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Ty Anne Guest House

  • Beaumaris
  • Conwy
  • LL58 8BG


  • Bed and Breakfast
  • Parking
  • WiFi

About this property

Substantially upgraded in recent years, Ty Anne is a historic townhouse dating back to circa 1791. Our guests are offered a choice of two luxurious suites with direct views across the Menai Strait to the spectacular Snowdonia mountain range.

Each suite comprises spacious double bedroom with an adjoining sitting room and luxury en-suite bathroom (with shower). The suites further benefit from multi channel free view TV and free wifi.

All is rounded off with a hearty 4 course breakfast satisfying the most healthy of appetites.

Guaranteed to be welcomed with a warm smile, we do all we can to ensure that our guests are comfortable, relaxed and enjoy their stay.

Beaumaris is a well known historic town renowned for it s spectacular position on the Menai Strait, it s Medieval Castle dating back to the reign of Edward I, it s Victorian Pier, Gaol and Courthouse. The town is also a major centre for Yachting and boasts two Golf Courses (Henllys 18 hole and Baron Hill 9 hole).

The town offers a wonderful selection of shops, quaint boutiques, restaurants and public houses all within easy walking distance of Ty Anne.

Sorry, no pets at property.


Directions to Ty Anne Guest House

After crossing either of the bridges onto the Isle of Anglesey, continue through Menai Bridge onto the A545 towards Beaumaris. After passing The Texaco Garage on your right, continue for approximately half a mile where Ty Anne Guest House is located slightly set back on the left hand side.

Ty Anne Guest House commands a stunning location with both suites directly overlooking the Menai Straits and the spectacular Snowdonia mountain range. Ty Anne is also very conveniently positioned a short walking distance from the pier, hotel/restaurants and local shopping amenities.
Beaumaris is a lively cosmopolitan yet historic town on the banks of the Menai Strait and is renowned for it s medieval castle (dating back to the reign of Edward I), it s Victorian Pier and Gaol. The town is also famous for it s sailing facilities, (the Royal Anglesey Yacht Club is within the town and the sheltered bay offers moorings for yachts and small boats during the summer months). For the golfing enthusiast, there are two nearby golf courses, Baron Hill and Henllys .
Good communication links provide quick access to Snowdonia with it s associated outdoor activities and all the award winning beaches on Anglesey are within easy reach. Menai Bridge - 4 miles, A55 - 5 miles, Bangor- 7 miles (direct rail link to London in 3 hours 30 minutes), Chester- 68 miles (approx. mileages).

Check in and check out times

You can check in from 15:00. You need to check out by 11:00.


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