After a trip around Penrhyn castle we stopped here for some lunch (gorgeous!) We then lay on the quiet beach whilst the kids went rock pooling...bliss! The bay is quiet with just a few shops/cafes and restaurants. The tide was out, so my youngest was busy burying her dad whilst the others went exploring. The views are beautiful, highly recommend.
Visited for a couple of hours over the school Easter holidays. A beautiful sandy beach and a little harbour for the fishing boats. A lovely park on the seafront for small children and a paddling pool for the summer months. There are some cafes and restaurants that all looked lovely and small shops for any essentials. We walked along the... 更多
Very clean, toilets available, next to ice cream, cafes and shops. Safe for all children as it is in a small bay. Get there early as parking is a little more difficult on a good day.
I walked to her from Llandudno last week. I found all the shops very interesting and the cafes were serving good wholesome food and reasonable prices. The view over the small harbour was the icing on the cake, I shall return
It has been a very long time since I last visited Wales, in fact it is more years than I care to remember. It simply took my breath away and it is not often that, that happens to me - I would definitely like to come here again and it's just down the road by car from Llandudno and Colwyn... 更多
On an overcast day, mild for January, we strolled down the promenade taking the sea air. What a surprise to see people enjoying the beach in mid winter and the new sea defences, breakwaters and groynes, put in place since our last visit. Three years ago I commented here on the disgraceful state of the toilets on the front. Well... 更多