The Pier Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews The Pier Hotel Rhyl
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... Llangollen and had lunch at a cafe on the Dee river, before climbing up the other side of the river to see the horses where the horse-drawn canal boat trips leave from. We didn't want to do a trip because we felt bad about the horse having to pull the boat along, but we saw that the horses didn't have to pull very *******ce the boat was moving, and the horses seemed to be healthy and well cared for. We still didn't do the trip though. On our way again ...
... and was once visited by Queen Victoria. As slate is common in the area a special bed was made by local craftsmen for the visit. Apparently the queen thought the bed looked like a tomb and opted to sleep in a more comfortable room! The castle is opulent and the rooms on display have guides that provide lots of interesting information. The highlight though was a lovely lunch in the tea rooms with an excellent hot chocolate and a bucket load of ...
... is the second largest offshore wind farm in the world. The mind boggles when thinking about how they accomplished this feat! The drive to Snowdon National Park is very picturesque as the road hugs the spectacular coast before heading inland to the steep slopes of the mountains. Our hotel is opposite the train station that will take us up Mt. Snowdon tomorrow. On our arrival we were greeted by the whistle of the steam train as it took a load of tourists up the ...
... all afternoon but overall the weather was good, cloudy at times but no rain, just as the Bartleys are used to :) Judy picked us up at the other end of the line and we drove an hour back to Llandudno. Although the distances are short the roads are winding and sometimes very narrow, so travel time is much, much longer than we are used to in Australia. A great day again, and another to look forward to ...
... the way. Of course this wouldn't be possible without the support and tolerance of our loved ones - and we don't stop appreciating that. The terrain is changing - slightly flatter today and not many villages that had much of substance, but pleasant countryside nonetheless. A short shower forced a lunch break in Ellesmere which boasts a canal boat marina and a rather push ...