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In Victorian times it was known for its elegance and its popularity boomed after the Second World War. With improved road and rail links, Rhyl became a destination of choice for city-dwellers from nearby Liverpool and Manchester.
More recently, the area has benefited from multi-million pound regeneration projects, which blend its traditional charms with contemporary attractions in an exciting way. For a family seaside holiday, with miles of golden sands and safe sea bathing, Rhyl cannot be beaten.
Rhyl has many hotels to choose from, ranging from cheap and cheerful two star hotels to the more luxury end of the spectrum. Whatever your budget and requirements, you will find something to suit. There are also numerous guesthouses and B&Bs, as well as self-catering properties.
You can shop 'til you drop in Rhyl. The town centre is pedestrianised, with every big brand name store you could wish for as well as an outdoor market every Thursday and Saturday. If the weather lets you down, there is an indoor shopping centre too.
Rhyl caters for everyone's tastes, with small cafes, fine dining in hotel restaurants and pub grub galore. Home-grown Welsh produce features strongly, but there is also international cuisine, with a number of takeaway options if you are self-catering — fish and chips are a must for every seaside holiday.
For the less adventurous, all the usual fast food outlets can be found, but for something a little different, why not enjoy oysters on the seafront?
If you tire of building sandcastles or paddling, Rhyl has enough on offer to guarantee that you will never have a dull moment. You could start with a stroll along the prom, a ride on a beach donkey or simply gaze in awe at the bascule bridge across Rhyl Harbour.
Rhyl Marine Lake offers sailing, canoeing, waterskiing and wakeboarding. The lake itself is skirted by a miniature railway, which has delighted tourists since 1911.
The Drift Park has fun water features, mini golf, a casino and open-air theatre, or there is the SeaQuarium for a scuba experience without getting wet!
Enjoy a bike ride along National Cycle Route 5, or how about a spot of sea angling, horse-riding, or a round of golf at Rhyl Golf Course?
Venture inland and you can discover the tranquillity of green spaces like Brickfield Pond and Rhuddlan Nature Reserve, both homes to a variety of waterbirds. Glan Morfa is a trail loved by birdwatchers and walkers alike, following the estuary through woodland and alongside mudflats.
Situated near the beach, this hotel is steps from Rhyl Sun Centre, Rhyl East Beach, and Rhyl Events Arena. Captain Noah's and Rhyl Beach are also within 10 minutes.
Located within a two-minute walk of Lime Street Rail Station, this Liverpool hotel with ornate public areas is close to the Albert Dock and the Beatles Museum.
Located in Liverpool City Center, this romantic hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Royal Liver Building, Liverpool ONE, and Merseyside Maritime Museum. Tate Liverpool and World Museum Liverpool are also within 2 mi (3 km).
Situated in Rhyl, this bed & breakfast is within a 5-minute walk of Rhyl Events Arena and Rhyl Sun Centre. Rhyl East Beach and The Little Theatre are also within 15 minutes.
Located in Liverpool City Center, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Neptune Theatre and Liverpool ONE. Merseyside Maritime Museum and Beatles Story are also within 10 minutes.
Located in Liverpool City Center, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of O2 Academy, World Museum Liverpool, and St. George's Hall. Liverpool ONE and Walker Art Gallery are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Situated on the waterfront, this spa hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Awesome Walls Climbing Centre, Liverpool ONE, and World Museum Liverpool. St. George's Hall and Walker Art Gallery are also within 2 mi (3 km).