Surrounding Presthaven Sands you are close to many of North Wales best attractions.
The Snowdonia National Park has the highest mountain in England and Wales, so why not ride the Snowdon Mountain Railway to the very top.
Take the kids out to one of the many attractions around and within a short drive.
Anglesey Sea Zoo - Anglesey’s leading, all weather family attraction. Come and see marine life up close.
Chester Zoo - is home to over 21,000 endangered and exotic animals, 500 different animal species in 125 acres.
Snowdon Mountain Railway - as you leave the station your train will begin the journey upwards to the clouds, a journey experienced by some 12 million intrepid travellers since 1896.
Welsh Mountain Zoo - is set in North Wales, high above Colwyn Bay with panoramic views and breathtaking scenery.
Conwy Castle - was built by Edward I during his conquest of Wales between 1283 and 1289. One of the best examples of a 13th-century castle. Used originally to guard the River Conwy where it meets the Irish Sea. During the civil war the castle played a key role first as a royalist stronghold, but was eventually take by the parliamentary forces, then Slighted (put beyond military use ) by order of parliament. Today Conwy Castle is a major tourist attraction.
Snowdonia National Park - North Wales most likely the best mountain ranges in the UK. A small railway will take you to the top of Snowdon. Home to over 25,000 people, half of which speak Welsh as a first language.
The Welsh Highland Heritage Railway - runs from Caernarfon down to Porthmadog, an impressive 25 miles, making it the UK’s longest heritage railway. Staring from Porthmadog (WHHR) Station, just across the road from Porthmadog’s main line (Cambrian Coast) railway station, and gets back in about an hour. It is hauled by a steam locomotive, when available.
Great Orme Mines - known as the largest prehistoric copper mine of its kind the Great Orme Mines date from during the Bronze Age using the most basic of equipment. Copper was mined here for many years until around the 19th-century. When bone tools and stone hammers have been found here, now open to the public and makes for some great outdoor fun.
This year has been a record year for holidays in the UK next year is expected to be even better.