Built as a Georgian show piece in 1832, the hotel now has 43 en suite bedrooms, a fine restaurant, coffee shop, Real Ale bar and lounge. All of the bedrooms are serviced by a lift and there are facilities for the disabled guest.
For the business traveller, the hotel offers a full secretarial service, internet access in all bedrooms and meeting rooms for 2-150 people. The hotel can host civil weddings for you and make all of the necessary arrangements for your special day. The ballroom is regularly used for weddings and functions for up to 140 people. The Bulkeley Hotel serves 'a Taste of Wales' and prides itself on cooking the best of local produce creatively.
It will take place at major Beaumaris venues including Canolfan, David Hughes Centre, White Lion Square, The Bulkeley Hotel, the Town Hall and in marquess.There will be demonstrations by top local chefs, a variety of stalls and vans, local and national producers, educational demonstrations and more.
The first annual Beaumaris food festival will be on September 13-14.The Event starts at 10:30am and the festival which finishes at midnight on Saturday and 8:00pm on Sunday
Join us and our hand-picked exhibitors at our wedding fair for a day of inspiration and discovery; we’ll help you find those things you knew wanted, but couldn’t quite put your finger on.
28th September 2014 at 12:00pm
This adrenalin fuelled tourist attraction is a first for the UK, and is located in the most dramatic of settings – Penrhyn Quarry which is nestled amongst the mountains of Snowdonia, North Wales.
RibRide specialises in highly rewarding adventure days in North Wales, offering a experience unique for its location and range of activities. Designed to suit the adrenaline seeker and the sun seeker, we aim to provide a professional service for personal or business needs.
On arrival at Puffin Island you have the opportunity to see as many as 12 species of sea birds in their natural habitat - Puffins, Guillemots, Cormorants & Kittiwakes.
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Beaumaris, begun in 1295, was the last and largest of the castles to be built by King Edward I in Wales. Raised on an entirely new site, without earlier buildings to fetter its designer's creative genius, it is possibly the most sophisticated example of medieval military architecture in Britain.
It's that time of year again and we would like to ask our past weddings to please vote for us in The Welsh National Wedding Awards 2014 (bride, grooms, parents and bridal party)
Voting will only take a few minutes and will show the recognition to the team for the tremendous hard work they all do throughout the year. You can vote here and each vote does count and we would all be truly grateful.