Nice place to while away a couple of hours especially if the bar at the end of the pier is open !
Best visited during the summer months for a good atmosphere. I prefered the desolate romantic walk down it in the rain during january, though make sure you stop and have safe footing before attempting a romantic moment. The windfarms are a bit of a let down, but easily avoided if you look the other direction or even better go when... More
Once you have got past the Amusment Arcade and rubbishy gift shops, who the hell buys this crap? The Pier isn't so bad. The views over the Sea used to be great but now we have a 'blot on the landscape in the shape of the horrible WindFarms that have sprung up in the last few years, YUCK!!!!!!!!!!!
well kept pier with plenty of seats to sit and enjoy the scenery lots for the children to do
In need a a face lift, they keep going on about spending a fortune on restoring a old closed down pier in Colwyn Bay, They would be much better spending a fraction of what that would cost on doing this one up which as bags more potential if it was smartened up! as it stands just a lot of benches... More
I love strolling along this pier. The views from the end across the bay and looking back to the sweeping curve of the promenade with the mountains in the background are superb. The peir has a number of attractions, kiosks and shops long it's lengh with a cafe and bar at the far end. Well worth a stroll.
lovely to walk along and look out to sea, great amusements for families
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