Ye Olde Bulls Head Inn

Ye Olde Bulls Head is situated in the pretty town of Beaumaris on the south east corner of the Island. The shoreline commands breathtaking views of the Straits and Snowdonia. The bedrooms, named after characters from Dickens novels, all offering top quality accommodation. Cots provided.
Contemporary design and dramatic lighting coupled with the sensitive use of traditional local materials epitomise the successful blend of the ancient and modern at The Bull.A Welsh slate floor (underheated), oak tables and local stone fireplace form a perfect setting for informal dining in a lively, convivial atmosphere. Efficient service complements the setting, being both relaxed and friendly

One of Wales finest restaurants. Imaginative menus ensure that you will always find something to tempt your palate. We specialise in dishes using fresh quality local ingredients, prepared in a modern British style.
For five hundred years the bar has been a convivial meeting place for locals and visitors alike. The oak beamed ceiling is unchanged since Charles Dickens enjoyed a glass of ale whilst staying at The Bull in 1859

The walls are adorned with ancient artifacts. The town's original ducking stool and an antique brass water clock above the roaring fire provide further eveidence that this is the genuine article- the antithesis of the modern British "themed pub".

With a comrehensive selection of beverages, the highlight is undoubtedly the selection of cask conditioned ales.

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Ye Olde Bulls Head Inn
Castle Street Beaumaris Isle of Anglesey LL58 8AP Wales
phone: 01248 810329 fax:

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