Beaumaris beach

Welcome to Beaumaris
At Beaumaris on the beautiful Isle of Anglesey you can explore a medieval castle, picnic on a beach, take a boat trip, discover pastel painted houses and see the work of local artists. Take a walk across a Victorian pier, do some serious shopping or just kick back in an ancient pub and try some award-winning food.

And with its excellent range of accommodation – from cosy guest house to luxurious hotel – Beaumaris caters for all tastes, including those who like to cater for themselves.

What’s more, there’s always something going on in Beaumaris. As well as regular live music and local produce markets, there’s an Easter egg hunt, an arts festival, fabulous fireworks on bonfire night, Victorian Christmas celebrations and historic events within the castle walls.

Gallows Point, Beaumaris - by Janet Bell

Croeso i Biwmares

Ym Miwmares, ar Ynys brydferth Môn, gallwch archwilio castell canoloesol, bwyta picnic ar draeth, mynd ar drip mewn cwch, darganfod tai wedi’u paentio mewn lliwiau pastel a gweld gwaith arlunwyr lleol. Ewch am dro ar hyd pier Fictoraidd, gwneud llawer o siopa neu ymlacio’n braf mewn hen dafarn a rhoi cynnig ar fwyd gwobredig.

A gydag amrywiaeth wych o lety – o westai clyd i rhai moethus – mae Biwmares yn darparu ar gyfer pob chwaeth, gan gynnwys y rhai sy’n hoffi paratoi eu bwyd eu hunain.

Yn fwy na hynny, mae rhywbeth wastad yn digwydd ym Miwmares. Yn ogystal â cherddoriaeth fyw a marchnadoedd cynnyrch lleol rheolaidd, ceir helfa wyau Pasg, gwˆ yl gelf, noson tân gwyllt gwych, dathliadau Nadolig Fictoraidd a digwyddiadau hanesyddol o fewn muriau’r castell.


4 thoughts on “WELCOME / CROESO

  1. Hello, I was visiting Beaumaris at New Year, and took a photograph which I would like some information on please. It is a plaque on the wall above The Nut House, on Castle Street. It reads “RHWB 1892”.
    Can you shed some light on this please.
    Many thanks
    Vic Gardner
    22 Pear Tree Drive
    CW9 6EZ

    • Hi I am so sorry I have taken so long to reply we have been having a few problems I will look into it and get back to you
      many thanks

      • RHWB signifies the building was built by the Williams-Bulkeley Estate, RH being the initials of the them Sir Richard (most men in the family are called Richard…)

    • Hi,
      The plaque relates to to Richard Henry Williams Bulkeley. Bart. who were (and still are) the major landlords and land owners in this part of Anglesey.A well respected and much liked familly who still live in Beaumaris.

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