Bed & Breakfast at Victoria Cottage
Victoria Cottage is a fabulously interesting building, part of the renowned grade I listed Victoria Terrace (1833) designed by Joseph Hansom, famous for designing the archetypal Victorian horse drawn cab. Locally, he also designed the gaol (1829) and the Bulkeley Arms Hotel (1832), the year Princess Victoria herself stayed there. It is located close to the castle and green and within easy walking of all the town’s amenities. We have no private parking, however the green is the main car park and is reasonably priced within 50 yards of us, parking outside is fine whilst unloading on our quiet road.
The house is sumptously furnished, the first floor having a double bedroom with private ‘slipper bath’ bathroom, and a double room with en-suite shower room, the whole of the top floor is a suite with a king size and single bed in the bedroom and slipper bath bathroom and a lounge with chaise longues, seating, fridge, bookcases. All rooms have flat screen tvs, tea trays, ipod docks, robes, toiletries, plush turkish towels.
You will receive a warm welcome from your hosts; Jeff and Carole who moved here from Comberbach in Cheshire after falling in love with Beaumaris and Victoria Cottage.
You will enjoy a superbly cooked welsh breakfast with locally sourced fresh ingredients