PrestatynPrestatyn is a town in Denbighshire, on the north coast of Wales. It is the most easterly of the holiday resorts on the north Wales coast, and so is convenient for day trips from the cities of Liverpool and Manchester in north-west England.
By trainPrestatyn Railway Station is situated on the Holyhead Branch of the West Coast Mainline. Direct services to and from London Euston are provided by Virgin Trains, with Arriva Trains Wales operating frequent trains to and from Chester, Crewe, Manchester, Birmingham and across North Wales. Arriva also provides services every day to and from Cardiff and South Wales via Shrewsbury and Hereford.
Local Bus services are provided by ARRIVA Cymru.
National Express operates a number of coach services to and from Prestatyn Bus Station, which connect with its vast UK wide network.
By carPrestatyn is on the A548 Chester to Llanrwst road. It is also just 10 minutes' drive from the A55 Expressway which runs the length of the North Wales coastline.
Roberts Taxisphone: +44 1745 888444address: 14B High Street
North Hoyle Wind FarmYou will see wind farms wherever you go in Wales but North Hoyle is different. This is the first major offshore wind farm in UK waters, and is located around 5 miles out to sea from Prestatyn.
Roman Helmet Sculptureaddress: Hillside Gardens, Fforddlas, PrestatynRoman Helmet Sculpture, representing the Start or Finish of Offa's Dyke National Trail. Located in Hillside Gardens, with its fantastic views of Prestatyn town, the North Wales Coast and Wind Farms. It can be reached on foot or by car from Prestatyn Town Centre. The more adventurous walkers, can continue following the Offa's Dyke Markers, and head up onto the off road section of the path,where more amazing views can be found.
Roman Bath Houseaddress: Melyd Avenue, PrestatynGenuine example of a Roman bath house, only a small site, little bigger than the size of a house. There is a helpful display, that explains the functionality of the baths, and some benches to sit and ponder the scene from millennia ago. Not easy to find, set amidst a housing estate, and with limited parking, perhaps best to visit on foot.
The Gopthe second-largest neolithic mound in Britain
- Other trails starting and/or finishing in the town are the North Wales Path, Clwydian Way and Dee Way.
BeachesPrestatyn's most famous tourist attraction is its beach. The town's central beach has been awarded the Blue Flag, the only Denbighshire beach with the accolade.
The Suhail Tandoori Indian Restaurantphone: +44 1745 856829address: 12 Bastion Rd
phone: +44 872 435 0202address: Central Beach
phone: +44 1745 853072address: Beach Rd E.