Plas Rhainfa is a Loire Valley style chateau in Anglesey, occupying its own private beach leading down to the Menai Strait. Complete with its own banqueting hall, breakfast room, music room, drawing room and several bars, Plas Rhianfa is the ultimate beachside retreat with stunning views over Snowdonia and the Menai Strait. Plas Rhianfa is perfect for weddings, corporate retreats and themed events, and also boasts exterior cottages - luxuriously furnished and available for hire on a self catering basis.
Plas Rhianfa is part of the following Editors' Picks:
"Fancy strolling out of your bedroom, down the stairs and through the pretty parterre garden directly in front of the Menai Straits? Or just sitting in a roll-top bath in your bedroom and watching nightfall over the snow-capped mountains in front of you? The chaps at Plas Rhianfa have optimised their spectacular view over the water, creating luxurious bedrooms decorated with flair (try and get the one with the 7ft round bed and lavish raised dressing room) and a pretty self-contained cottage with its own living room, dining room and picture windows overlooking the Menai Strait. In the four acre gardens, don’t miss the historic Pavilion and Tea Room."
"Plas Rhianfa means Lady’s Bower. It was built in 1851 by Sir John Hay Williams of Bodelwyddan in Clwyd. The baronet wanted to leave his wife a Loire Valley style chateau for her widowhood. Lady Sarah had made sketches of the sixteenth-century Château de Chenonceau on the couple’s European travels and she worked with the architect Charles Read to create Plas Rhianfa with its Mediterranean-style gardens."
"Plas Rhainfa is romance personified. Modelled on a Loire Valley Chateau this Victorian villa has its own private beach leading down to the Menai Straits, a private quayside and picturesque views of Snowdonia . Set in its own 4 acres of gardens the hotel’s décor lovingly reflects the Victorian era with a breathtakingly beautiful banqueting hall to make your reception one to remember."
Information on Plas Rhianfa hotel , Glyngarth , Beaumaris
|No. of bedrooms:||
Types of room: 21 Suites, including luxurious self catering accommodation
|Room rates guide:||
Double/Twin from: £160.00
Room with Breakfast & Dinner
Credit Cards Accepted: Amex, Delta, Mastercard, Maestro/Switch, JCB, Visa
When Closed: Open all year
Child Friendly: Children of all ages welcome (children over 12 considered adults)
Dog Friendly: No
Romantic Details: sea views, Honeymoon suites, private beach, private dining
Smoking Permitted: No
Wheelchair Access: No
Wheelchair Access Details: Plas Rhianfa is a listed buiding
Alarm clock, Satellite TV, Complimentary Wi-Fi internet access, Luxury toiletries, turreted showers
4 acres of terraced gardens, Banqueting Hall, Grand Hall, wine cellar and tasting rooms, Games room, multiple bars, TV rooms, Wedding receptions, Meetings and conferences, Heli-pad, Private jetty
Snooker table, Games room, pool, Wii
|Outdoor activities on site:||
Tennis court, Private beach, Cycling (bikes not provided), mountain biking, Extensive grounds for walks
Golf, Sailing, Snowdonia National Park, RIB rides
|Local directions:||Directions from the A55: Leave the A55 at junction 8A and at the T-junction turn right onto the A5, Continue down the hill passing straight over at the roundabout and into the centre of Menai Bridge. Turn left onto the High Street which becomes Ffordd Cadnant. Drive for just under 1½ miles where Plas Rhianfa will be seen on the right hand side.|
Nearest major city:
Nearest major airport:
Bangor (3 miles)
Manchester (95 miles)
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Wed 08 May 2013 – Wed 07 May 2014
Every guest that books dinner at Plas Rhianfa will experience our wonderful Chateau Dining Experience. Your evening will begin at 7.30pm with a canapé reception and commence with a starter and continues with a choice of two main courses followed by a pre-dessert and chef’s special dessert.
Available at just £45pp
For an added price of only £25pp we have our matched wine to compliment your meal
Sun 16 Jun 2013 – Sun 16 Jun 2013
Treat Dad to a special meal this Father’s Day at Plas Rhianfa.
Where better to spend Father’s Day than the beautiful Plas Rhianfa estate on Anglesey, overlooking the Menai Strait and Snowdonia.
There will be a variety of beautiful birds of prey on show, and Fathers will have the opportunity to fly Harris Hawks. The Falconry demonstrations will be in the grounds from 2pm until 5pm.
Wed 08 May 2013 – Sun 30 Jun 2013
The Offer includes:
•Complimentary Tea/Coffee with Chefs selection of Cake on arrival.
•The Chateau Dining Experience (5 course tasting menu featuring the best of Anglesey ingredients)
•Matched Wine flight to accompany the Dining experience including a glass of Champagne with the Canapés at 7.30pm
•Overnight accommodation in a Classic room
•Full Welsh Breakfast
Tue 14 May 2013 – Fri 31 Jan 2014
There’s no denying the splendid surroundings of Plas Rhianfa, the perfect backdrop against which to capture beautiful memories of a very special day.
We are delighted to offer you late availability now until January 2014. Whatever kind of celebration you have in mind, the planning will be perfect, the food will be delightful, and your special occasion will be remembered forever.
Review of Plas Rhianfa
Posted on by carol mcgivernType of travel: Couples
Outstanding new hotel. The hotel is set in beautiful grounds near the banks of the Menia Straits.
Hotel is quirky and beatuful with period furniture that matches the age of the hotel.
Our welcome from staff was warm and generous, they introduced us to all the facilities at the hotel and then took us to our standard room.
Standard it was not it was simply lush and I felt we had won the jackpot. The food was also of a very high standard and served in a wonderful dining room with views across the straits to die for.
I would reccommend this hotel it was simply stunning!
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