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Beaumaris, Anglesey, Wales. Wales; Anglesey, Beaumaris. Designed in 1295 by James of St George, Beaumaris Castle is one of the finest of the
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Beaumaris was one of the fortress towns founded by Edward I in the late 13C. Today, it is a small and peaceful resort, offering magnificent views of Snowdonia Park across the Menai Straits. The Isle of Anglesey, also known in Welsh as "Mother of Wales", is dotted with numerous menhirs and funerary chambers. These are remains of a rich historical past, particularly from the 1C BC, when it was a centre of druidic worship.

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  • Beaumaris Castle Interesting

    Castle GB - Beaumaris LL58 8AP

    The castle, on the UNESCO heritage list, is one of the fortress towns built by Edward I in Wales. Although never finished, it is the finest example of a concentric castle. It is surrounded by a moat and has a fortified dock, with moorings for ships o..

  • St Nicholas' Church

    Castle GB - Beaumaris LL58 8AP

    Built in the 14C, this church served the town that developed around the castle. Beneath the portico is the tomb of Princess Joan, daughter of King John and wife of Llywelyn the Great.

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  • The Bulkeley Hotel

    19 Castle Street GB - Beaumaris LL58 8AW

    Situated in Beaumaris on the Isle of Anglesey, The Bulkeley Hotel lies within 300 metres from the Beaumaris Castle and the beach and pier alongside the Menai Straits. Built as a Georgian show piece in 1832, the hotel now boasts a garden with a terrac..

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Restaurants Beaumaris

  • Brasserie Quite comfortable restaurant 

    Castle St GB - LL58 8AP Beaumaris

    Set overlooking a courtyard, a large brasserie in the old stables of a 17C coaching inn, with a Welsh slate floor, oak tables, a fireplace built from local stone and a relaxed feel. Wide-ranging modern menus feature lots of specials.

  • Loft Comfortable restaurant 

    Castle St GB - LL58 8AP Beaumaris

    Formal restaurant under the eaves of an old coaching inn, with a plush, open-fired lounge and an elegant candlelit dining room with exposed beams and immaculately laid tables. Creative modern cooking champions top Anglesey produce.

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