In Rhyl, there is a vast array of holiday accommodation no matter what your taste, requirements or budget. The seafront parade is lined with hotels, B&Bs and guesthouses, often located in charming Victorian and Edwardian buildings. Here, a room with a sea view is easy to come by, as well as family rooms and studio apartments. In most hotels and guesthouses, you can be sure of en suite rooms, WiFi internet access, minibars and coffee/tea makers.
If you prefer contemporary comfort, there are also newly-built modern hotels in the town, representing well-known national chains, with restaurants attached.
Above all, Rhyl offers variety and choices for holiday accommodation, whether in the busy summer months or the more tranquil times out of season.
Perhaps you would rather be away from the hustle and bustle of Rhyl itself, while close enough to enjoy its amenities? In that case, in the surrounding area inland, around the towns of Denbigh, Ruthin and Mold, there are attractive country pubs with accommodation, set in beautiful surroundings, where you can relax and enjoy expertly-cooked, locally-sourced food.
For a touch of luxury, there is a fabulous four star Victorian hotel with three spa tubs, only forty minutes from Rhyl.
In Rhyl itself, there are many attractions for your entertainment, leisure, relaxation, health and fitness, both indoors and outside in the fresh seaside air. There is holiday accommodation of all sorts minutes away from this wealth of activity and enjoyment. Once you arrive, it would be possible to have a brilliant holiday within walking distance of your room.
On the other hand, Rhyl is the perfect centre to travel further afield and experience the sights and wonders of North Wales, setting out each morning from the comfort of your hotel or guesthouse.
Some of the hotels at the cheaper end of the price range serve only breakfast and others provide evening meals — the choice is yours. If you are eating out in Rhyl town there are many cafes, bars and restaurants which offer a whole range of cuisines, both local and international, and a variety of price options.
If you like fine dining, then Rhyl will not disappoint. For instance, there is a four star hotel in the town with a reputation for lovingly-prepared cuisine, awarded two AA rosettes for culinary excellence.
In summer, Rhyl hosts a number of festivals and events, so you could book your holiday to coincide with, or indeed avoid, these popular times. There is the Rhyl Airshow, Proms on the Prom, and TV and radio roadshows. There is also a triathlon festival if you are feeling energetic in September.