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Beaumaris
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Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 1UL

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Williams & Goodwin are estate agents in Beaumaris (LL85) – focused on delivering sales, lettings & property management for residential and commercial properties in and around the local area. We appreciate the stress of buying, selling and renting a property which is why we do all we can to make your experience as smooth and stress-free as possible.

Beaumaris is one of the most picturesque towns in Anglesey, with its postcard-worthy houses in pastel shades, sprawling Castle and grounds, and the beautiful stretch of coast lying before it. Keep reading to find out more about our services and the local area.

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313 Stryd Fawr, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 1UL

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01248 355 333

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More About Beaumaris

Want to know more about Beaumaris? There’s plenty to see and experience in this attractive, coastal town – so take a look at the properties, transport links, places of interest and much more.

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Transport links

Beaumaris is renowned for its charming mix of property styles, predominantly featuring Georgian, Victorian, and Edwardian homes. The town is famous for its historical and architectural significance, with many properties boasting classic facades, bay windows, and period features. Unique properties include converted chapels and historic cottages that add character to the town.

Homes in Beaumaris averaged a cost of £416K last year. That said, the most commonly sold houses were detached properties which went for significantly more (£586k). Semis were slightly cheaper at £432k, and terraced houses were far, far cheaper at an average of £160k. The value of homes in Beaumaris has soared in recent years, with a growing appreciation for how attractive the area is. In fact, house values have risen by 39% since 2021. Take a look at the HM Land Registry for the most up to date prices.

 

Beaumaris is a picturesque town located on the Isle of Anglesey in North Wales, nestled on the eastern coast along the Menai Strait. The town is approximately 10 miles from Bangor and is accessible via the A545 road, offering scenic views and a serene coastal atmosphere. Beaumaris serves as a gateway to exploring the natural beauty of Anglesey, with easy access to local beaches and the rugged landscapes of Snowdonia National Park.

The town’s history dates back to the late 13th century when it was established by Edward I as part of his military campaign in Wales. The most prominent historical feature is Beaumaris Castle, constructed between 1295 and 1330. This unfinished fortress, designed by the renowned architect James of St. George, is noted for its perfect symmetry and advanced defensive features, making it a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The medieval town grew around the castle, developing a rich maritime history due to its strategic location.

Over the centuries, Beaumaris has maintained its historical charm while adapting to modern times. The town’s layout includes a mix of Georgian, Victorian, and Edwardian architecture, reflecting its growth and prosperity during different historical periods. Beaumaris is also known for its Victorian pier, quaint streets, and vibrant community events. Today, it attracts tourists and residents alike with its historical character and natural beauty.

There is lots to see and do in and around Beaumaris – take a look at a few of the essential locations below…

  1. Beaumaris Castle – Beaumaris Castle is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most technically perfect medieval castles in the world. Known for its concentric design and surrounded by a water-filled moat, it offers stunning views over the Menai Strait and Snowdonia. Visitors can explore its atmospheric walkable walls, towers, and the interactive exhibits that bring history to life​​.
  2. Beaumaris Pier – A popular spot for crabbing and enjoying the sea breeze, Beaumaris Pier is perfect for a family day out. The pier also offers boat trips to Puffin Island, where you can see a variety of seabirds and marine wildlife​.
  3. Beaumaris Gaol – This Victorian-era prison offers a fascinating glimpse into the harsh realities of 19th-century penal life. The gaol features dark, narrow corridors, spartan cells, and the last remaining tread wheel in the UK.
  4. Oriel Beaumaris, Ian Walton Gallery – This working studio gallery showcases the award-winning artist Ian Walton’s stunning seascapes, mountains, and skies in oil paintings. The gallery also offers art demonstrations and tutorials.
  5. Beaumaris Courthouse – Dating back to 1614, the courthouse provides insights into the judicial history of the area. Visitors can explore the historic courtroom, learn about notable trials, and understand the legal proceedings of the past​.
  6. The Spirit of Anglesey Distillery – This local distillery offers a unique gin-making experience where you can craft, distil, and bottle your own gin. The experience includes selecting botanicals and learning about the distillation process, making it a must-visit for gin enthusiasts​.
  7. Beaumaris Lifeboat Station – Open to the public, this lifeboat station allows visitors to see the lifeboats and meet the crew members who risk their lives to save others at sea. It provides a fascinating insight into the vital work of the RNLI​.
  8. Castle Gardens Beaumaris – These beautiful gardens are a serene spot for a walk or a picnic. The gardens are well-maintained and feature a variety of plants and flowers, offering a peaceful retreat in the heart of Beaumaris​.
  9. Llanfaes Beach – Although not a typical beach for sunbathing, Llanfaes Beach is perfect for a scenic walk. It offers views of the Menai Strait and has a nearby paddling pool for children, making it a family-friendly destination​.
  10. Church of St Mary and St Nicholas – This historic church dates back to the 14th century and is part of the parish of Bro Seiriol. It features beautiful architecture and stained glass windows.

Beaumaris offers a variety of amenities catering to both residents and visitors. The town features several notable supermarkets, including SPAR Beaumaris on Castle Street and a Co-op supermarket near Thomas Telford’s Suspension Bridge, which is soon to be rebranded as Waitrose.

Independent shops: The Janet Bell Gallery & Lifestyle Store offers a range of gifts and artworks, while The Art Quarter Gallery showcases local art and crafts. The Beaumaris Artisan Market is another notable spot, featuring a variety of handmade goods and local produce. Additionally, Pretty Things – Pethau Tlws is a fancy goods and clothing shop located just behind the main street.

Main streets: Castle Street is the principal street in Beaumaris where most amenities can be found. It hosts a variety of shops, cafes, and restaurants, making it a central hub for both shopping and dining. The street also features several banks and cash machines, including an HSBC bank with a cashpoint outside. Chapel Street, located directly behind the main street, is home to Castle Garage, the nearest petrol station.

Leisure: For leisure and fitness, Canolfan Beaumaris Leisure Centre is a key facility. It offers bike hire, fitness classes, and other recreational activities. This centre is run as a not-for-profit organisation and is located at Cadnant Court. The town also has several green outdoor spaces, including the promenade along the Menai Straits, which is ideal for walks and enjoying the coastal scenery.

Entertainment: Entertainment venues in Beaumaris include the Bull’s Head Inn and the Bulkeley Hotel, which often host art sessions and other events. The town’s medieval castle is a significant historical attraction, providing a glimpse into the area’s rich past. Additionally, Puffin Island Cruises offer boat trips for those interested in exploring the local marine life and coastal views.

Car & Road – Beaumaris is well-connected by road, making car travel straightforward and efficient. The A545 is the primary road connecting Beaumaris to nearby towns and cities. This road links directly to the A55 North Wales Expressway, providing quick access to the rest of Anglesey and the mainland. For instance, Bangor is only a 15-minute drive away, while Chester can be reached in about 1 hour and 30 minutes. The journey to Liverpool takes approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes, and Manchester is around 2 hours away. These connections make commuting and longer trips convenient for residents​​.

Bus – The Arriva bus service runs frequent routes to nearby towns such as Bangor, Llangefni, and Caernarfon. The bus journey to Bangor takes about 20 minutes, providing easy access to additional amenities and transport links. There are also seasonal tourist buses that offer routes to popular destinations across Anglesey and North Wales​​.

Train – While Beaumaris itself does not have a train station, the nearby Bangor railway station is only a short drive or bus ride away. From Bangor, direct trains to Holyhead, Chester, and London Euston are available. The journey to Holyhead takes around 30 mins, Chester can be reached in 1 hour and 20 minutes, and London Euston is approximately 3 hours away by train, making it feasible for both commuting and long-distance travel​.

Walking – The town is highly walkable, with most amenities, shops, and services within easy reach of residential areas. Walking paths are well-maintained, and the picturesque routes along the Menai Strait and through local parks make walking a delightful option. Popular walking destinations include Beaumaris Castle, Church Island, and the scenic waterfront​​.

Nearest Airport – The nearest airport to Beaumaris is Anglesey Airport, located approximately 20 miles away in Valley. However, for more extensive flight options, Liverpool John Lennon Airport and Manchester Airport are the closest major airports, both of which are around 1 hour and 45 minutes and 2 hours away by car, respectively.

Travel Times to Key Destinations

  • Bangor: 15 minutes by car, 20 minutes by bus
  • Holyhead: 30 minutes by train from Bangor
  • Chester: 1 hour and 20 minutes by train from Bangor
  • Liverpool: 1 hour and 45 minutes by car
  • Manchester: 2 hours by car
  • London Euston: 3 hours by train from Bangor

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