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Bishopsgate House Hotel, Anglesey

Bishopsgate House Hotel, Anglesey
Wales. Anglesey, LL58 8BB.

18th Century Georgian Town House in the historic town of Beaumaris within a minutes walk to the sea front.

Customer rating: 4.37 (40).

Price per night: from £60 to £111.

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Winner of "Best Hotel and Best Restaurant 2012" by the Anglesey Tourism Awards, this 18th Century Georgian Town House is believed to have been built as a Dower House for a local wealthy family. Now, fully restored and adapted for use as a small hotel offering single, twin and double bedrooms which are all ensuite. Bishopsgate House provides an ideal opportunity for visitors to relax, enjoying delicious freshly prepared food, elegant rooms and friendly hospitality. Centrally located in the historic castle town of Beaumaris, just minutes from the sea, the hotel provides an ideal base from which to explore the many delights of Anglesey and Snowdonia.

Bishopsgate House was built around 1755, just outside the town wall, close to the main entrance into the town, called the Watergate. This substantial town house was built for the wealthy family of William Lewis, whose country estate was Plas Llanddyfnan, two miles north east of the town Llangefni. Beaumaris, being the county town at this time, provided the local social amenities, so it is more than probable that the Lewis family used the house as a town base when attending the exclusive balls and assemblies held here. The hotel also boasts a mid 18th Century Chinese Chippendale staircase that features in the Welsh book of Antiquities along with the panelling in the residents' lounge and one of the bedrooms. In the Rosette Awarded restaurant all meals are freshly prepared using the best local produce wherever possible. Two menus provide a wide choice, including fresh local fish, succulent Salt Marsh Lamb and Rose beef from Lleyn Peninsular. A number of local people who regularly use the restaurant bear witness to the quality and value for money provided. Dinner is served 7.00pm - 9.30pm every day. Sunday Lunch is served 12.30pm - 2.30pm. Fully licensed bar service is also available. The residents' lounge, which retains its original wall panelling, provides a relaxing atmosphere in which to enjoy coffee and liqueurs and, perhaps a chat with other guests at the end of your day. Pets are welcome, but a small supplement is charged if dogs are staying in the room. Please book this as upgrade when booking your room. A wide range of both indoor and outdor activities can be catered for in and around the town, including fishing, sailing, riding and golf, while the island's coastal paths and the nearby Snowdonia range establish the area as a walker's paradise. Beaumaris also boasts King Edward I's castle, whilst the Courthouse and Gaol add to the historical interest.


  • 18th century buildings
  • Breakfast Included
  • Parking (free)
  • No smoking
  • Historic Property
  • Free broadband access (wifi)
  • Children's cots
  • Children's games
  • Children's highchairs
  • Restaurant
  • Tea room
  • Cooked breakfast (included)
  • Dinner available (at additional cost)
  • Bar
  • Recommended walks
  • Beach (walking distance)
  • Pub (walking distance)
  • Museums (a short drive)
  • Historic houses
  • Gardens
  • Golf course (a short drive)
  • Recommended restaurants (walking distance)

Arrival information

Check In: From 2.00pm Please request an earlier check-in in the Additional Information section of the booking form if this is required. Check Out: 11.00am Following recent improvements to the A55 Coast Road, Anglesey now boasts a fast two lane road linking the island with the national motorway network. Directions: By Car: Follow the A55 into Anglesey. At junction 8a, take the A5 exit to Menai Bridge/A545. Slight right at Pont Britannia and then again at A5/Holyhead Rd. Follow the road and at the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Cil Bedlam. Continue to follow B5420. Turn left at A545/Stryd Fawr. Continue to follow the A545. As you enter Beaumaris the Bishopsgate is on your left with a private car park situated at the back of the building. By Train: Bangor train station is a 15 minute taxi ride.

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London, United Kingdom. 59 Devons road, E3 3DW. +44 7306809983