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Church Street Bed & Breakfast

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24 Church Street, Beaumaris LL58 8AB Wales
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#9 of 9 Speciality lodging in Beaumaris
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Laura H wrote a review Sep 2020
Norwich, United Kingdom39 contributions12 helpful votes
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Not our original planned holiday, but due to the current climate we decided to have a Staycation. Husband’s family are from Anglesey, so we looked for a dog friendly place to stay. With lockdown easing, there was limited choice and I was rather worried as the Trip Advisor reviews were pretty bad (and there were no photos) but I figured it was just a place to stay and so I expected the worst! Admittedly the cottage annexe was impossible to find (the address may be Church Street but you access from Ratings Row at the back) but we found it eventually. It may not be the pristine cleanliness of certain well known chain hotels, but we did not find it as bad as described in other reviews. After all, it is an old house which is unique, albeit quaint and rustic and has a great back history. I made sure I took photos as it was really quite lovely ! Sue, the owner was charming and helpful throughout. Things to note are the electric AGA seems incapable of cooking anything, but maybe that was my incompetence- however, as you are in the centre of Beaumaris, there are many takeaways and dog friendly places to eat; the cosy lounge has a fire, which was lovely but does throw a lot of smoke back in the room, so counteractively you need to open a window. Overall though the place was cosy and a great location for our travels.
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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hilary s wrote a review Aug 2020
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Some very mixed reviews on here. We have just spent the last 2 nights at this house, Usually I always read reviews before booking anywhere to stay, reading good & bad reviews to get a sense of any issues. I didn’t with this booking so when I did eventually read some of the bad reviews I was very concerned about what we were walking into. Sue is the owner. She has inherited the house from her mother 2 years ago. It is fair to say there is a lot of clutter which probably would improve the appearance of the house if it was cleared out. It looks like an awful lot of old family stuff. Also a lick of paint in the hall/ stairs & a new stair carpet would also help massively with first impressions. It could be a beautiful house, it has a lovely kitchen range & gorgeous fireplaces, unfortunately we are not getting to see the best of the house which is a real shame. We stayed in the large double with a hugh double bed & enormous en suite which housed a double shower & separate bath. The bedroom was dated but carpets windows were clean & bed linen was fresh & the shower was excellent. No issues with the room. Other patrons complained that it wasn’t very clean, (I’ve already mentioned the hall) we didn’t see their room so cannot comment but I’ve got to say I saw their empty breakfast plates so it couldn’t have been so bad & people were complaining about the noise of the seagulls which I don’t think Sue could have done a great deal about that. Breakfast was plentiful a bit overzealous with the cooked breakfast, lots of choice, cooked to order. I’m not a cat lover but there is one there, it caused no issues for us. Sue seems to have a fair number of visitors & looking at the guest book most people are happy with their stay. I just feel that people aren’t getting a real picture of the house & maybe should give it a go. It’s in a great spot too. We wish her well.
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Date of stay: August 2020
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Sharon wrote a review Sep 2019
Manchester, United Kingdom2 contributions
All I can say is don't book. We didn't last an hour. Not clean and big black cat that was in the cottage. Cat hairs on the breakfast table. Paid for 2 nights. Left and booked at local hotel who had heard all about the cottage.
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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David key wrote a review Sep 2019
Holmfirth, United Kingdom7 contributions5 helpful votes
Had to let ourselves in. Took one look and smell and left. Managed to get one night in a nearby hotel. Had originally booked for 3 nights. £95 per night is a joke. This accommodation should be removed before a yo else's weekend is ruined.
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Ian A wrote a review Aug 2019
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I've traveled extensively with work over the last 25 years. I can say without doubt this is the worst accommodation I've seen in those 25 years. Dirty bedding, uncarpeted floor, beds that creaked, smell of coal smoke in the room. We stayed less than an hour before seeking alternative accommodation. Currently seeking reimbursement via my solicitor. I can not stress enough how dreadful this place is.
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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US$99 - US$110 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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United KingdomWalesNorth WalesIsland of AngleseyBeaumaris
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Frequently Asked Questions about Church Street Bed & Breakfast
Which popular attractions are close to Church Street Bed & Breakfast?
Nearby attractions include Beaumaris Gaol (0.1 km), Beaumaris Castle (0.3 km), and Beaumaris Courthouse (0.2 km).
What are some restaurants close to Church Street Bed & Breakfast?
Conveniently located restaurants include Happy Valley Pavilion, W. T. Roberts Central Bakery, and Red Boat Ice Cream Parlour.
Are there any historical sites close to Church Street Bed & Breakfast?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Beaumaris Gaol (0.1 km), Beaumaris Courthouse (0.2 km), and Baron Hill Estate (0.5 km).