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Cheap Hotels in Beaumaris

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19 Castle Street
< 0.1 Miles from the centre

Near Beaumaris Castle

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per night from £78
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Castle Street
< 0.1 Miles from the centre

Dating back to the 15th century, The Bull and Townhouse - Beaumaris is Grade II listed, with a traditional bar and a stylish restaurant. Situated in Beaumaris, it offers free Wi-Fi access. The rooms include a flat-screen TV, a Nespresso coffee machine and local biscuits. The en suite bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and a hairdryer. The Coach restaurant provides an informal menu and al fresco dining. Guests can enjoy real ale in The Freehouse bar, which has an open log fire and oak beams. With panoramic views of the Menai Strait and Snowdonia, Beaumaris is in the Welsh Isle of Anglesey. It can be accessed from the mainland by the famous Menai Suspension Bridge or the Britannia Bridge. Beaumaris Beach is just a minute’s walk from The Bull and Townhouse - Beaumaris.

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per night from £90
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The Bull - Beaumaris Hotel

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Castle Street
< 0.1 Miles from the centre

Near Beaumaris Castle

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per night from £79
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Bishopsgate House Hotel

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54 Castle Street
< 0.1 Miles from the centre

Near Beaumaris Castle

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per night from £105
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Ty Ni Cottage Hotel

Steeple Lane

Near Beaumaris Castle

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per night from £124
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Hotels in Beaumaris

Beaumaris, a welcoming and pretty little seaside town, is situated at the eastern entrance to the Menai Strait on the isle of Anglesey. Full of rich history, good food and culture, it also has an abundance of excellent accommodation. Beaumaris is an ideal base from which to explore Anglesey, nearby Snowdonia and the beautiful North Wales coast.


The most technically perfect castle in Great Britain and the last Welsh Edwardian castle to be built under the rule of Edward I in 1295, Beaumaris Castle is an awe-inspiring sight. However, money and supplies ran out before the castle could be completed and it now stands as the great unfinished masterpiece of Wales. Originally built on marshlands, it is from here that French builders gave the town its name, 'beaux marais' which, literally translated, means beautiful marshes.

Other historic points of interest throughout Beaumaris include the 14th-century St Mary's parish church and the 14th-century Tudor Rose, one of the oldest original timber-framed buildings in Britain. Beaumaris Gaol was built in 1829 and, while no longer in use, it remains largely unaltered and is now a popular museum.

The town's Victorian pier was first opened in 1846 and used to be the landing stage for steamships visiting from Liverpool. It is still operational today and is a popular base for yachts and pleasure boats of all kinds. This is especially so during the busy summer months, when many younger visitors can be found crab fishing from the top of the pier.


Hikers will certainly revel in the stunning nearby Snowdonia mountain range. There is also an outdoor paddling area for youngsters during the summer and plenty of ideal fishing areas. Sailing is very popular in the area with a two-week-long regatta taking place every year along the Menai Straits.

Arts and Culture

For those looking for some other form of entertainment, there is plenty to be found in and around Beaumaris. There are regular produce markets and live music events throughout the year, as well as a new annual food festival and an arts festival in the summer. An Easter egg hunt takes place in the spring, and December brings with it Victorian Christmas celebrations and historic re-enactments within the castle walls.

Food and Drink

While there is an abundance of fine eating establishments throughout Beaumaris, visitors to the town should not pass up an opportunity to dine in the famed Bulls Head Inn. Built in 1472, General Thomas Mytton made the inn his headquarters during the siege of Beaumaris during the second English Civil War in 1648, and writer Charles Dickens once stayed here.

You'll never be short of something to do in Beaumaris, so book your stay at one of our Beaumaris hotels today.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Beaumaris

What are the best hotels to stay in Beaumaris?

The best hotels to stay in Beaumaris are The Bull and Townhouse - Beaumaris and The Bulkeley Hotel.

What are the most convenient hotel rates in Beaumaris?

The Bulkeley Hotel in Beaumaris offers one night in a double room at the price of £78.

What hotels are in the central Beaumaris neighborhood?

The Bulkeley Hotel and The Bull and Townhouse - Beaumaris are located in the central neighborhood of Beaumaris.

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