The Bull’s Head Inn
All that you would expect of an historic inn - and more. Old beams, stunning new Townhouse-and a destination restaurant renowned for its cuisine.
The Bull’s Head Inn effortlessly combines traditional charm and cutting edge contemporary design making it a unique and stylish seaside escape.
Choose to sleep off the Menai Strait sea air in either its 400-year-old Inn complete with original beams and contemporary fabrics, or in The Townhouse, its trendy boutique hotel next door where every room lives and breathes a vibrant colour.
The Bull’s historic bar with its cosy low ceilings, ancient artefacts and toasty log fire is the hub of Beaumaris. Well-kept hand drawn cask and craft ales, seasonal mixology and their ever-growing gin selection make tearing yourself away for dinner a challenge. But no stay at the Bull is complete without sampling its critically acclaimed food …
The vibrant brasserie, Coach, offers carefully sourced and expertly cooked food. Menus, driven by the seasons, change monthly allowing the talented kitchen to showcase the freshest local ingredients available. Overlooking the pretty courtyard, this light and airy, constantly buzzing space, is a joy to eat in during the winter next to its open fire or in the summer with the sun beaming in through the open stable doors. The Bull’s seafood wins regular and justifiably generous plaudits.
You’ll find The Bull’s Head Inn on the south-east coast of Anglesey in the colourful town of Beaumaris. Designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Anglesey is surrounded by some of the most impressive coastline in the UK and is perfectly placed to explore nearby Snowdonia. A place to relax and enjoy the outdoors, there’s something there for everybody come rain or shine.