This inn has played a pivotal role in the social life of Beaumaris for over 500 years. Located in the eaves of the oldest part of the building, the dining room couldn’t be more modern and stylish. Local produce including Welsh black beef, salt marsh lamb, seafood and even Angelsea sea salt features on chef Keith Rothwell’s menus. Tian of blue swimmer crab with gazpacho and red pepper tuile or home-cured gravadlax of organic smoked salmon with oyster fritter demonstrates the kitchen’s flair, as does a dish of John Dory with scallops, asparagus and light curry emulsion. Saddle of wild venison with a chocolate sauce, melting ginger parkin and gingerbread tuile shows off the chef’s inventive streak.
Information on Ye Olde Bulls Head Inn , Castle Street , Beaumaris
Open: Main Restaurant Mon-Sat from 19:00, Brasserie Daily from 12:00 & 18:00
Last Orders for Dinner: Main Restaurant 21:30, Brasserie 21:00
Closed: 25th-26th Dec, 1st Jan
Number of Rooms: 13
Room Prices from: £110
Wheel Chair Access: Yes
Accreditation: AA 2 Rosettes
|Local Directions:||Ye Olde Bulls Head Inn is less that two hours from Manchester airport and just seven miles from Bangor railway station (which is on the main line from London to Holyhead). Access to the Irish ferry network is easy; they leave from Holyhead, just twenty eight miles away from Beaumaris.|
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