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Prestatyn Market
"The market days you show are incorrect. Market is open Tuesdays and Fridays NOT Monday. Please ammend your records,

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Mountain View Veterinary Clinic
"The only vet in an emergency to put the welfare of a suffering animal above immediate financial gain. This surgery treated a desperately ill cat despite. Me not being able ..." More

Presthaven Sands Holiday Park
"i go to haven presthaven sands a few times a year, we;ve only just come back , we had a great time we booked 2 caravans one for mother in ..." More

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"Prestatyn Golf Club is one of the best links courses in Wales. You can play the greens throughout the years and its easy on the legs - D L JONES ..." More

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Prestatyn is often referred to as the gateway to the North Wales coastline, a town with a history that dates back to prehistoric times, in Anglo Saxon times it was known as Prestetone which means a settlement where two or more priests reside. Some thirty miles away is Chester and there is evidence in Prestatyn that the Romans were also billeted here, a Roman Bath House was excavated in the mid 1980ís and is still visible today, tucked away in a residential area. After the Romans left it was the turn of the Normans however there is very little evidence of their occupation today. It was however the railways that brought tourists to the area, the opening of the Chester to Holyhead rail line ensured that Prestatyn was to become a popular destination. Those first tourists in the late 18th century from the mill towns of Liverpool and Manchester had heard that the air and sunshine would cure all manner of ills, they journeyed to North Wales in their droves to enjoy the experience. Prestatyn proved particularly attractive, miles of golden sands and dunes, a pleasant stroll into the town centre leading up from the beach and for the really fit there was the steep climb to the hill overlooking the town that provides excellent panoramic views across the River Dee and the River Mersey towards Liverpool or further up the coast to Blackpool whilst closer the Little Orme out near Llandudno is clearly visible. Prestatyn has plenty to offer both the tourist and resident, its rail link with the national network ensures ease of commuting and access by road is relatively easy. From seaside to hillside Prestatyn provides a wide variety of leisure activities.


D B Financial Services Ltd
Smith Harold


Central Beach
Roman Bath House


Inglenook Cottage
Pen Y Frith


ASB White Cross Dental Care
Gables Dental Practice
The Dental Surgery


Central Surgery
Meliden Community Centre
Park House Surgery
Seabank Surgery

Estate Agent

Beresford Adams
Peter Large
Reeds Rains Estate Agents

Golf Club

St Melyd

Holiday Park

Lido Beach
Pontins - Prestatyn Sands Holiday Park

Prestatyn Sands Holiday Centre
Presthaven Sands Holiday Park


Prestatyn Market

Pub and Bar

Jolly Sailor
Melyd Arms
Royal Victoria


Bistro D'alba
Ruan Orchid


Melyd County Primary School
Penmorfa County Primary School
Prestatyn High School
Y Llys County Primary School


G Lloyd Jones & Co


C Cabs
Dianes Cars
G Cabs
Mikes Taxi
Roberts Taxis Ltd


Mountain View Veterinary Clinic

Sports Clubs

Prestatyn CC (Cricket)



Dell's Florist
Pritchards Pharmacy
T Morrice Evans
Bonne Amie
Rowlands Pharmacy
The Beauty Spot
Senior Computers

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Halcyon Quest Hotel (0.45 miles)

Halcyon Quest Hotel

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This family hotel/public house features a well-stocked bar, a sunny beer garden with ample seating and an off-road private car park at the front and to the rear of the building.

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Beaches Hotel (0.50 miles)

Beaches Hotel

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The Beaches Hotel is a Seafront 70 all en-suite Luxury bedroomed Hotel with its own Heated Indoor Swimming Pool and Leisure suite.Half an Hours Drive from Chester, and just over ... More

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Barratts of Tyn Rhyl (3.25 miles)

Barratts of Tyn Rhyl
Welcome to Barratts, a 4 star accommodation with a renowned restaurant and the oldest house in Rhyl. We are situated away from the tourist area, yet are still close to all the major attractions that ... More | visit website
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Kensington Hotel (3.54 miles)

Kensington Hotel

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A small comfortable family run non smoking hotel, prominatley situated on the sea front of Rhyl, A 2 minute walk from the town-centre and walking distance from the train station. ... More

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Westminster Hotel (3.56 miles)

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Rhyl's largest & premier hotel, positioned on the seafront, adjacent to the main shopping centre and all promenade attractions. Having been sympathetically restored to its former glory, but still offering ... More

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Premier Inn Rhuddlan (4.18 miles)

Premier Inn Rhuddlan
Ideally located within easy reach of the A55. For shops and local amenities Rhuddlan town centre is only 2 miles away. Conveniently situated for Rhyl train station. Our Rhuddlan Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, incredibly ... More | visit website
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Bodlonfa Hall (4.39 miles)

Bodlonfa Hall

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Bodlonfa Hall Country House offers tranquill accomodation set in an Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with an idylic rural position enjoying far reaching views over the North Wales countryside and ... More

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Talardy Hotel (5.44 miles)

Talardy Hotel

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This unique hotel rests in the picturesque Saint Asaph, perfectly placed for exploring the surrounding countryside, a short drive from the beaches of the coast. The Talardy Hotel caters for a wide ... More

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Tan-yr-Onnen (5.44 miles)


Tan-yr-Onnen offers quality bed and breakfast (B&B) accommodation near St. Asaph at the head of the Vale of Clwyd in North Wales. This bed and breakfast is set in a rural location, just off the ... More | visit website

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Plas Elwy Hotel (5.64 miles)

Plas Elwy Hotel

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This small, friendly, family run hotel provides modern facilities whilst retaining the character and atmosphere of a property dating back to 1850.
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