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Ye Olde Bulls Head Inn, Beaumaris - pub details

Address: Castle St, Beaumaris, Gwynedd, LL58 8AP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 21169) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bangor - Gwynedd (3.6 miles), Llanfairfechan (4.9 miles)

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The Olde Bull's Head was the second of our Beaumaris pubs. There is a view of the castle at the end of the street. This is a fully functioning hotel. The reception and a lounge are to the right as you enter. There is a bar with a main room and a smaller side room with access to the toilets on the left. The toilet door is one of the smallest I've ever seen. These 2 rooms are very traditional in their nature. But to the rear is a large and modern function/dining room. We were surprised to see a selection of 6 real ales. Some are fetched from this rear function room. The ale selection was Hancocks HB, Bass, Muirhouse Malibrew, Conwy Welsh Pride & Beachcomber Blonde & Lleu Celtic Brew. They also have a rather large collection of gins. The clientele here seemed to be drunk and a touch eccentric. Recommended.
blue_scrumpy - 22 Sep 2016 19:51
Whoever it was that voted this pub best in Wales 2012 definately needs to get out more. Yes it is worth a visit with its dark wood interior and cosy fire. But best in Wales? Come on.
shaggoth - 5 Jan 2013 18:39
Oak beamed bar on the main street in Beaumaris, with plenty of character. Serves a couple of real ales, which are reasonably kept. Just a few minutes walk from the castle and worth a visit.
DoctorBarfly - 17 Jun 2010 10:05
My very first pint in a pub was here. They must have known I was 14 but never bothered me. Worthington E back then!
Cibalia - 12 Nov 2007 12:41
Again, another very old hotel/pub. Very cozy atmosphere. Hosts a nice fire in the winter time and always has a nice selection of real ales (Bass, HB Hancock, & local Welsh brand Crwr). Being a real ale drinker, I was impressed with the choices and prices. I was alos impressed with the patrons-very nice and talkative-as well as the bar staff-very helpful. Interesting to poke around a see the old ducking stool, weapons, etc. that line the walls. Right around the corner from Castell Beaumaris so it's an easy stroll to have a pint and sit by the fire after examining the castell.
mrdruse - 27 Dec 2006 19:28

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