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£50 deposit on all breaks - Loft Apartment central in town of Beaumaris - -
Spring break in the heart of Beaumaris - £40/ night and only £50 deposit on all bookings
Loft apartment cosy for 2 people - £40 a night.
Award winning pubs and restaurants in easy walking distance. Contact for more details - pay only £50 deposit
- Near the Coast
- On the Coast
- Pub 'on foot'
- Shop 'on foot'
- Child and Baby Friendly
- Cyclists Accepted
- Walker Friendly
- Own Parking
- Short Breaks
Chapel Court Loft Apartment
Chapel Court Loft Apartment - Up to 2 people - 1 double bedroom - 40-50 a night ( 280- 350 per week)
Beaumaris Self Catering Accommodation Chapel Court Holiday Apartment was originally, the English Presbyterian Church in Beaumaris, built in 1876 and converted into flats in 1996. The apartment retains much of its original character including the exposed roof timbers and church windows.
The accommodation is a second floor apartment with limited views of Beaumaris Church. The accommodation briefly consists of a comfortably furnished living space with TV/DVD, compact kitchen, shower/WC and one double bedroom. A fold-away bed is also provided for a child or occasional guest.
Quilts and pillows are provided (Bed linen and towels are not provided).
Private car parking space in the Chapel car-park ( very rare in Beaumaris!)
No pets and no smoking allowed within the apartment.
The holiday apartment is situated in the very heart of Beaumaris with a wide variety of shops, pubs and award winning restaurants on the doorstep.The sea front, Castle and Pier are a 5 minute walk away with breath taking views across the Menai straits.
Beaumaris is a medieval town on the banks of the Menai Straits renowned for its castle dating back to the reign of Edward I and its Victorian gaol and pier. It is also famous for its sailing facilities with the sheltered bay being a haven for yachting enthusiasts. Beaumaris is perfectly located to explore the Snowdonia National Park which provides an idyllic backdrop to the view across the Straits.
The Isle of Anglesey has 125 miles of spectacular coastline of which 85 miles is designated areas of outstanding natural beauty. A haven for walkers and cyclists with a choice of 650 miles of footpaths, lanes and tracks spanning everything from rugged cliffs to ancient woodlands.
The island boasts 8 golf courses or you may prefer diving with around 100 wrecks to explore in clean, clear water. Climb the cliffs at South Stack lighthouse, bird watch at Elins tower, take in some lake or sea fishing, or visit the car or bike races at Anglesey circuit.
Or simply do nothing just enjoy the peace and tranquility of the island take in the sights and sounds of nature, chill on the beach, watch the spectacular sunsets- or just watch the world go by whilst you unwind and recharge your batteries on the Isle of Anglesey the choice is all yours.
Attractions nearby include:
Beaumaris and Caernarvon castles
Penmon Priory/ Lighthouse
Yachting / Boat trips from the pier ( 2 mins walk)
Sandy, Blue Flag beaches
Golf (nearest course 5 minute drive)
Putting & bowling green ( 5 minute walk)
Anglesey Sea Zoo ( 15 mins drive)
Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch tourist attraction (10 minutes drive )
Ferry to Ireland (30 minute drive to Holyhead)
Snowdonia National park
Crab fishing off the pier great for kids and big kids!
Bangor University - 7 miles away.
Contact us at Beaumaris Self Catering Accommodation Chapel Court Holiday Apartment Anglesey