Denbighshire Beaches and Coast

Denbighshire is in North East Wales and offers busy market towns, fantastic resorts and beautiful countryside combined with centuries of history making it a great spot to enjoy a long holiday or weekend away.

The coast and beaches here are unspoilt and offer many different landscapes to enjoy a day sunbathing, walking, beach combing or just enjoying a family picnic.

There's far too much to do here and the variety of activities available will astound you. Castles, ruins, water parks and tea on a stream train, craft centres and gaols - it's endless! Ride on the canal boats or walk the town walls, lie on the clean beaches or take a donkey ride, meet the sealions, camp in luxury in a yurt, tramp through the gorges or chill in the bird gardens at Pen y Ffrith. It doesn't matter what you do first, as long as you make enough time to do it all!

All Places in Denbighshire

  • Kensington Hotel

    Located right on Rhyl Seafront, with stunning views over the Irish Sea, the family-run Kensington Hotel offers cosy bedrooms and cooked breakfasts. Kensington Hotel is situated on the East Parade, just 300 metres from Rhyl town centre.

  • The Hand Hotel

    The hotel is in Llangollen town centre, looking out over the River Dee. It mixes original character with modern comforts, including free Wi-Fi, free parking and a riverside garden. The Hand Hotel was fully refurbished in early 2010.

  • Abbey Grange Hotel

    Set in 8 acres of idyllic countryside, this charming country hotel offers free Wi-Fi and a large garden area. The market town of Llangollen is just 1.5 miles away. Some of the rooms at Abbey Grange have luxurious four-poster beds.

  • Halcyon Quest Hotel

    This family hotel/public house features a well-stocked bar, a sunny beer garden with ample seating and an off-road private car park at the front and to the rear of the building. Halcyon Quest (H.

  • Gales Of Llangollen

    Situated in one of the oldest streets in Llangollen and a few seconds from the high street, Gales has individual en suite bedrooms. Each room is sympathetically restored in keeping with the historic character of the buildings.

  • Bryn Howel Hotel

    In rural North Wales, Bryn Howel boasts magnificent views across the Vale of Llangollen, an on-site restaurant and free parking. Guests can enjoy cooked breakfasts and evening meals made of fine, locally sourced ingredients.

  • Westminster Hotel

    Located just 50 metres from Rhyl’s promenade and sandy beach, the Westminster Hotel is opposite the White Rose shopping centre. The Westminster has a 24-hour reception and the Sky Tower, a revolving viewpoint tower, is just a 5-minute walk away.

  • The Royal Hotel

    The Royal Hotel is situated on the banks of the River Dee, in the heart of the picturesque town of Llangollen and is one of the landmarks that has come to define this stunning Welsh town.

  • The Raven Inn

    A traditional country pub, The Raven Inn is situated in the heart of the picturesque North Wales village of Llanarmon-yn-Ial. Inside the newly refurbished walls, there is free Wi-Fi access for all guests. There is also free on-site parking.

  • Castle House B&B

    In the ancient walled town of Denbigh, with stunning views of the Clwydian Mountains, Castle House offers luxurious, romantic accommodation, traditional Welsh breakfast. WiFi is available in the main building.

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