Rhyl Tourist Information

Rhyl Beach

Rhyl Beach

A Welsh seaside town, Rhyl is considered to be very ‘English’. Many of its residents are originally from England, and it offers the traditional English seaside experience with an abundance of holiday parks amongst other options for Rhyl accommodation.

Rhyl’s most popular attraction is the Rhyl Sun Centre, which is a family-friendly water park with wave machines, an artificial tropical storm, a surf pool, play pools, slides and flumes. There are also food stalls serving healthy options and typical fast food choices, as well as a sun terrace for sunny days. Also worth a visit is the Rhyl SeaQuarium, which stands close to the coast and offers the chance to see a wide variety of marine life as well as watching twice-a-day sea lion shows.

The town’s miniature railway offers rides near the Marine Lake, and the on-site museum gives children the chance to see associated objects, learn how the trains work and control the signals themselves. Rhyl also features the popular Pavilion Theatre, with shows and performances from world-famous musicians and bands, sporting events and musicals. If you’re planning to visit Rhyl, search our site for special offers and accommodation ratings and reviews. You can compare prices and features, find your perfect property and book online or direct by phone. Search for Rhyl accommodation, and plan a holiday the whole family will be sure to enjoy. 

Michelle is an experienced travel writer with iknow and has travelled extensively across the UK, Spain, Portugal and the USA. When she’s not busy writing for iknow she enjoys spending time touring museums and art galleries and seeking out the best independent shops in Manchester and Leeds.