Colwyn Bay is a town and seaside resort located within the county borough Conwy on the North Wales coast. Situated on the A55 road, Colwyn Bay is easily accessible and enjoys many great attractions.
There are many amazing sites around Colwyn Bay, including the fabulous beaches and the Victoria Pier. Also nearby is Eirias Park, where you can enjoy many relaxing afternoons either having a casual stroll or using the facilities of the Colwyn Leisure Centre, including a six lane swimming pool featuring a water slide, as well as a fitness suite, health suite, sauna, steam room and spa pool.
The town is also located by the Welsh Mountain Zoo, known locally as Colwyn Bay Zoo, a zoological garden with exhibitions including the new Sealion Rock, featuring California Sea Lions and a pair of Snow Leopards. Colwyn Bay is also a fairtrade town, so you can enjoy your stay in the knowledge you are helping a great ecological concern.
Welsh Mountain Zoo, Colwyn Bay, Conwy LL28 5UY (01492) 532 938
Overlooking Colwyn Bay, the Welsh Mountain Zoo covers 37 acres and houses a variety of animals, including snow leopards, brown bears and Sumatran tigers.
The zoo hosts daily events, from bird displays to sea lion feeding and training and is open all year round.
Bodnant Garden, Tal-y-Cafn, Nr Colwyn Bay LL28 5RE (01492) 650460
Located in an area of outstanding beauty, Bodnant Garden spans 80 acres and consists of terraced gardens and a wild garden.
Open throughout the year, Bodnant Garden hosts Magnolias in spring, water lilies in summer and varying shades of foliage in autumn.