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Living in Rhos on Sea

Rhos on Sea is fast becoming one of the most desirable places to live in North Wales. This town is very well known for its row of seafront properties (the most recent of which is Brenig Homes’ Gwynt y Mor – new build apartments for sale in Rhos on Sea which are a hop, skip and a jump away from the seafront.)

This quiet little bay is not the first place you’d think of when you imagine the North Wales coastline, but this little town boasts peace, quiet, and an air of exclusivity compared to nearby Llandudno and Colwyn Bay.

There’s nothing wrong with either town of course – but Rhos is a lovely little place that is right next to the sea and just between both of these popular towns. This means that the seaside town has close proximity to the tourist trap of Llandudno without being in the thick of it- allowing property owners peace and quiet on a year-around basis as well as the same stunning views which make people flock to Llandudno every single year.

Of course, that’s not to say that Rhos on Sea is boring! This little seaside town certainly has a relaxed pace, but there’s enough going on within it to keep people from all walks of life happy.

This pretty little seaside town of course still receives quite a few visits due to its extremely high quality promenade and its adorable harbour. Rhos on Sea is very popular for paddling, swimming and sea-fishing, making it the perfect place to live for anyone with a boat (and of course those who need an excuse to get a boat!)

Furthermore, the beach at Rhos on Sea is clean, tidy, sandy, and boasts a fabulous view of the surrounding area with clear days affording extremely far reaching views of the bay and beyond.

Can I take my dog on the beach?

As long as your dog is well behaved, and you clean up after it then this section of the beach is permitted to have dogs. (If the pooch isn't well behaved, we recommend you go for some dog training before coming back as there is a busy road nearby and kids playing on the beach.)

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