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Bishopsgate House Hotel & Restaurant Star Rating 3        
54 Castle Street

A 2-minute walk from the water, this 18th-century Georgian townhouse with antique furniture, collections of glass and china, and a Chinese Chippendale stair railing is 4 minutes' walk from Beaumaris Castle.The 9 polished rooms with antique beds feature en suite bathrooms, tea and coffeemaking facilities and TVs. Some have 4-poster beds.
The Bulkeley Hotel Star Rating 3        
19 Castle Street

Set in an ivy-covered mansion dating from 1832, this refined hotel is within a 4-minute walk of Beaumaris Castle, Beaumaris Pier and Beaumaris Gaol museum.The traditional rooms have free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Some also offer views of Snowdonia or the sea.
White Lion Restaurant and Hotel Star Rating 4        
Castle Square

Situated Amongst the area's tourist attractions, White Lion Restaurant and Hotel is a short walk from the Beaumaris Gaol. It is steps from Beaumaris Pier and Beaumaris Castle.The hotel has 10 rooms, all of which are filled with a range of amenities to ensure a comfortable stay.
The Liverpool Arms Hotel Star Rating 2        
Castle Street

Dating to 1706, this Georgian hotel is a minute's walk from the Menai Strait, 4 minutes' walk from Beaumaris Castle and 0.8 miles from the Baron Hill Golf Club.Rooms range in decor from frilly to funky and feature en suite bathrooms, tea and coffeemaking equipment, and TVs.
Churchbank Bed and Breakfast Star Rating 2        
28 Church St

Across the street from the landmark 16th-century St Marys and St Nicholas Church, this refined B&B is in a Georgian townhouse 250 metres from Beaumaris Castle. It's a 3-minute walk from the pier and waterfront park, and Castle Street shops and restaurants are 2 blocks away.The traditional rooms, 1 with an en suite bathroom and 2 with private bathrooms, have TVs, DVD players and free WiFi, plus fireplaces and tea and coffeemaking facilities.
Ty Anne Guest House Star Rating 4        
10 West End

Directly facing Menai Strait with views of Snowdonia, this guesthouse is set in a 1791 townhouse. Castle Street's shops and restaurants, the pier and Beaumaris Castle are all within a 5-minute walk.The 2 elegant suites have en suite bathrooms and sitting areas, with sea and mountain views.
Ye Olde Bulls Head Inn & Townhouse Star Rating 5        
Castle Street

Built in the 15th century, this traditional townhouse inn is located near the sea and is adorned with ancient timbers and antique furniture. It's a 1-minute walk from Beaumaris Castle and less than a mile from Baron Hill Golf Club.The classy rooms feature en suite bathrooms and either traditional or modern decor.
White Lion Restaurant and Hotel Beaumaris Star Rating 3        
White Lion Restaurant and Hotel

Facing the medieval Beaumaris Castle, this relaxed 19th-century hotel is a 2-minute walk from the beach and Beaumaris Pier.Straightforward rooms feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking equipment.The hotel serves full cooked breakfast (surcharge).
Victoria Cottage B&B        
Victoria Cottage

Set in a cosy cottage dating back to 1833, this traditional B&B is a 1-minute walk from Beaumaris Castle and a 2-minute walk from Beaumaris Pier.The 2 quaint rooms and the suite and are traditionally furnished and come with flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, and tea and coffeemaking equipment. All have en suite bathrooms, including 2 with claw-foot tubs.
Lleiniog Holiday Cottages        
Lleiniog Holiday Cottages, Penmon, Llangoed, Nr. Beaumaris, Isle of Anglesey

Lleiniog Holiday Cottages are situated on the island of Anglesey, in a unique beauty spot that overlooks the Menai Straits and Snowdonia. Free private parking is available on site.Found within Grade II listed buildings that are full of character, Lleiniog has cottages of varying sizes available.
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Beaumaris is a former royal borough, a community, and the former county town of Anglesey, Wales.