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294 unique holiday lettings from 29 providers are available in Colwyn Bay with prices beginning at £29 per night. By comparing these properties, HomeToGo highlights the lowest prices and the most popular properties in Colwyn Bay.
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The weather in Colwyn Bay
The above is a climate diagram for Colwyn Bay. July is the warmest month of the year in Colwyn Bay with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 19°. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 4°. According to the climate diagram, January is the rainiest month of the year in Colwyn Bay.
A holiday cottage in Colwyn Bay is a breath of fresh air
Stay in a period house or cosy farmyard cottage in Colwyn Bay for easy access to an area that’s been a popular holiday destination since the Victorian age. With its long swathe of sandy beach and the surrounding deciduous woodland, Colony Bay always makes for a memorable holiday.
Eating out in Colwyn Bay: Seafood, traditional meals, and more
Whether you want simple fare such as traditional fish & chips, or something more sophisticated, you won’t be disappointed in Colwyn Bay. Enjoy views over the promenade and locally caught seafood at Bryn Williams at Porth Eirias, or try one of the restaurants in the town’s winding back streets. If you’re looking for some fresh ingredients to cook back at your Colwyn Bay accommodation, Arundale's specialises in locally sourced produce.
Enjoy the great outdoors in Colwyn Bay
Colwyn Bay is all about beaches and fresh air. Follow the breezy promenade or cycle over the headland. Walk around Queens Gardens for some relaxation, and for a glimpse of modern North Wales, head to Mostyn for contemporary art exhibitions.
If you can draw yourself from the beach, a trip to the local town of Conwy is a must. Here, you’ll find the great Conwy Castle, which boasts dramatic views.
Sand, golf, and wild animals
The award-winning beach in Colwyn Bay is a great place for family days out, with a pretty coastal track and water sports. You’ll find a quieter beach at Rhos-on-Sea, where kids will be entertained by the Harlequin Puppet Theatre.
While the crazy golf course nearby will keep them busy for a few hours, for a full day out, head to the Welsh Mountain Zoo, where you’ll come face-to-face with endangered animals from around the world.
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