A short 20 minute drive away from us is the fabulous, continuing development of Colwyn Bay Promenade and Porth Eirias. With a watersports centre, restaurant, a modern outdoor children's playground and plenty more throughout the surrounding area, you'll find something to entertain you and your family and friends all year long and whatever the weather.
Colwyn Bay Watersports Centre offers plenty to keep the whole family entertained including sailing, paddle boards, windsurfing and powerboat classes, team building sessions, group bookings for families and friends and lots more. All of this takes place on a stunning, blue flag award winning beach, just one of many award winning beaches in North Wales. Click here to take a look at the website and find out more.
Bryn Williams restaurant at Porth Eirias is surrounded by breathtaking views. Call in for breakfast, a light lunch, an afternoon tea, an evening meal or a drink from the bar. With local produce, fresh seafood and a varied menu with something for everyone, plus a wide selection of cocktails, local beers from the Great Orme Brewery and more, you really are spoilt for choice. For more information, including opening times and menus, please click here to visit the website.
Colwyn Bay has lots more to offer you during your day out. Theatr Colwyn has live shows and film screenings throughout the year, there are stunning areas of national beauty everywhere you look which have not gone unnoticed and have secured the area 8 gold awards from Wales in Bloom. You can spend your day walking through parks and gardens, doing a spot of shopping, enjoying local food and drink, riding the many local cycle routes...the list seems endless!
If you would like to take a walk around and immerse yourself in the local history, you can download one of two maps of Colwyn Bay's Heritage Trail by clicking here or collect one from Colwyn Bay Library. The trail starts at the library and takes you around various places of local interest including Rydal Penrhos School, the Queens Gardens and War Memorial and the former Metropole Hotel. Colwyn Bay was important to the war effort during the Second World War, as the government moved key staff out of London, and the Heritage Walks take you through this important part of local and national history.
There has been over £52 million spent on Colwyn Bay's regeneration so far, with over £11 million of this being spent on Porth Eirias. Further regeneration is planned for the future so this lovely Welsh bay is a must see on your visit to Pen-y-Bryn Farm. For more information about Porth Eirias, please click here. To find out more about staying in one of our four holiday cottages or large farmhouse, please click here. To see our availability calendar, please click here. We look forward to welcoming you to Pen-y-Bryn Farm and all that North Wales has to offer.