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Highlights in Rhyl
- Sandy beaches
- Live entertainment
- Seaside dining
- Hiking trails
- Fun activities
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Discover this hidden treasure in Northern Wales. Located in Denbighshire County, this seaside destination is full of fun activities, marine parks, and botanical gardens. Build sandcastles on the beach with your children. Peruse an art gallery. Or catch a live performance at one of the local theatres. Most of these cottages by the sea are located between Rhyl’s Kinmel Bay and the nearby coastal town of Prestatyn. Perfect hotspots for getting the most out of the area’s coastal entertainment and nature appeal!Independent seaside cottages
Rhyl’s cottages have much to offer, from lovely gardens to stunning ocean views. There are a variety of cottages to choose from, each with its own charm and regional appeal. Book a cottage with period architecture, or one with stone walls and an elegant modern interior. Amenities include an outdoor seating area, full kitchen, comfortable living room with a TV and homey decorative touches. Catch a stunning sunset from the garden. Gather your friends and family for a BBQ. These listings provide so many options for crafting the ultimate holiday!
Travellers and activities
Rhyl has several venues for performing arts that won’t disappoint. Pavillion Theatre hosts fantastic dramas like, “Cilla,” throughout the season. The Rhyl Little Theatre offers a mixed venue with Comedy nights and dance shows. The Scala Cinema and Arts Centre is fully digitalized, offering patrons a delightful blend of classic and blockbuster cinema, markets, fayres, performing arts, and much more in their town centre. Rhyl Town Hall, alternatively, is a beautiful historic Georgian structure in the town centre worth touring. It has performance stages and is open for event hire.Rhyl for Beach Buffs
Rhyl rests on the north coast of Wales and offers visitors ample venues to enjoy its seascapes and sandy beaches. Kinmel Bay situated across the river boasts a marine sanctuary with grey seals, skylarks and more to entertain nature lovers. The beach is perfect for all manner of water sports as well. Rhyl and Prestatyn Beach run into each other with beautiful sandy shores and guarded swimming areas. Barkby Beach features sailing and water sports. After enjoying the sea, stop in at Beach Hut for an array of refreshments from their full bar with indoor activities for everyone.Rhyl for Nature Lovers
Wales is a haven for nature lovers and Rhyl is no exception. Offa's Dyke Path is a 177-mile national trail that has been around for 1200 years marking the border between Wales and England. Pick up a walking routes map of the Prestatyn area pointing out the local parts of Dyke Path with pubs and refreshment highlighted. The Prestatyn Hillside walk offers incredible scenic views of the area for an afternoon outing. Rhaeadr Dyserth Waterfall is a beautiful show of nature’s wonders, only 12 minutes from Rhyl.
Ty’n Rhyl, the oldest house in Rhyl, boasts a fireplace mantle constructed from King Henry the VIII’s bedstead.
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A walk along the beach beside W Parade St. will introduce you and your family to a host of activities. As you enjoy the sunset, stop by entertainment venues like the Rhyl Events Arena for concerts, Vue Cinema Rhyl, and Les Harkers Amusements & Bingo! There are beach bars and restaurants for refreshment along the way.2. Cycle the Marsh Tracks
Rhyl's Marsh Tracks offer an environmentally friendly venue to cyclists young and old. There are several tracks geared toward racing, mountain biking, and BMX. The setting is spectacular with panoramic views over the biodiverse estuary region. A cyclist’s dream!3. Take a walk by the dunes
Gronant Dunes, near Prestatyn, offer a leisurely stroll among marram grass, sea holly, and pyramidal orchids. These dunes are preserved thanks to their SSSI status, so visitors can enjoy beautiful butterflies, natterjack toads, terns and much more along this stretch of Northern Wales.4. Admire marine animals at the aquarium
Rhyl SeaQuarium is situated on the North Wales coastline with open access to the sea. There are many exhibits housing marine life from around the globe. A special feature is Seal Cove where you can watch fascinating harbour seals and more in the aquarium above your head!5. Experience a piece of railway history
Rhyl Miniature Railway has been operating since 1911 and is the oldest mini-train line in Britain. So, climb aboard the vintage coaches and be whisked away by the well-preserved steam engine around Marine Lake. Visit the on-site museum for a closer look at this delightful heritage.6. Have a stroll in the garden
Rhyl Botanical Gardens, located on the land of the oldest house in Rhyl, is teeming with beautiful flowers and trees. There are several recreational venues, including a lake for fishing. After touring the gardens, have an over-the-top fine dining experience in Barratt’s at Ty’n Rhyl.7. Experience Rhyl’s mouthwatering dishes
There are loads of great eateries in Rhyl. The Rhyl Bistro is a favourite, boasting local ingredients expertly prepared for an explosion of flavours in every bite. The Harbour Hub Café provides a range of options with breathtaking views of the beach. And no visit to a British beach is complete without fish and chips. You’ll find some of the area’s best at Les and Rita’s Fish Bar. Be sure to also try Welsh cakes!
FAQs: Cottages in Rhyl
Which types of facilities are available at the cottages in Rhyl?
In regard to the facilities you can find on Holidu, it can be said that the cottages in Rhyl have everything that holiday-makers need! Here, the cottages generally include a variety of amenities, the most popular being: Wi-Fi (90%), garden (60%), and view (45%)...Not bad, right?
What are the reviews like for the cottages in Rhyl?
Judging by last year's information, only 10% of the cottages in Rhyl get a rating of 4.5 stars. It can therefore be assumed that it is not the best destination for the highest-rated cottages in the United Kingdom.
Are the cottages in Rhyl suitable for families with children?
According to information from last year, 10% of cottages in Rhyl are suitable for holidays with children, it should therefore be very easy for you to find the ideal cottage for you and your children.
Are the cottages in Rhyl suitable for holiday-makers who wish to travel with their pets?
Certainly! In Rhyl, 35% of the cottages accept them, and 60% also have a garden!
Do the cottages in Rhyl generally have an internet connection?
Of course! According to Holidu's database, 90% of cottages in Rhyl offer Wi-Fi. You will be able to browse the internet throughout your stay!
How much do guests usually expect to pay for cottages in Rhyl?
A big percentage of cottages in Rhyl (85%) are less than £100 per night. This is the dream destination for finding a cheap cottage!
Do the cottages in Rhyl generally have a fireplace or a swimming pool?
It's quite uncommon. According to the information collected last year, most of the cottages in Rhyl don't have one.
Are the cottages in Rhyl suitable for trips with several people or better for an escape as a couple?
Judging by last year's information, 80% of cottages are made for up to four travellers. Approximately 80% of the cottages here have at least two separate bedrooms. Rhyl is the ideal destination for small groups of friends!