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Accommodation Guide to Colwyn Bay

Colwyn Bay is an ideal place for a short break or longer stay, with its award winning beach, 3 mile promenade, shops, restaurants and within close proximity to Snowdonia National Park.

It has ample accommodation to suit everyone’s budget and taste. From award winning Campsite and Caravan Parks, B & B’s to Hotels.  Most of the accommodation establishments have their own website which you can research yourself to see the quality on offer.

If you prefer Camping/Caravanning holidays there are Campsites in Colwyn Bay, further down the coast in the quaint town of Rhos-on-Sea and also Llandudno, Wales’s most popular tourist destination.

If you fancy a more homely atmosphere there is ample Bed and Breakfast accommodation scattered around Colwyn Bay.  There are various establishments in the town centre close to the shops and restaurants or if you fancy something more rural you could stay near the coast or on the outskirts. There are some really pleasant areas in Colwyn Bay, especially in the area around Rydal Penrhos School, which has a very strong tradition locally.

For those wishing to stay in a Hotel, Colwyn Bay has a diverse range of offer to cater for everyone.
 
If you have more specific needs such as accommodation with disabled access or accommodation with a specific rating then you will certainly find what you are looking for in Colwyn Bay.

For those wanting to stay in the surrounding areas of Colwyn Bay, then Rhos-on-Sea is a charming place to visit and spend a few days. It has a picturesque harbour offering trips to the Irish Sea, numerous kiosks, cafes, restaurants and gift shops.  
There are numerous B & B’s and Hotels to accommodate all tastes.

Further along the coast lies the very popular Victorian town of Llandudno which has something on offer for everyone, a very well-liked tourist destination offering various attractions to suit the whole family. Ride the Victorian tramway up the Great Orme and take in the breathtaking views of the Irish Sea, Puffin Island and on a clear day the Snowdonia Mountain Range or you could also get to the Great Orme Summit via Cable Car, which is longest passenger car system in Britain. Take a stroll down the promenade and visit the Victorian pier which hosts many attractions.  

Llandudno has a superb range of accommodation.  There are numerous B & B’s spread around Llandudno, and high quality hotels in the centre of town.  They even offer unique award winning accommodation such as The Lighthouse on the Great Orme, and the Escape Boutique B & B, Llandudno’s first contemporary and stylish B & B set in a Victorian Villa.




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