Quite apart from the untouched stretch of sandy beach just across the road from the hotel, when you stay at Rhos on Sea Golf Club you have a variety of interesting things to do while visiting, ranging from the quirky to the awe-inspiring. Here are a few ideas;


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Conwy Castle

One of Edward I’s defence castles, Conwy is a magnificent example of a medieval fortress and holds many events through the year.
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The Home Front Museum

This tiny but well thought-out presentation gives us an idea of what life was like for the people at home during the war years. Well worth a visit!
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Llandudno

A famous seaside holiday destination, Llandudno offers a great day out for the family. Ride the tram or the cable car, go for a spin on the ski slope or toboggan, enjoy the varied restaurants, take the land train around the Marine Drive or enjoy the wildlife on the Great Orme.
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St. Trillo’s Chapel

This tiny chapel can be found on the foreshore of Rhos on Sea. Its alter is built over the site of a pre-Christian holy well.
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Bodnant Gardens and Welsh Food Centre

Located in the Conwy Valley this is a place to enjoy the fantastic landscaped and wild gardens and then stock up on some of Wales’ best food and drink products.
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Surf Snowdonia

If you don’t mind venturing a bit further afield go and see the spectacular man-made wave machine in action in the mountains of Snowdonia. If you like surfing then grab a board and jump in!
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Eirias Park

Conwy County’s premier sporting and non-sporting facility, you can swim, play tennis or bowls, enjoy the fitness and health suite or simply enjoy the gardens and children’s playground.
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The Welsh Mountain Zoo

With panoramic views and breathtaking scenery, what better place to meet and learn about the range of animals that live in this North Wales haven.