68 Colwyn Avenue, Rhos on Sea, Conwy, LL28 4NN
Landline: 01492 548576 Mobile: 07864 844485
Rhos on Sea - "A village by the sea" - remaining unspoilt and still a relatively well kept secret!!
In a nutshell. - "Small is beautiful" in this charming seaside village located between big brothers Llandudno and Colwyn Bay.
If only all seaside towns could be like this – neat, pristine and peaceful. The long seafront walkway from Colwyn Bay takes in Rhos-on-Sea’s breakwater, where a little harbour has an atmosphere reminiscent of a West Wales coastal village.
As well as a Co-Operative and Spar food store open 7 days a week till late, Rhos also has:
* an excellent butchers selling locally produced meat as well as home made sausages
* an Organic/Health food shop
* a Delicatessen offering cheeses and locally produced bread and pies etc
* a Bakery selling fresh bread, pies and cream cakes
* a Friday Country market selling locally produced jams, chutneys ready prepared meals, cakes, biscuits etc
* a Green Grocer's with a large selection of locally produced fruit and vegetables and specialised food products
With many other interesting shops, pavement cafes, pubs, several places to eat, the famous Harlequin Puppet Theatre and the historical St Trillo's Church, there's always something to do.
There are no less than 25 historic sites to discover on foot via the Rhos on Sea Heritage Trail. The sweeping promenade fringes a naturally sheltered bay that's perfect for pottering, paddling, kite flying and beach combing. Winter or summer it's a splendid walk (or jog!) and cycle path for people of all ages.
A delightful harbour created by the breakwater is home to many small boats with daily fishing trips during the season and excellent launch facilities for day visitors.
Directions from Chester A55
From the A55 take Junction 22, exit towards Old Colwyn/Hen Golwyn/A547
Turn right towards the Promenade
Turn left at the Promenade
Pass the pier, the Toad Hall pub, and the Cayley embankment
Continue along the promenade and into Rhos on Sea
Pass the small harbour on the right.
Then passing the children's play area on your left.
Take the first left into Colwyn Ave.
St Davids is the 2nd House on the left.
Sat Nav Postcode: LL28 4NN
Places to Visit
How seaside towns were meant to be..... this popular Victorian seaside resort, with it's cable car and tram up to the summit of the Great Orme is only 4 miles away.
THE WELSH MOUNTAIN ZOO, COLWYN BAY
Home to a huge collection of species expertly cared for in its hillside setting.
One of the most impressive and admired gardens in Britain.
BETWYS-Y-COED AND SWALLOW FALLS
Approximately 35 miles away from Rhos is a stunning series of waterfalls located off the A5 between Betws-y-Coed and Capel Curig. SWALLOW FALLS has become a familiar natural celebrity over the past 100 years and has featured on film, postcard and canvas.
CONWY AND CONWY CASTLE
Aproximately 6 miles away from Rhos, 10 mins away by car, and with attractive shops and cobbled streets. It's 12th century castle is one of the most picturesque of Welsh castles and a masterpiece of medieval military architecture.
Approximately 35 miles away from Rhos is beautiful Snowdonia, ideal for walking, mountain biking and climbing. There are castles to explore, narrow gauge railways, and some great golf courses. Explore the lakes and rivers, take the train up to the top of Mount Snowdon - it's just one big outdoor adventure.
This easily accessible, unique island with its coastal walks, varied beaches and historical towns and castle make it a great day out.