How to get here

To find out more about Rhyl and the local area or to book your holiday please call us, email or drop in.

If you need further information while you’re planning your holiday or once you are here, contact or visit the Tourist Information Centre. You can call, email or drop in. You can find them at:

Rhyl Tourist Information Centre
The Village, West Promenade, Rhyl
Denbighshire LL18 1HZ
01745 344515 / 01745 355068
01745 342255

The knowledgeable and friendly staff will do all they can to help you plan your visit or make the most out of your stay. They are based on the Children’s Village on the promenade and are open seven days a week throughout the summer season.

You won’t get lost in Rhyl as we stock a good range of OS maps along with many local interest books on walking, cycling and things to do.

If you’re looking for an attraction to visit or what’s on, they have a comprehensive stock of attraction leaflets for the local and regional area along with details on events in Rhyl and the local area.

They can help you with:
– Booking accommodation
– Information and tickets on events
– Providing details of places to visit, attractions to see and things
to do
– Booking local coach tours
– Booking Day Excursions
– Theatre Bookings
– Route and Itinerary planning
– Maps, guidebooks and gifts also for sale

Travel and parking; whether by road or rail, Rhyl is within easy reach.

Travel by road

The A55 expressway has direct links to the M56 and M6 motorways and both resorts have National bus terminals.

Parking is plentiful in Rhyl, where you can park your car right on the beach front or in the centre of town. Our pay and display car parks have room for over 2,500 cars and each have disabled parking spaces available. (Please contact the Tourist Information Centre for a list of public conveniences.)

Travel by train

Rhyl’s station is on the mainline Euston to Holyhead rail network – making connections with Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham, South Wales and the Irish superferries at Mostyn, while Manchester and Liverpool airports are both less than an hour’s drive away.

For train times and fares, please contact National Rail Enquiries on 08457 484950

Travel by ferry

Ferries run daily to Holyhead from Ireland. For sailings and prices contact:
P&O: 0870 2424777
Irish Ferries: 0870 5329129
Stena Line: 0870 5421126

Latest Businesses

Rhyl is full of family run, quality independent businesses, with products and services you just can’t find elsewhere!

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Nestled midway along the beautiful North Wales coast, Rhyl is just off the A55, get off at Jcn 27.

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