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Henllys Hall was rebuilt by Joseph Hansom (of ‘Hansom Cab’ fame) in 1852, who also designed the most impressive Victorian crescent facing the sea front in the town of Beaumaris. 
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At Henllys (“Hen Llys” ~ Olde Court) the apartments have been tastefully converted from old stables and stand within the courtyard.  Creating a very tranquil location.

Unique setting - tranquil location.

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We offer a tennis court and there is an 18 hole parkland golf course, with two resident golf professionals and a golf shop on site.

A holiday here really does offer the best of both worlds – the freedom to cater for oneself or the luxury of eating at one of the excellent on site locations or numerous local eating establishments in Beaumaris - which is just a pleasant stroll away – In fact the majority of our visitors choose to walk or cycle (hire available) to and from town in preference to driving. The village of Llanfaes with its convenience store is just beyond the main entrance to Henllys.  …More.

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Beaumaris (Pretty marsh) itself is a conservation area and as such is an extremely quaint little town.  …More.

The surrounding area is idyllic with panoramic views over the sea to the mountains of Snowdonia.  Our attractive grounds are surrounded by 120 acres of woodland with laid out walks and are very safe for children, who can roam the grounds and ‘woodland walks’ in safety.

Views of the adjacent Henllys Hall:- 

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