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Pensarn beach is a pleasant long stretch of coast easily reached from the A55 and the nearby railway station. Low-key but with a full range of facilities for all ages, and parking is plentiful and free! Great for walks all year, its pebbles give way...More
While on holiday in a house close to the beach we used the beach everyday, in the sunshine and in the rain and we loved it. The beach is a bit stoney but as the tide goes out there is more sand and shallow water...More
Have been coming here since I was a small child and part of it’s charm is that it hasn’t changed much at all and I love that about it. Great to drive over the railway bridge, park on the beach, have a tea and sandwich...More
Brief part of our visit to Abergele & locality . Sand / shingle , extends some distance , quite wide at high water . Shallow for kids but watch for currents & winds . Few facilities off season , but more beaches / facilities east...More
We loved Pensarn Beach and had many pleasant walks along the beach and promenade. Lovely little cafe where we could purchase Welsh memorabilia and enjoy a delicious coffee. I would recommend this beach, especially in the warmer months of the year.
I frequently call here at weekends and during any holiday time spent in north wales. It has a most relaxing atmosphere , where you can sit back and soak up the north welsh coast line . I enjoy the cafe bars and all that's on...More
Response from Christhers2n71 | Reviewed this property |
Parking on the beach is ok during the day. It would seem to be possible at night , tho' I'ld check with localauthority/Police (any history of vandalism?) You may want to consider possible wave/pebble damage in poor weather... More
Parking on the beach is ok during the day. It would seem to be possible at night , tho' I'ld check with localauthority/Police (any history of vandalism?) You may want to consider possible wave/pebble damage in poor weather conditions.