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All reviews lovely beach main beach much quieter boating lake sand dunes quieter beach beach cafe outdoor gym kite surfers low tide miniature railway clean beach land train conwy estuary white rabbit dogs are allowed puffin island
A beautiful beach, flanked by mountains. It's much nicer than the East Beach and is way quieter, just a few dog walkers and you.
The views are simply breathtaking and if you climb the Orme a little it just gets better. My new favourite beach!
Street parking was readily available and the easily accessible paved promenade had lovely sea views. Access for dogs is restricted on the main section of sandy beach for five months from May through September and bins are provided.
After visiting Llandudno for years, I was pleasantly surprised to find out that this beach even existed. It's a great stretch of sand for ball games and directly next to it is a fab little park for the younger children of the family. Well worth...More
Spent another really relaxing break (Mon to Fri) at West Shore. Visit at least once,twice a year. This area is beautiful,clean ,quiet, with wonderful views across to Anglesey, Conwy etc. Whatever your abilities, you can short stroll along the wide promenade, or take in the...More
Lovely beach quiet promenade lovely quiet grassy . Loved the boating lake . Toilets well looked after . Dogs allowed in the very end of the beach out of the way plenty of space to play with ball .
Thank you 😊
The West shore is always referred to as the quieter beach but in many ways is the better of the two bays as when the tide is down it has a beautiful sandy beach and very shallow for bathing. There is plenty free parking but...More
we visit here often, The cafe just off the main car park was lovely, clean, friendly helpful staff.
The menus looked value for money, we just had a latte and a wedge of cake.
Nice quiet promenade after the huddle and busle of mostyn street.
Much quieter than the beach on the North Shore and there IS a cafe, which I didn't use but it looked very nice. Seating inside and outdoors. Toilets and a pay and display car park near the cafe and free on road parking if you...More