The end of summer may be near, but that’s no reason to say bye to the sun! Here are our top 10 places to watch the sunset in North Wales.
Get your camera ready and your Instagram game on – the gorgeous summer sunsets in North Wales are certainly not to be missed! Nothing beats marking the end of a sunny September day with a poignant view of that glorious sun, and we certainly know the best spots to watch the sunset here in our favourite place.
Whether you’re high up in the clouds among the region’s many mountain ranges or chilling on the beach after a day in the sand, there’s plenty of photo opportunities to catch the last of the rays here in beautiful North Wales.
Best places to watch the sunset in North Wales
Be a sunset warrior and be sure to head to these local hotspots where you can enjoy a drink (or two!) underneath the beautiful setting sun:
1. Beach Hut Cafe & Bar, Prestatyn
Only a pebble’s throw from the award-winning Blue Flag Beach of Prestatyn, the Beach Hut Cafe & Bar is open for outdoor dining and drinks, as well as takeaways and indoor service.
2. Kite Surf Cafe, Rhyl
Put your feet up and enjoy the view from this gorgeous beachfront cafe on Rhyl’s waterfront. Expect fresh coffee, ice creams, hot waffles, cookie dough, legendary gins and fine beers – all while you watch the wealth of watersports going on in the Marina!
3. 1891 Restaurant, Rhyl
Combine cuisine and culture at the 1891 Restaurant which proudly sits on the first floor of Rhyl Pavillion Theatre. Fancy a refreshingly quick drink, a longer lingering dinner, or a bite to eat before the theatre? 1891 is the perfect place!
4. The Mulberry, Conwy
A cosy waterfront pub with an eclectic menu of familiar comfort food and unbeatable views? These are just a few reasons to visit The Mulberry, located on the stunning Conwy Marina.
5. Pendyffryn Hall Clubhouse, Penmaenmawr
Boasting stunning views of the Irish Sea, Penmaenmawr itself and Puffin Island, many an owner and happy camper have enjoyed the sunset from this newly refurbished terrace at Lyons Pendyffryn Hall.
6. The Quay Hotel & Spa, Deganwy
Enjoy fresh local ingredients from the new Ebb & Flow restaurant, or treat yourself to a refreshing drink at The Cove Bar which sits overlooking the gorgeous Conwy River and Estuary.
7. The Tavern on the Bay, Anglesey
The delights of Red Wharf Bay await you at the beachside Tavern on the Bay, offering quality dining to the backdrop of a mesmerising 270° panoramic view that takes in all of the Angelsey coastlines and beyond.