Barratts of Tyn Rhyl

Address: 167 Vale Road, Rhyl, Denbighshire, North Wales, Wales, LL18 2PH, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 167 Vale Road, Rhyl, is near Bodnant Garden, Smallest House in Britain, Bodelwyddan Castle, and Dyserth Waterfall.
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    Travel Blogs from Rhyl

    Chapter 41 - Epiloge

    A travel blog entry by ace241191 on Aug 10, 2015

    7 photos

    ... thoroughly miserable. The weather wasn't helping either, black clouds with rain splattering against my window. The sky had stolen my tears.

    Shenzhen by contrast, was bright, blue and ridiculously sticky. It certainly was not the time for carrying a full rucksack, suitcase and 2 rucksacks. I was sweating within seconds. Thank goodness the subway in Shenzhen had air conditioning. Then came the moment I had been dreading. The China/ HK border. ...

    One day, three countries!

    A travel blog entry by nmasters on Aug 07, 2015

    17 photos

    ... for the rows, its 2 tier shops, and black and white architecture leading to Eastgate and bridges over the River Dee. To the car, where we decided before we went to Scotland we should cross the border to Wales as were were so close. So we set the GPS for Llangollen and half an hour later we arrived. I'm sure Llangollen is a beautiful place, where we are determined to return to one day, but today, sunny, mid summer, school holidays, ...

    The Great Orme and Dinner

    A travel blog entry by yukonholmes on Aug 05, 2015

    13 photos

    We had a nice breakfast at our B&B (the Morlea) this morning and then went into town. Laura decided to get her ears pierced. That was done by about 12:30. We then bought sandwiches at the deli and then headed towards the "Great Orme". This is the large headland that separates Llandudno from Conwy. It gets its name from the Viking word for serpent (which sounds like "worm") because of how it looks from the sea. The headland rises to about 200 meters above the sea. There are ...

    Thoughts and Musings........

    A travel blog entry by mpraytravelpod on Aug 05, 2015

    ... faucets
    13. 9 McNuggets! What?!
    14. Most stores, in the towns, close by 6 or 7 pm!
    15. No ceiling fans- anywhere!
    16. Penny Presses are still called Penny Presses but take Pence!
    17. Cameras are EVERYWHERE. I was told that England is the "most watched" country in the world.

    The other thing I've come to realize is that we Americans (in general) are pampered-to some extent- by our lifestyles. We have convenience, ...

    Day 9 Crew Green to Chester (44 miles)

    A travel blog entry by sueblaikie on Jun 08, 2014

    5 comments, 5 photos

    ... Canal towpath into Chester where we had booked in to the backpackers hostel for £18 a night. It had been recently taken over by a young and willing Irish guy from Cork who was very helpful, however some of our hostel companions would not have been out of place if they'd been cast in ' One flew out of the Cuckoos nest' However we're here to tell the tale so survived the ...