Christmas Breaks at a Seaside Hotel

The festive season can be the perfect time to take some time off work and make the most of some long-awaited days off. Whether you’re looking to relax or fill your days with seasonal activities, there are many great destinations that you might want to consider, including seaside hotels or resorts – ideal if you’re seeking to get away from it all and enjoy all that Christmas has to offer! With luxurious accommodations and plenty of festive activities, here are four great spots that could provide the perfect winter break this Christmas!

1) Planning your break

Christmas breaks in North Wales can be an expensive time of year, and you’ll probably need to save up for several months beforehand. Look for good deals on Christmas hotels and try to book your break at least six months in advance; getting last-minute deals could cost you more than spending a little extra up front. While you’re researching where to stay, make sure you include any activities or dinners into your budget – it can be tempting (and easy) to blow money on shopping or eating out, but it’s important that you spend wisely while on your Christmas break.

2) What’s on?

If you’re looking for somewhere to go over Christmas, then book your room as soon as possible. You never know how much demand there will be in peak season.  Or, maybe consider going away at another time of year when prices are lower and it’s not so busy. Whatever you decide, make sure you take note of what facilities and activities are on offer – particularly if it’s for kids!

3) Attractions

If you’re taking a Christmas break and have kids, it’s essential to keep them entertained. There are many fun activities that you can do as a family. We think your family will love our range of activity providers: Activities like surfing and swimming will provide many hours of entertainment for all ages; movie nights and live performances from musicians can round off your evening perfectly.

4) Eating out

When traveling during Christmas, you’ll likely find yourself eating out more often than usual. When you dine out for Christmas break or on Christmas Day, make sure you choose smart. You can’t control portion sizes at restaurants, but there are still steps you can take to ensure that your food choices aren’t going to derail your diet. To lose weight safely but quickly, stick with nutrient-dense and low-calorie options when dining out. Instead of ordering creamy soup and breadsticks as an appetizer, opt for a fresh green salad with vinaigrette dressing instead; both options deliver fewer calories per serving than breadsticks do and will fill you up on fewer calories in total.

5) Shopping

There’s always time for shopping in Llandudno, and it has plenty of great shopping destinations to browse. Whether you’re looking for high street brands or vintage stalls, there’s bound to be something that catches your eye. Brighton offers everything from seaside souvenirs to everything quirky in between. If you’re planning on having Christmas dinner out then make sure you book in advance. The Imperial hotel offers a great fine dining experience for you to indulge in too so why not pop to Chantreys Restaurant when you stay.


Rachel Martin: Rachel, an adventure travel blogger, shares her experiences of hiking, climbing, and trekking around the world. Her blog includes detailed guides, safety tips, and inspiring stories to encourage others to embark on their own adventures.