Need to re-charge those batteries? Our Colwyn Bay cottages offer
a relaxing seaside break whatever the time of year.
The Victorians came here to 'take in the sea air' at
what was considered a most sophisticated resort. Thankfully, Colwyn
Bay retains much charm and exudes a delightful old-fashioned
Wedged between woods and sea, Colwyn Bay sprawls across the
mountainside, its town centre offering shops, restaurants, a
theatre-cum-cinema and fabulous floral displays. It also hosts a
weekly farmers' market - great for provisions for your
Colwyn Bay cottage.
Down at the coast, the sweeping bay takes in the neighbouring
communities of Old Colwyn and Rhos-on-Sea, linked by a broad
promenade and cycle track. This is a wonderful spot to 'take in
the sea air', walk the dog, stroll with a pushchair or enjoy
more vigorous exercise, with slipways to the sea for water sports
including jet skiing. Relax on the beach. Enjoy an ice-cream. Look
out for the ancient chapel of St. Trillo in Rhos. Try off-shore
angling from the pier. Or test your skills on the fairways of three
scenic courses, with wonderful sea views.
Children will love the Tarzan Trail Adventure Playground, not to
mention the adorable snow leopards and cheeky chimps at the Welsh
Mountain Zoo, an award-winning attraction situated high above town.
Eirias Park is also worth a visit, a fifty-acre park with leisure
centre, boating lake, giant rope spider's web and more.
And when you fancy a spot of sightseeing, both Llandudno and
Conwy are a short drive away.