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Rhyl, situated in Denbighshire, is a popular seaside resort town situated on the Irish Sea. The town has been popular as a seaside getaway for a number of years, with visitors traveling from North West England and Wales. The town can be easily accessed by rail as well as by road. It can also be accessed through Holyhead via a ferry. Visitors will find there is a range of accommodation options located in Rhyl and the local area. There are also numerous shops and dining options for visitors who are interested in visiting Rhyl. Book Rhyl hotels, Rhyl Bed and Breakfasts or other Rhyl accommodation below.
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The Marlborough Hotel And Flatlets
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The Marlborough Hotel And Flatlets
16 East Parade, Rhyl, LL18 3AG  Show on map
Phone: +44 (0)1745 353036
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£19.00£38.00
 
  
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Kensington Hotel
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Kensington Hotel
17 East Parade, Rhyl, LL18 3AG  Show on map
Score 6.6 from 52 reviews
Phone: +44 (0)1745 331868


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£30.00£30.00
 
2 Stars 
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Westminster Hotel
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Westminster Hotel
East Parade, Rhyl, LL18 3AH  Show on map
Score 7.8 from 110 reviews
Phone: +44 (0)1745 342241


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£45.00£45.00
 
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The Welsh seaside town of Rhyl is located within the Welsh county of Denbighshire. The town is located on the shores of the River Clwyd within the northeastern part of Wales. To the west of the town is the area that is known as Kinmel Bay and the resort town of Towyn is located slightly further to the west of the Rhyl. The town of Rhyl has a population of about twenty four thousand.

The town of Rhyl is a very popular tourist resort and it attracts people from all over Wales and also from the northwestern part of England. The town of Rhyl is easy to access and can be accessed by air, sea, rail and also by road. The town can be reached by air from Liverpool Airport and by sea from Holyhead.

The town of Rhyl was once an elegant little Victorian resort and during this time it attracted a vast number of people from Manchester and Liverpool. Since 1990 the town has dramatically declined in population however recently it has started to attract people again due to the major investment that is happening within the town.

The town of Rhyl currently has a few regeneration projects in the planning in an attempt to attract more visitors to the town. One of these projects was the Ocean Plaza which cost over fifty eight million to build and it was built on the site where the fun fair that was known as Ocean Beach was once located. Other projects that are in the planning are to reopen the towns' miniature railway and the train will travel around the Marine Lake.

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