Towyn is located on the North Wales coast between Rhyl and Abergele and is the ideal location for easy access to all that beautiful North Wales has to offer which include historic towns, lovely Snowdonia, castles, tiny hillside villages, big coastal resorts, nature reserves, lakes, rivers, elegant seaside towns and award-winning beaches. We are just a very short drive to the A55 expressway which has direct links to the M56 - M6 motorway network and from the ferries at Holyhead to Ireland which connects with direct rail links.

Towyn itself is a small seaside resort but has extensive local facilities all within walking distance some of which include; Many shops, bars & restaurants, family cabaret entertainment clubs, open market days, Tir Prince racing, bingo and two premier fairground parks which offer a wide range of rides and activities for all the family! Towyn is a great place to stay if you want to explore the whole of North Wales.


Just a short drive away, Wales's largest seaside resort is a great place to visit at any time of the year. Gardens and beaches. Irresistable shopping, bars and restaurants, world-class theatre, a great choice of attractions and a packed calendar of events are just some of the things that make this town such a big hit.


Famed for its medieval castle and town walls and also with Snowdonia as a backdrop, its little wonder this charming historic town is so popular. Great places to eat, boat trips on the estuary, historic houses and an excellent range of year-round events including a Honey Fair that's been running for a staggering 700 years.

Colwyn Bay

Colwyn Bay and Rhos-on-Sea have fabulous shopping areas and are close to the renowned Welsh Mountain Zoo, several golf courses and plenty of places to walk and climb. Snowdonia, the Isle of Anglesey, castles and National Trust properties are all close by. The area also boasts a leisure centre at Eirias, gardens, bowling greens, tennis courts and an athletics stadium.

Rhyl & Prestatyn

Experience Rhyl's amazing Suncentre and see many of the attractions on offer. There is The Crown Green Bowling Centre, Sea-Life Centre, Rhyl's Children's Village, Multtplex Cinema and the 80 metre high Skytower. There are three sports centres, indoor bowls at North Wales Bowls Centre Prestatyn, outdoor crown green bowls tournaments in Rhyl and four golf courses set in stunning Welsh countryside. Tennis courts, windsurfing, sailing, cricket, swimming, squash, lake fishing at Bodelwyddan, sea fishing at Rhyl, gliding at nearby Rhuallt or cycle one of the many routes around the resort area. For walkers there are many coast and country trails and the start of the famous Offa's Dyke path which runs from Prestatyn in the north to Chepstow in the south of Wales.