A pretty town in North Wales, Beaumaris has a lot to offer for a small place. Beaumaris is located on the Menai Strait and is full of history. Beaumaris Castle is a fantastic example of a medieval castle dating back to the reign of Edward I. You can also enjoy features such as a Victorian pier, gaol & courthouse. Beaumaris is also an important location to experience yachting and also is the home of two golf courses within walking distance of the town centre.
There are a variety of good shopping locations, restaurants and public houses in the town. Future plans to improve the town of Beaumaris include the building of a marina with work planned to start in the near future. Beaumaris and its location is the perfect base camp for exploring the nearby Snowdonia, to experience its beauty and great walks.
Located a mile to the north of the town is this castle that was built on marshlands on the Island of Anglesey. The castle is surrounded by it’s moat and dates back to 1295 and although never really finished it is reputed to be one of the finest castle in Wales.
Treasure Island Fun Centre
Lots of fun for the kids with a Buccaneer theme. Located in Little Lane.
Overlooking Meani Strait, this lovely country home has wonderful views. There are also gardens to wander through and tearooms. (01248 490 100)
This Gaol operated in Victorian days when the punishment was very primitive and harsh. There is a museum here telling the history as well as a gift shop.
This 6th Century monastery has seen many Vicking raids in it’s time, and not much of the original structure has survived. However many renovations and additions over century’s makes it a very interesting place to visit. Located less than 2miles from Beaumaris.