Travelling from Chester to Prestatyn is easy by train, allowing you to alight 25 minutes later, feeling relaxed and ready to explore.

Why not book a trip now via our downloadable app, giving you access to all our money-saving deals, and with our free Wifi, you can catch up on your favourite soaps as the miles fly by.

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Prestatyn is a seaside town located in Denbighshire, on the north coast of Wales. With three beaches combining to form a golden stretch of sand, both adults and kids will benefit from soaking up the glorious sun. From sandcastles to sunbathing, everyone will have lots of activities to do in this refreshing town.

With a commanding view of the area around Prestatyn, the castle is well worth a visit. The site of the motte and bailey castle built in 1157 is a great place to explore, imagining how life was when the castle intact and occupied. 

Looking for some water action? Big kids and small can try out water sports, including surfing, bodyboarding, canoeing and sailing, and just a stone’s throw away is the Lyons Lido Beach that offers a sauna, steam room, and a hot tub for the perfect rest and relaxation combo. With a spacious area for guests, you’ll feel pampered yet energised.

With that feeling of carefree ease still lingering, why not head for the Scala Cinema & Art Centre? With a year round programme of events, performances and exhibitions, from ballet to jazz and classic theatre, there’s something to suit everyone. 

 Escape the busy crowd of the city and unwind in Prestatyn by booking a money-saving Advance ticket or a flexible Anytime ticket, and if you’re approaching middle age, there are discounts available with our Club50 offers. Start planning your trip and book your tickets now.


*Advance tickets are our best value fares and Railcard discounts can be used when booking. We can't guarantee the availability of Advance tickets as they are generally limited in number and only on sale up to 6pm prior to the day of travel. So we recommend you book early to avoid disappointment.