Enjoying Panoramic views of the Menai Strait and Snowdonia, the town of Beaumaris lies to the south east of the Isle of Anglesey. The island can be accessed via either of two road bridges, Thomas Telford’s famous Menai Suspension bridge built in 1826 or the more recent crossing at Britannia Bridge. The latter being the main A55 route to Holyhead port. Beaumaris is 5 miles distant from the Britannia Bridge via the A545.
The Bull and Townhouse are centrally located in the conservation town of Beaumaris on Anglesey within walking distance of all attractions and shopping facilities.
Principal among these are Edward I’s imposing castle, now a world heritage site, the Old Courthouse, the Gaol, and Beaumaris' Victorian Pier.
In addition what makes the town especially appealing to many is the absence of unsympathetic commercial development with many of the streets looking much as they did 100 years ago!