Local Attractions In Prestatyn
Near The Beaches Hotel in North Wales
The Beaches Hotel is ideally located just a 15 minute walk from Prestatyn town, under an hour from Chester and within close proximity of a wide range of attractions in Prestatyn and the wider North Wales area.
Prestatyn and North Wales is steeped in rich history with a range of wonderful attractions, architectural delights, historic castles, and breath-taking scenery dotted along the North Wales Coast and many within easy access of us here at The Beaches Hotel.
You don’t have to go too far to discover the beauty of Prestatyn with the fabulous Barkby Beach greeting you when you step off our doorstep. The long sandy beach connects with Blue Flag Prestatyn Central beach has rocky breakwaters, a wide promenade, is ideal for walks and picnics and is flanked by the sand dunes and grass of Gronant. This is a site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and is a formal conservation designation.
The City of Chester is situated just under an hour’s drive from us here in Prestatyn and is well worth the trip. A visit to the ancient city is truly a breath-taking experience and full of attractions to be viewed and enjoyed including the largest Roman Amphitheatre in Britain, a 1000-year-old Cathedral with Europe’s finest example of medieval carvings, the oldest racecourse and much more.
Why Stay With Us
Stay with us at the beautiful Beaches Hotel where there is an abundance of local attractions to choose from. Your only problem will be trying to pack them all in during your stay with us. After a busy day exploring all that North Wales has to offer, return to the warmth of The Beaches Hotel and enjoy the finest of cuisine, service and accommodation and fall asleep to the sounds of the sea in one of our stylish guestrooms.
We have brought you a list of recommended local attractions and things to see in Prestatyn and North Wales below.
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Experience Attractions in North Wales
The Beaches Hotel is the Perfect Base
Barkby Beach & Prestatyn Central
Located directly outside our Hotel is the stunning Barkby Beach and Prestatyn Central Beach. This long, sandy beach has rocky breakwaters and a wide promenade and ideal for picnics.Read More
Gronant Sand Dunes
The Gronant Sand Dunes, a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), stretch from Prestatyn to Talacre Beach and the iconic Point of Ayr lighthouse.Read More
Prestatyn is a seaside town and community in Denbighshire, Wales. Historically a part of Flintshire, it is located on the Irish Sea coast, to the east of Rhyl.Read More
Experience the range of Castles located near The Beaches Hotel and experience breathtaking views and the locations which are rich in history.Read More
Just a 10 minute drive away from The Beaches Hotel is this stunning beauty spot, Dyserth Waterfall.Read More
Isle of Anglesey
The Isle of Anglesey is an island in Wales, off the mainland's northwest coast. It's known for its beaches and ancient sites.Read More
This man-made lake which is fed by water from the sea dates back to 1895 when it was originally used as a fair attraction to attract the many visitors who flocked to Rhyl.Read More
Tucked away between 42 and 42a Melyd Avenue, in a residential area of Prestatyn are the remains of a Roman Bath House.Read More
Beginning & End Sculpture
Known locally as the 'Polo Mint', the 'Beginning and End / Dechrau a Diwedd' sculpture, stands proudly at 6 meters tall on Prestatyn Central Beach, only a short distance from The Beaches Hotel.READ MORE
The Prestatyn area has an abundance of wonderful walks for you to enjoy during your stay with us here at The Beaches Hotel.READ MORE
Bodnant Garden, a National Trust site, is a place of beauty, peace and tranquility and well worth a visit when in North Wales.READ MORE