For more than five centuries, Ye Olde Bull’s Head, or the Bull’s Head as it is more affectionately known, has been one of Beaumaris’ principal meeting places for visitors and locals alike. Whilst each of the 13 en-suite bedrooms has its own personality, expressed through stylish décor and fine antique furnishings, every bedroom has carefully been styled to provide high levels of comfort whilst retaining the character and atmosphere that epitomises the Bull’s Head.
The Restaurant and Brasserie, with their striking interior design and ancient features have earned enviable reputations in their own right. The award winning cuisine includes an array of favourite British - and especially, Welsh - dishes served with imagination, flair and a brilliant modern twist, complemented by a high standard of service. Menus are constantly changing, to make the best use of the finest Anglesey produce according to season. The Bull’s Head’s roots as a medieval coaching inn are no more evident than in the bar. Oak beams and a welcoming open fire set the perfect picture to enjoy hand-pulled real ale and relaxing conversation.
Added to this under the same private ownership, the spring of 2009 saw the opening of the adjacent Townhouse; a boutique collection of vivid, colour inspired bedrooms of matching five star quality.
Double/twin: from £105.00
Deluxe rooms: from £140.00
Manchester Airport (2 ¼ hours)
Nearest Ferry Port
Holyhead Ferry Terminal (30 minutes)
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