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The Liverpool Arms Hotel
Ranked #4 of 4 Hotels in Beaumaris
Reviewed March 24, 2014

We stayed for three nights in room 2 and had a very relaxing weekend.All the staff were very helpful and we ate at the hotel every night. The specials board has something for every one and the quality is excellent.We have been to this hotel several times over the years and really enjoy our stays.

Room Tip: rooms on the back will be quieter but we found the seagulls were the nosiest!
  • Stayed: March 2014, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed February 15, 2014

We stayed for one night , we were in room 6 on the first floor ,the room was awful the mattress was the most uncomfortable thing we have ever sleep on , and most of all no mattress protector a big NO NO in a B and B, I know the building is old but we were tripping over the floor boards they need urgent attention before anyone gets hurt. On the plus side the breakfast was good and pub had good atmosphere. But you do want a good nights sleep when your away for the night. but the mattress really does need replacing.

Stayed: February 2014, traveled as a couple
3  Thank mandysdl
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Reviewed December 12, 2013

Stayed her for one night, room was spotlessly clean, 4 poster bed, crisp white sheets, lovely clean en suite room, we were very surprised at the quality and service and felt they could charge a lot more, All the staff were really!! friendly and welcoming, barman on duty that evening is a real gem... keep him. We ate in the bar and saw the carvery, looks amazing, we opted for the chefs pie. and it was gorgeous, proper home made chunky steak pie with pastry better than mine, and mines awesome. Well kept ales, warm cozy, and we slept like logs. We will definitely return and would recommend.

  • Stayed: December 2013, traveled as a couple
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3  Thank MissDaisyBoo
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Reviewed November 28, 2013

Having stayed at this hotel about 5 years ago and as we were planning a weekend on Anglesey with our son and his girlfriend we decided to book here again.
We were pleasantly surprised, as the old character of the pub had been retained, but the hotel rooms had been had been refurbished to a good standard. However the windows could do with some attention as one window in our room would not close completely and two frames in our son's room were cracked. This lead to their room being quite chilly, but when this was pointed out to a member of staff a supplementary heater was provided, solving the problem.
The bar was comfortable with a good selection of traditional draught beers , lagers and ciders and a comprehensive selection of further drinks accompanied by a warm welcome.
Breakfast was basic but of good quality and plentiful. If you want a full Welsh you won't be disappointed!
We shall be returning.

  • Stayed: November 2013, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Philip B
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Reviewed November 14, 2013

This pub/hotel is located in beautiful Beaumaris. Despite living 45minutes away, I make special effort to visit this pub for a Sunday carvery every so often. The meat portion is extremely generous with a choice of beef, pork, turkey or a combination, you then pile your plate as high as you want or whatever you can balance with a selection of vegetables Yorkshire puddings roast potatoes etc. The food is fresh and absolutely delicious and really reasonably priced. The staff are really friendly and the pub has a warm, cosy feel to it. Would definitely recommend a visit if your in or around Beaumaris!! Can't wait to go again.

  • Stayed: September 2013
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Reviewed October 20, 2013

The Liverpool Arms is a very interesting and very old pub full of nooks and cranny's stuffed full of nautical bits and pieces.Went up lovely dark wood panelled stairs and along a narrow passage to the bedrooms,ours was no.2 It has creaky uneven floors and is like being on an old ship, great but of course noisy when walking about.
Had an overnight stay in a twin room at the front of the pub, it was large and had two windows with lovely window seats but very basic as was the bathroom but ok for our stay. In the morning from about 6am it is quite noisy as the main street is right outside.
We didn't have an evening meal or drinks but the menu looked good, there was a good choice at breakfast from cereals to cooked full english and plenty of toast. The young lady who served at breakfast was lovely so much nicer than the lady who checked us in,not a very warm welcome not even a smile.
Nice place but glad we got a special offer as would have been disappointed if had to pay full price.

  • Stayed: October 2013, traveled with friends
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1  Thank Jeanette Ann R
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Reviewed October 12, 2013

I stayed just one night at the Liverpool Arms after finding a deal on a hotel site.
I didn't get the warmest of welcomes from the lady checking us in! But the rest of the staff were lovely and very welcoming - esp the waitress at breakfast.
The pub itself is really warm and interestingly decorated with nautical bits and pieces and huge wooden beams. And the stairway and halls up to the rooms is really nice - all creaky wooden stairs and you really do feel like you're walking through the corridors of a ship.
I think we were unlucky with the position of the room we were given. It overlooked the busy high street and it was very noisy! I was woken up many times through the night and from about 6am I felt like my bed might as well have been in the middle of the road - so much noise!
The room was basic, but comfortable and really spacious. The bathroom was very basic too, but is fine if you're only staying a night or two.
The layout of the room was a little odd (Number 2 Admiral Benbow) - we had the twin room. Neither bed had power sockets next to them, they were all on the other side of the room. And you could only reach the light switches from one of the beds too. I couldn't get the wifi to work either!
The beds were nice and comfy and the bedding warm and clean. And I did like the big windows and the window seats.

Breakfast was nice. The veggie sausages were awful! But there's a choice of cereal, juice, toast, jam, and a big choice of hot food. The eggs were very nice and the bread from the local baker was excellent.

I was disappointed with the hotel, but I'm glad we found a deal. I'd have been devastated if we'd paid the normal rate of £100 per room per night tho!

  • Stayed: October 2013, traveled with friends
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Address: Castle Street, Beaumaris LL58 8BA, Wales
Location: United Kingdom > Wales > North Wales > Anglesey > Beaumaris
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Bar / Lounge Beach Restaurant Suites
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Ranked #4 of 4 Hotels in Beaumaris
Price Range: $81 - $93 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 10
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
This ancient hotel has a history that goes back to 1706, when there was a busy trade between Liverpool and Beaumaris. It is a real gem of a place, a handsome Georgian fronted Hotel. The hotels main feature is it's Admiral's Tavern, filled with a wonderful collection of nautical memorabilia and seafaring items, including timber from HMS Victory, Nelson's famous flagship. The hotels accommodation consists of fourteen bedrooms, including family rooms and four poster rooms, all en suite and with digital televisions, tea and coffee making facilities. Wireless broadband is available throughout most of the hotel & there is a car park to the rear of the hotel. Beaumaris Regatta Hotels Beaumaris, Anglesey Special Offers Recommend Us How To Find Us Local Events The Liverpool Arms Hotels Photo Galleries Photo Galleries Liverpool Arms Facebook Page See Us on Facebook Beaumaris Weather Forecast Beaumaris Weather Forecast Wireless broadband available in the hotel The hotels bar serves traditional real ales, various malt whiskies and wines from around the world. Food is an important part of the hotels appeal, with a most tempting and varied menu, prepared by our Chef, from local produce. All hotel accommodation includes full breakfast. The perfect hotel for a stay of any length. If you are visiting Anglesey, North Wales for a holiday, short break, or here on business, we can offer first class food and accommodation. We also have a fine old Georgian style house available as self-catering accommodation for holiday lets, in Beaumaris. The hotel is in the centre of the historic and unique town of Beaumaris on the Island of Anglesey, minutes from the spectacular scenery of Snowdonia, seven golf courses and just yards from the Menai Straits, with great fishing and sailing. This splendid old hotel has great character and fits everyone's idea of what a British country hotel should be like. ... more   less 
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