Following an initial phase of investment by owners The Inn Collection Group, The Bull’s Head Inn, Beaumaris has a refreshed look to one of its historic lounges and six new bedrooms for visitors to the historic Anglesey pub to enjoy.

Making use of an unused conference facility in the main building and cottage along Rating Row, the additional bedrooms continue the tradition of being named for Charles Dickens characters and are comfortably appointed, with feature wallpaper and furnishings creating the look and feel of a traditional inn.

Tables and chairs inside the lounge of an inn.
Tables and chairs set out on a patio for alfresco dining at an inn.

The Bull's Head Inn new lounge and patio area

Betws-y-Coed’s The Swallow Falls Inn and Llandudno’s St Kilda Hotel will be the next sites of focus for ICG in the region, returning both to trading after long-term closures.

Located close to the spectacular waterfall of the same name on the Afon Llugwy, The Swallow Falls Inn will undergo a full and extensive refurbishment to bring it back to life.

Plans once realised will create a new bar and restaurant, 40 bedrooms and upgraded facilities to the campsite, which will be retained and be the first such offering within The Inn Collection Group’s portfolio.

Meanwhile, in the shadow of the Great Orme, the refurbishment of St Kilda will provide 52 bedrooms as well as a fully refurbished bar and kitchen to bring the group’s award-winning hospitality venue to the famous promenade.

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