Welcome to Nova, home to one of North East Wales’ biggest indoor visitor attractions. This £4.4m redevelopment of Nova now showcases:
- A 60 station state-of-the-art fitness suite
- Three storey beach themed, indoor adventure soft play and parties
- New café
- Sea view restaurant
- multi-purpose studios/function rooms
- 25m 4 lane swimming pool and small splash pool
- Village style changing rooms.
Whether you visit Nova for fitness, swimming, play, parties, celebrations or breathtaking views while relaxing in our restaurant, Nova has something for everyone to give the whole family something to enjoy.
Nova is conveniently situated on the seafront in Prestatyn, where you can start or finish Wales’ nationally recognised trail, Offa’s Dyke. The national cycle way and Wales coastal path passes our front door.
Nova Beach Road West Prestatyn Denbighshire LL19 7EY
Tel: 01824 712323
To find our more information, please visit our website www.novaprestatyn.co.uk and like us on Facebook and Twitter for up to date offers and special events. Denbighshire’s premier visitor attraction and leisure complex.
Scala Cinema and Arts Centre
The Scala Cinema and Arts Centre is your local cinema with a difference. As Wales’ first, fully-digital cinema, the Scala offers state-of-the-art high definition and 3-D films, live and special performance screenings broadcast from all over the world, live theatre and many other exciting events throughout the year. Each of our two screens can accommodate up to 150 people and are equipped with extra-comfy seating and aisles with plenty of leg room. Our café has an excellent selection of light bites. We also provide dynamic meeting and conference facilities and offer a wide-range of education and community outreach programmes.
Within the Township of Prestatyn and Meliden we are extremely fortunate to have 2 top class Golf Courses.
The first of these is Prestatyn Golf Club, the magnificent championship links course is situated off the coast road A548 to the east of the town on superb unspoiled links land. It enjoys a temperate climate and its seaside location ensures that golfers can play the greens all year round on superb turf.
The stunning course, welcoming clubhouse, breathtaking scenery and challenges like no other, combine to provide for exceptional golfing and socialising.
The second being St Melyd, in its setting below a wooded hillside above the town of Prestatyn, the Club is a mature parkland course with tree lined fairways and excellent greens. The Club is only some ten minutes from the A55 arterial expressway with Manchester and Liverpool within an hour’s drive and Chester only thirty miles away.
St Melyd is a 9 hole course, but having 18 tees, it provides a different perspective for each hole as can be seen from our hole by hole guide. The Course provides a challenge for golfers of all abilities who can be assured it is always presented in the best possible condition.
The Club provides a warm welcome to members, holiday golfers and golfing societies alike in the spacious clubhouse with stunning views over the course towards distant Snowdonia. The well appointed lounge, Spike Bar and excellent restaurant caters for all tastes from bar snacks to celebration banquets catering for up to 120 guests.
Both Clubs are featured on the FineGolf website Play at 4 Clubs for just £70
North East Wales golf is the 4 club golf pass. For just £70, you can play at Rhyl, Rhuddlan, St Melyd and Prestatyn golf courses. Passes are available now and can be purchased online through North Wales Tourism.
For full details on booking visit www.gonorthwales.co.uk
Prestatyn’s crazy golf course offers fun for all the family with twists and turns, lumps and bumps and narrow tunnels to manoeuvre around even the most experienced golfers will be challenged! Keep score as you go around to find out who is crowned champion and who knows if you play the 19th hole right you may manage to bag yourselves a free game!
There is lots to do at Prestatyn Leisure Centre with a sports hall, fitness suite, gymnasium, indoor climbing wall and wellness system. There is also a meeting room for private hire. The leisure centre is open 7 days a week (closed on bank holidays).
For more information visit their website here.
Ten Pin Bowling
Astrobowl ten pin bowling is found at the Ffrith Beach Festival Gardens. The Astrobowl Bowling Alley is open Monday to Sunday from 12noon till Late and offers 8 lanes of family fun. There are facilities for young children and for people with disabilities to assist them with bowling.
Ten Pin Bowling is great fun for families, work nights out, birthday parties for children and adults, or simply a fun way to spend a rainy afternoon.
For more information call Astrobowl on 01745 850079
The amusements arcade is located at Central Beach and has all your traditional arcade slot machines which offers fun for any age. There is also a café on site to allow you to grab a bite to eat or sit down with a cup of tea while the little ones play on the machines.
Prestatyn is known for its beautiful walks with stunning surroundings and the ‘Walkers are Welcome’ accreditation. Prestatyn is also the start or end of the Offa’s Dyke path for the more avid walkers amongst you.
To help both residents and visitors make the most out of the various walks you can join the ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ social walking scheme which is completely free and open to anyone to join in. With walks to suit all ages and abilities led by trained volunteer Walk Leaders, where you can start slowly and build up gently to harder walks.
There are front and back leaders to guide walkers, encouraging them to walk at their own pace. There are lots of opportunities to chat, take in the scenery, discover more about your local area and make new friends with over 87% of people joining the walks to enjoy the social element that the scheme can offer. For more information call Prestatyn Town Council 01745 857185
Come along and join in our Social Cycle Ride every Monday between 10.30am to 12pm – meet at Calvary Pentecostal Church, Victoria Road, Prestatyn. This ride is advertised by British Cycle Go Sky Ride website as a group social ride for more information please visit www.goskyride.com
We cycle mainly off road along Denbighshire County Council cycle network routes. Everybody is welcome.
Can also offer cycle confidence rides and free adult cycle proficiency. These must be booked via Prestatyn Town Council. Please see the links below for further information on each of the activities, alternatively contact Debbie Hughes on 01745 857185
Our fantastic new library has very wide range of books, DVDs, and C.D’s available for all ages. With modern facilities you can enjoy peace and quiet in the library or loan the books and take them home with you. There is also free wifi and computer access, IT learning suite, meeting rooms available to hire, self-serviced borrowing, returning and printing, fax and photocopier and also Denbighshire County Councils One Stop Shop for all your council queries or to pay a council bill.
Find out more here
Day Passes – Prices are £4.00 per person (Children £2.00)
A great way to visit the Park if you live locally or a short drive away. We welcome visitors at Prestatyn Sands for a fun packed, exciting and entertaining day out. Start in our splash-tastic swimming pool with a host of water based activities including our fabulous Water Walkerz. We have lots of indoor and outdoor activities at Prestatyn Sands, have a go on the Crazy Golf or ride around the Park on the Fun Bikes, why not have a go on the giant Inflatables which are great fun to play on.
Indoors we have some fun activities too, try your luck in the Amusement Arcade which is packed with some fun games to test your wits and there’s The Fun Factory too, not forgetting the evenings we have entertainment and Live Cabarets and so much more! The Park is open to visitors from 8 am to midnight, with last admissions at 8pm.
*NB Day-pass admission is left to the Duty Managers discretion. For large groups please call ahead to avoid disappointment. Pontins Prestatyn Holiday Park Tel No: 08724 350 202 or go online.
North Wales Bowls Centre
North Wales Bowls Centre has now reopened, The bar and Resturant area has been refurbished with a new menu. A new Bowling Carpet has been layed, and is now better than it has ever been. Visit their website here.