discover North Wales
Spend lazy days relaxing on golden beaches, or scale mountaintops for the ultimate views of the Welsh countryside.
Whether you’re searching for adventure or looking for your perfect Darwin escape, a North Wales getaway to Seaview is bound to be perfect for you.
Point of Ayr Lighthouse
Walk the sandy Talacre beach to the famous lighthouse. Built in 1776, it’s Wales’ oldest lighthouse, and keeps watch over the Irish Sea. Make sure to look up for The Keeper art sculpture which sits atop the lighthouse, looking out to the sea.
There are many stories about the lighthouse and it is known as one of the most haunted structures on the coast (spooky!) which you can learn more about on your trip there. (Remember to take a friend!)
With over 35,000 animals waiting to meet you, and 128 acres to explore, you’ll want to visit Chester Zoo again and again (and again!).
Visit the cheeky chimps, the mischievous meerkats and the stunning red pandas (along with everyone else!). There’s so much to do and so many animals to visit, you’ll have to come back to make the most of this fantastic day out!
Rhyl’s Miniature Railway
Ride around the beautiful Marine Lake in Rhyl on this historic steam powered train. Sit in carriages and coaches, which are almost one hundred years old, you can enjoy a fabulous team train journey with beautiful surroundings.
Learn more about the fascinating history of the lake and the miniature trains, or try your hand at crabbing in the lake (and the children will love the play park, too!).
Seaview offers a refreshing lifestyle, where you have access to all North Wales has to offer – from our breathtaking views, to some quaint villages and towns that lie along the North Wales coastline.