Prestatyn is the most easterly of the North Wales coastal resorts. It’s a relaxed seaside resort with wonderful views. Perfect for younger families, it has the hills of North Wales at its back, which protect it and give it a distinctly favourable climate all of its own.
You can enjoy miles of award winning sandy beaches, or admire the award winning Coronation Gardens in Prestatyn or Botanical Gardens in close by Rhyl. In Rhyl also, there are daytime events and attractions for all the family, and in the evening you can enjoy the many clubs and pubs, a visit to the theatre or cinema, or a meal in one of the many eating places.Accommodation at Prestatyn Sands is available in 3 grades:
- Club, comes with additional benefits like free electricity, free bed linen, towels, digital TV and a free newspaper each day.
- Classic accommodation also includes bedlinen and is generally closer to the central amenities of the Park.
- Popular Accommodation, is value accommodation with colour TV, a fitted kitchen, and bed linen is available to hire.
For an extra charge you could, if you wanted, stay half-board and have breakfast and an evening meal in the restaurant.
There’s a convenience store on the Park, so no need to bring shopping with you, also a pub, a couple of diners, a fish and chip shop and other shops, including a hire shop.Prestatyn Sands Holiday Park has lots to keep even the youngest members of the family amused. Qualified staff supervise activities, so you can relax and watch as they try bungee trampolining, or zoom around Captain Croc’s Driving School. For quieter moments they can try Crazy Colouring Capers or have their faces painted.
There’s plenty for the rest of the family as well, with Kwik Cricket or Volleyball for the really energetic holidaymakers, Line Dancing or Salsa lessons, just as energetic, perhaps, or there’s the pool for Family Aquafit.
Also in the pool you can try to walk on water in giant bubbles called Water Walkerz or enter a swimming competition. The little ones will be happy splashing in the children’s pool.
In or out of the water there are many more free activities to enjoy on the Park, and the Pontins Bluecoats will be there to entertain you in the evenings, with their stage shows, dancing and talent competitions and some live cabaret.If you fancy a day out there’s no shortage of places to go in North Wales. You might drive or take a train to Llandudno and ride on the cable tram ride to the top of the Great Orme, and maybe join a tour to see the old copper mines deep inside the rock, or explore the medieval looking narrow streets, quayside and castle of Conwy and see Britain’s smallest house. There are also plenty of other castles to see within reach of Prestatyn.
On or off the Park, there’s so much to do when you spend a holiday at Prestatyn Sands that you’ll probably need to come back.
Pontins Prestatyn Sands Holiday Park has the following types of accommodation.
The following facilities are available at Pontins Prestatyn Sands Holiday Park. Some facilities may not be available low season and some may be subject to a small fee.