Beau’s Tea Rooms – Beaumaris, Anglesey



How about a Welsh High Tea for under a fiver in this 400-year-old cottage, with Bara Brith or Welsh cakes, all served on delicate bone china? Just don’t try the cakes in the window: they’re all knitted…

Fancy a Cuppa? Book CoverFancy a Cuppa?

Fancy a Cuppa? reviews 50 places across the UK for a good cup of tea or coffee and a nice piece of cake, a scone or other local delicacy. This is not a ’50 best’ tea rooms or cafes guide. Rather it includes places that have a story to tell.

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As you enter Beau’s, you are greeted by a cabinet full of irresistible cakes, from the Victoria Sponge, carrot & walnut cakes to the Welsh specialities of Bara Brith (a cake made with dried fruit soaked in tea!) and Welsh cakes – all baked by a lady in the village.  You can have Welsh High Tea (fantastic fruit scone, jam and whipped cream, with a piece of Bara Brith) for just under a fiver. And there are over 25 sorts of tea to choose from.  On the savoury side, their honey roast ham is well-known locally from Llechwedd meats, and they source their bread and eggs locally too. All served on beautiful bone china.


30 Castle Street, Beaumaris, Anglesey LL58 8AP

Contact details

01248 811 010

Web address

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Opening Hours

10.00am – 4.30pm Monday – Saturday

11.00am – 4.30pm Sunday

Getting there

Take the A5 or A55 to Anglesey and take the first exit once you are over the bridge.  Beaumaris is a few miles along the coast.  By rail, it is 7 miles from Bangor station on the mainland (London-Holyhead line).

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