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The Beaches Hotel
Prestatyn, Denbighshire

 

 
Description
 

The ideal base for a holiday in North Wales, Beaches Hotel overlooks Prestatyn's Blue Flag Central Beach. Originally built as a Yacht Club, and later a Golf Club, the building includes the original sea wall. The Hotel was substantially rebuilt in the 1990's and is now being transformed, by the new Irish owners, into a friendly, comfortable, home from home for all visitors to Prestatyn. All our rooms have been lovingly rejuvinated with the fresh, clean colours of the beach. Beaches Hotel enjoys a unique position in Prestatyn so that all our rooms have views of the beach and Irish sea, or the Prestatyn hills. For special occasions and celebrations we offer a selection of superior Sea View rooms. We also have a large honeymoon room with bay windows overlooking the Sea. For less mobile guests we have a lift to all the floors and there is easy access to the Promenade Bar and Patio area on the first floor using the lift. The large, modern, indoor pool and spa and the fully equipped gym offer plenty of scope for active entertainment in inclement weather. Weddings and celebrations can also be held in the large restaurant which can seat up to 60 in the restaurant in the bay window area or 80 in the far end of the restaurant for any function.

 
Rooms From
 
£56
 
Number of Rooms
 
65
 
Contact Details
 

Beach Road East
Prestatyn
Denbighshire
LL19 7LG
Wales

 
 
 

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