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Rhyl Harbour

Rhyl is the growing in popularity seaside resort in North Wales. After world war two a lot of people from Manchester and Liverpool had moved to Rhyl and unfortunately this changed Rhyl’s image as the elegant Victorian resort. This lead to a decline in tourism, but now Rhyl is again blooming with energy with help from the funding secured by the Welsh Assembly Government to develop the seafront.

There are loads of things to do in Rhyl, as well as being in a convenient place for visitors to explore other surrounding areas in North Wales. Rhyl also has a lot of different types of accommodation to offer its visitor; it has caravan parks, hotels, guest house, bed and breakfasts and also hostels. This is to ensure that all of Rhyl’s visitors have somewhere to stay when they visit

Here are just a few of the things you can do in Rhyl

Rhyl Sea Aquarium

This is Rhyls own indoor aquarium, where you can enjoy a day with the family exploring all the different types of underwater animals, from exotic, to fresh water. Here you can also enjoy daily feeding displays of the animals, while also learn about their habitat, and lifestyle.

Sun Centre (Indoor Water Park)

Rhyl has its own indoor water park so if it’s raining outside you can still swim. You and your family can enjoy a whole day here and even take your own picnic. It has several swimming pools and one with a wave machine. There are indoor cable cars, a chance to body board, and also water slides for everyone to enjoy.

Rhyl Beach


Rhyl has its own beach which stretches across the North Wales coast. Here is a popular destination for people from the North West looking for a stunning beach to spend those sunny days.

Brickfields Pond (Nature Reserve)

Brickfields Pond is a beautiful nature reserve which is situated just next to Rhyl. You can enjoy the striking lake surrounded by grass and forest. Here you can relax and there is a sculpture trail for you to enjoy.

Surrounding areas

Rhyl is close to other popular tourist destinations like Llandudno, Conwy, and Snowdonia National Park. There are also historical castles to visit in North Wales in Conwy, Caernarfon, Beaumaris, Dolbadarn, and Dolwyddelan.

Rhyls children’s complex

Rhyls children’s complex

Next to the Rhyls beach is a children’s complex which is full of amusements, rides, restaurants, cafes and even a cinema. This will keep the little ones entertained for hours.

Rhyl Accommodation

It is important to think about where you will be most comfortable when staying in Rhyl as there are lots of different accommodations to choose from. The most popular choice of accommodation is to stay on a Rhyl caravan site.

A Rhyl Caravan site will offer you and your family plenty of space and privacy while staying in Rhyl. There are lots of different caravan sites to choose from in the area, and some of the really popular ones are huge with lots of family entertainment and facilities attached.

At a big Rhyl caravan site you can expect to find access to lots of different things included within your accommodation package. These will include a swimming pool, sports playing facilities, on site cafes and restaurants, bars with evening entertainment, on site supermarkets and laundry facilities. This means that you will be able to enjoy your stay comfortably.

On a Rhyl caravan site there will be lots of different caravans which you can choose from. Ranging from a standards caravan right up too a luxury caravan. In your caravan you will expect to find it equipped with a TV, Shower, toilet, cooking facilities, cutlery, crockery, duvets and pillows and of course gas and electricity.

Visiting Rhyl for a holiday or short stay is a great idea for the whole family. With lots of things to do and lots of Rhyl caravan sites to choose from, let the fun times begin!

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