• Bishopsgate House Hotel

    We are now taking hotel bookings from 11th July

    We are delighted to be offering small menus for Friday Evening and Sunday lunch takeaway and deliveries (free delivery to the over 70s in local area)

BISHOPSGATE HOUSE HOTEL AND RESTAURANT

Covid 19

Sadly the restaurant is closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, however we are delighted to be offering small menus for Takeaway and Deliveries.

We just can’t wait to welcome everybody back. We are now taking hotel bookings from 11th July.
However we are currently open to essential workers only and all guests will have to show proof of good reason to travel in accordance with travel guidelines.

Here at Bishopsgate we have been doing lots of things to ensure the safety of both our lovely guests and our dedicated staff.  Our cleaning regime is both more frequent and more thorough and we are using products that kill 99.9% of bacteria.

There is a sneeze screen on reception and a full risk assessment has been carried out.  There are several stations throughout the hotel with sanitising hand gel, and please don’t be alarmed if staff are wearing face shields.

All we ask of you is please respect social distancing in order for all guests to feel safe.

Our Procedures and Covid Risk Assessment can be downloaded here.

This 18th Century Georgian Town House is believed to have been built as a Dower House for a local wealthy family. Now, fully restored and adapted for use as a small hotel, Bishopsgate House Hotel provides an ideal opportunity for holidaymakers and business people to relax and be pampered in comfort; enjoying delicious freshly prepared food, elegant rooms and friendly hospitality.

Many items of antique furniture, as well as collections of glass and china adorn the hallways and landing. Perhaps the most important original feature of the house is the Chinese Chippendale staircase, believed to be one of the finest in the country.

Beaumaris Pier overlooking the Menai Straits & Snowdonia. The breathtaking views from Beaumaris Green, across the Menai Straits to the mountains of Snowdonia never fail to impress the visitor. Edward the 1st Castle dominates the Eastern end of town, while the courthouse and Gaol add to the historical interest.

A wide range of both indoor and outdoor activities are catered for in and around the town, including fishing, sailing, riding and golf, while the islands coastal paths and nearby Snowdonia range make the area a walkers paradise.

Silver Awarded Hotel for high standards of hospitality, service and cleanliness and holds an AA Rosette award for the quality of food.

AA 2 Star Hotel

Recommended on TripAdvisor and Certificate of Excellence Winner 2014.

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