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Beaumaris

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County - North Wales | Map
Tel code: 01286 | code search
Postcode: LL58 | code search
Population: 12000
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Bishopsgate House Hotel
"We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Bishopsgate.Our bedroom was very comfortable with fantastic views of the Menai straits.The staff were very attentive and friendly and the food was excellent.Great selection ..." More

Bishopsgate House Hotel
"Good Points: Period building sympathetically decorated & appointed General review: Lovely hotel, good location,good atmosphere,great breakfast a very pleasent stay highly recommended

Date visited: 2008-08-09 ..." More

Ye Olde Bulls Head Inn
"In need of rapid refreshment before a fishing trip three of us hit the Brasserie and took the tapas option, a good decision. At £6.25 per person for two tapas ..." More

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"Beaumaris is well known for its castle and the beautiful views across the Menai Strait, but for family outings the pier is the best draw. There are two reasons for ..." More

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Beaumaris is a beguiling town on the Isle Of Anglesey in Wales, home to over two thousand people. It's positioned near to the Menai Straight with soul pleasing views of the Snowdonia Mountains, and yet only 16 miles or so from Caernarfon. The town grew around the fabulous castle which was built in the 13th Century on the orders of Edward I, although never finished it is a magical sight of towers, surrounded by a moat, and instantly reverses the hands of time. Shopping for that special something is a treasure hunt easily rewarded with a wander down Castle Street with it's half timbered houses, restaurants, shops and bars. Elegant architecture is just one chapter in the story waiting to be told, there's a Victorian Pier, an ancient court house, and the pretty church of St Mary and St Nicholas built near the time of the castle. Green topped hills tumble down to the edge of Beaumaris Bay where colourful sails punctuate the view, if that wasn't enough the architectural masterpiece of the Menai Suspension Bridge which spans the Menai Straight can't fail to impress. Lovely beaches, unforgettable scenery, with a chance to glimpse puffins and seals is truly a wish already granted.

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Fowler & Hare
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Beaumaris Beach
Beaumaris Castle
Beaumaris Marine Services
Museum of Childhood Memories
Penmon Beach

Doctor

The Health Centre

Estate Agent

Hopkin Joan

Golf Club

Baron Hill
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Inn

Liverpool Arms Hotel
Ye Olde Bulls Head Inn

Pub and Bar

Cafe Bar Musique
Sailors Return
Tafarn Rhyd
Ye Olde Bulls Head Inn

Restaurant

Cafe Bar Musique
Cafe Neptune

Liverpool Arms Hotel
Sailors Return
Ye Olde Bulls Head Inn

Solicitor

R Gordon Roberts Laurie & Co

Sports Clubs

North West Venturers Yacht Club (Sailing)

Places to Stay near Beaumaris

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Millpond Cottage (3.94 miles)

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This beautifully renovated farmhouse cottage will provide a wonderful holiday base with spectacular panoramic views over the Snowdonian mountains for walking, fishing, cycling or taking the family out to the ... More

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Bishopsgate House Hotel (4.11 miles)

Bishopsgate House Hotel
This 18th Century Georgian Town House is believed to have been built as a Dower House for a local wealthy family. Now, fully restored and adapted for use as a small hotel, Bishopsgate House ... More | visit website
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Liverpool Arms Hotel (4.15 miles)

Liverpool Arms Hotel
This ancient hotel has a history that goes back to 1706, when there was a busy trade between Liverpool and Beaumaris. It is a real gem of a place, a handsome Georgian fronted Hotel. The hotels ... More | visit website
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Ye Olde Bulls Head Inn (4.16 miles)

Ye Olde Bulls Head Inn

Formerly a staging post on the way to Ireland, the Inn combines the taditional architecture of its past with contemporary décor and sophistication, where quality and comfort is the key.

Luxurious bedrooms with antique furniture, brass ... More | visit website

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Bulkeley Hotel (4.16 miles)

Bulkeley Hotel

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The Bulkeley Hotel is yards from the beach and pier alongside the Menai Straits. It enjoys stunning views across the water to the mountains of Snowdonia. Built as a Georgian show piece ... More

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Plas Rhianfa (4.43 miles)

Plas Rhianfa
Plas Rhianfa is simply beautiful. A Grade II listed 21 bedroom architectural masterpiece that stands proud overlooking the Menai Straits on Anglesey. This 21 bedroom venue offers unique character, charisma, exceptional views and luxury facilities ... More | visit website
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The Oak Lodge Inn (4.46 miles)

The Oak Lodge Inn

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The Oak Lodge is on the edge of the delightful old fishing village of Moelfre, which lies on the East Coast of the beautiful Isle ... More

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Eryl Mor (4.90 miles)

Eryl Mor
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The Eryl Mor Hotel is situated in an unrivaled position within Bangor. Comfortable family-run hotel overlooking Menai Strait and Snowdonia. Golfing packages are a speciality. The Eryl Mor, which means ... More
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Baytree Lodge (5.11 miles)

Baytree Lodge
All rooms are en-suite with tv's and tea & coffee making facilities and Wi Fi. We are just a ten minute walk from the city center and University. Many guests use the baytree-lodge as a ... More | visit website
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The Management Centre (5.23 miles)

The Management Centre

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Located right in the heart of Bangor University, adjacent to the existing Business School and dating back to the early 1900’s, The Management Centre is an array of five splendid ... More

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