Plan Your Visit

Beaumaris, Anglesey

We are located in the beautiful historic town of Beaumaris on the eastern corner of the Isle of Anglesey.

Beaumaris has a thriving high street with lovely boutiques and coffee shops, an ice cream parlour, pubs, restaurants and hotels; and what sea side town would be complete without fish and chips?

The town also boasts arguably the most advanced Edwardian castle in Wales with a town gaol, now a museum, and the elegant Victorian pier. Beaumaris is a must-see destination on any visit to North Wales and while you’re here don’t forget to visit Seacoast Safaris, Beaumaris’ favourite visitor attraction.

Our Cruises depart from Beaumaris Pier (postcode LL58 8BS) unless otherwise stated.  You must check in at our ticket kiosk 30 minutes before your scheduled departure time.  Please note TRIPS WILL NOT BE DELAYED FOR LATE ARRIVALS.

Getting here by car

From the A55 head into the town of Menai Bridge, it’s then just under 5 miles along the A545 to Beaumaris town centre. Drive along the main street past the shops until you reach the Castle on your left at the end of the high street, then take the right turn towards the sea front. You’ll then see the main carpark on the green, it’s just £6 for the day. *Please allow extra time as there is regularly a long queue to get into the car park

There are also pay and display car parks behind the castle and next to the leisure centre.

  Post Code What 3 Words
Car Park LL58 8BS sizzled.tidal.listening
Seacoast Safaris Ticket Kiosk LL58 8BS brink.feasted.hears
Boat Departures Seaward end of Pier brain.seated.somewhere

From the green make your way towards the pier entrance and you’ll see our ticket kiosk, it’s the red one. From the high street make your way under the arch next to Neptune’s fish and chip shop, from the Pier House café you’ll see our kiosk across the road.

For Coaches

Follow the directions for cars, there is a dedicated coach drop off point on the high street (what3words: bought.relief.inspector), your passengers can alight here and then it's a short walk back down the high street towards the fish and chip shop and under the archway towards the pier.  The ticket kiosk can be seen right by the pier entrance.  

For coach parking continue along the high street, past the castle and around the corner you’ll find the coach park on the left. Use postcode LL58 8RA for satnavs.  What3words: marmalade.hotspot.slab

Getting here by public transport

The Arriva bus number 53 from Menai Bridge.
The Arriva bus number 53, 57, 58 or X4 from Bangor.

To get to us by train, you want Bangor Station, North Wales, then one of the buses above.

Check out times on the Arriva website you want the ‘Beaumaris Bulkeley Hotel’ stop.

Possibly the most helpful company I have ever dealt with.

We made a booking with over 40 people of mixed ages and one disabled. They telephoned to notify us of poor weather and even suggested alternative venues/ activities. Our party wished to continue as the weather was improving. When we arrived they did all they could to help and accommodate everyone.

The views and journey was stunning with a very informative commentary. If only every company was so refreshingly helpful and accommodating.

alexander R (TripAdvisor)

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