Bulkeley Arms Hotel 19 Castle Street Beaumaris
Bulkeley Arms Hotel is a three-storey neo-Classical predominantly ashlar (Penmon stone) building by Hansom and Welch and reputedly constructed partly of stone taken from the old Town Wall. It has a H-plan with the main front to Castle Street. It is an austere but distinguished symmetrical design with finely-cut cornices, and has a square Doric pier and entablature to its central entrance. Sash windows pre-dominate, and projecting extensions at either end are 1930s additions. Distinguished guests included the future Queen Victoria in 1832.
Reference Buildings of Wales Gwynedd