique Bed & Breakfast

Ty'n Rhyl Boutique Bed & Breakfast

4 out of 5
The price is £98 per night from 21 Oct to 22 Oct
5/5Exceptional! (23 reviews)

"The owners are obviously very passionate about their B&B and were super welcoming. The building itself is very charming/characteristic, the bed was very comfy and breakfast was amazing. We only wish we had more time there!"…"

Reviewed on 13 Aug 2020

Ty'n Rhyl Boutique Bed & Breakfast
Lowest nightly price found within the past 24 hours based on a 1 night stay for 2 adults. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

B&B in Rhyl

The seaside resort of Rhyl has long been a hotspot for holidaymakers. Without a doubt, its biggest draw is the enormous stretch of golden-sand beach, which looks out over the Irish Sea from the north-east coast of Wales. Charmingly, the town hasn't changed all that much over the last few decades, and you'll find all the retro attractions that transport you back to those childhood memories, like the clinking of coins in the arcade machines, crispy fish and chips wrapped in paper and a theatre showing musicals. If you're looking to take the kids on the same seaside holiday you may have had as a child, then Rhyl might be just the ticket.

  • Stay on the seafront without paying the Earth for it
  • Bring the kids to stay in one of the family-sized rooms
  • Start the day right with a solid Welsh breakfast
  • Discover the best things to do from the knowledgeable owners

You Don't Need to Break the Bank to Stay at a B&B, Rhyl

There's just something so right about staying in a B&B when you're at the seaside, and Rhyl bed and breakfasts are no exception. Maybe it's their proximity to the beach or that home-away-from-home feeling you get when you stay in a family home. Either way, you'll always pay less for a B&B, meaning you can save your cash for the attractions. The best place to start looking for the right accommodation is Expedia, which lists every property, along with detailed descriptions and candid photos. All you need to do is plug in your dates, location and price, and let Expedia do the hard work for you. Some are traditional B&Bs housed in the terraced properties along the seafront – they might not have changed much over the decades, but offer plenty of bang for your buck. Others are a little swisher, and found in detached country houses covered in creeping ivy and surrounded by well-manicured gardens. Whichever works for you, you're always assured of a stress-free break when you book your accommodation through Expedia.

If you've never stayed in a B&B before, you'll find that most come with everything you might expect from a hotel, like comfortable double beds, a TV on the wall, so you don't have to miss out on your favourite series, and complimentary WiFi. All but the most budget of bed and breakfasts in Rhyl will have ensuite facilities, some with separate shower units and tubs. If you pick right, you could wake up to the sound of waves lapping onto the nearby beach or score one of the family-sized rooms, so you can bring the kids on a nostalgia-inducing seaside break. It's the little things that make the difference between a B&B and a hotel, perhaps a bowl of fruit waiting for you in your room when you arrive or the time the owners take to help you plan your getaway. Come daybreak, you can enjoy a full English breakfast, or opt for the veggie alternative, the perfect way to fuel up for a day at beach. If you're looking for a completely different type of break, why not try a few days in fascinating Cardiff, instead?

Beachy Fun and a Miniature Railway Near Your B&B, Rhyl

Most families who come to stay in Rhyl bed and breakfasts during the summer make a dash for the beach to secure their spot and spend their days splashing about in the ocean or playing games on the sand. It's unlikely, but if you tire a little of the beach, there are plenty of other things to do near your Rhyl bed and breakfast, like SeaQuarium, which offers visitors the chance to get up close to plenty of marine life, including seals and turtles. Then there's Drift Park, a well-manicured coastal garden, with fountains, paddling pools and miniature golf. It doesn't matter what your age is, everyone in the family will love a ride on one of steam trains that meanders around the tracks of the Rhyl Miniature Railway. At the end of the day, score some tickets for the Pavilion Theatre, which has everything from stand-up comedy to musicals.

Frequently asked questions

Searching for B&Bs in Rhyl?
Whether you’re on a romantic trip and want to stay somewhere quiet and intimate, or you’re a solo traveller hoping to meet fellow tourists, a B&B can be a good choice for many different types of travellers. While you’re here, you can get to know Rhyl by exploring its natural beauty – consider stopping at Rhuddlan Nature Reserve and Gower Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Are you interested in apartments over traditional hotel rooms?
With attentive service, opportunities to socialise with other guests and of course a scrumptious breakfast, B&Bs provide a unique environment.
What are the top B&Bs in Rhyl?
Why not look at these B&Bs in Rhyl: Ty’n Rhyl Boutique Bed & Breakfast: 4 stars, 3 rooms. Anchor B&B: 3 stars, 6 rooms. Roseview B & B: 3 stars, 3 rooms. Enjoy the on-site dining and on-site spa services. The Cove Guest House: 3 stars, 4 rooms.
When is the best time to stay at a B&B in Rhyl?
When you’re dreaming of a stay in Rhyl, year-round temperatures and rainfall may be important factors to consider. The hottest months are usually July and August, with an average temperature of 15°C, while the coldest months are January and February, with an average of 5°C. Average annual precipitation for Rhyl is 801 inches.
What is there to do in Rhyl?
Travellers enjoy Rhyl for its seaside and bars. When you want to spend some time in the great outdoors, Rhyl Beach and Dyserth Waterfall are some notable spots. You should put SeaQuarium Rhyl and Bodelwyddan Castle on your list if you want to see more of the area.
How can I get to and around Rhyl?
You can plan your excursions in and around Rhyl ahead of time with these transportation options. Fly into Liverpool (LPL-John Lennon), which is located 24.6 mi (39.5 km) away from the city centre. If you’d like to explore around the area, you may want to rent a car for your trip.

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