Plas Cichle Farmhouse B&B.

Stay in an historic house and have an historic stay on Anglesey

Part of Plas Cichle dates back to 1601 but the
main body of the house is Georgian.

Following the death of the previous owner in 1896, the house was purchased by the late Sir Richard Williams Bulkeley. In 1902 it was occupied by Major Kingcote, commander of the local Royal Engineers' camp. The house was not large enough for his entertaining needs so he built an exension - now the guest lounge and bedroom above. He also added bay windows. The house was sold by the Bulkeley Estate in 1939.

Our guests can now enjoy the spacious rooms, original period features, sweeping drive and large garden.

Plas Cichle is located in the countryside, 1.5 miles from the historic castle town of Beaumaris. It is adjacent to the 18 hole Henllys Golf Course and is within easy walking distance of the Anglesey Coastal Path.

Bedroom Details:-

Family Room

The Family Room is very large and can accommodate up to four people in comfort. It has an en-suite shower room, a comfortable seating area in the bay window overlooking the garden, antique furniture and period features.

Double Room

The Double Room has an en-suite shower room, comfortable seating and antique furniture.

Both rooms have complimentary tea and coffee making facilities and widescreen TVs.


At Plas Cichle, breakfast is an occasion to enjoy. Sit in the bay window, overlooking the garden and watch the wildlife reflect the changing seasons. Savour the quality local produce with
an emphasis on fresh fruit, strawberries in summer followed by autumn blackberries, plums and pears. Finish with some excellent coffee before moving on to the adjacent guest lounge to look at the morning papers and plan the day.

Useful Information

Plas Cichle Farmhouse B&B.
Beaumaris Isle of Anglesey LL58 8PS Wales
phone: 01248 810488 fax:

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