Discover the range of Beaumaris holiday cottages we have available for booking
throughout the year. Encounter this North Wales gem that is characterised by its
historic sites, outdoor pursuits and breath-taking views. Whether you like barn
conversions; traditional or modern cottages; country homes; townhouses or
apartments, there is holiday accommodation in Beaumaris provided by us to match
your requirements and tastes, all with spectacular views over the coast or
overlooking the rolling hills.
If you fancy a property with that extra special touch,
there is even hot tubs and log fires in a number of the holiday cottages we have
available for booking.
So, if you're searching for romantic breaks, group get-togethers or family
adventures in North Wales, our properties in Beaumaris are sure to accommodate.
We have a range of suitable properties that can house a holiday party of any size.
Additionally, many of our properties are wheelchair accessible and dog-friendly
should you need it. You can easily identify these properties with the key that
accompanies the property descriptions.
Our holiday cottages in Beaumaris are highly desirable options for those
looking to visit this quaint part of North Wales. Previously the original county
town of the popular Isle of Anglesey, the towns development began all the
way back in 1295 when the towns castle was commissioned by Edward I of
England. The French builders who contributed to its construction referred to
the grand building as the â€˜beau maris' which referred to the â€˜beautiful
marshes' the castle stood upon. The name stuck, and was assigned to the
town that built up around the structure.
Those who have a keen interest in
history will find plenty to keep them occupied in Beaumaris, from the castle
to the Victorian pier, the 17th -century courthouse and the 14th -century St.
Once you have had your instalment of history, make your way to the waters
for a spot of sailing or to the green to test your golf swing. Either outdoor
pursuit is bound to provide you with a wonderful experience, with the
harbour renowned for its yachting and the golf courses close to the main
town offering panoramic views. Local amenities include a range of shops,
pubs and restaurants. From the town, you can easily visit the beaches,
covers and harbours that fringe the Isle of Anglesey.
Â· Historical sites
Â· Restaurants and cafÃ©s
Â· Coastal walks
Â· Outdoor activities
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