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A stone’s throw from Beaumaris Castle, this old warhorse may have changed its name from the rather archaic Ye Olde Bull’s Head to the more truncated Bull – Beaumaris, but the original timbered inn (circa 1472) still boasts timbers, open fires and displays of antique weaponry. It’s also moved with the times as regards food: fine dining is available in The Loft, while those looking for something more casual should head to The Coach – a conservatory-style brasserie located in the former stables. Open-plan interiors, light wooden furniture, slate floors and an alfresco courtyard add to the informal vibe, while the menu offers a please-all international line-up with strong Anglo-European overtones. Croque monsieur, open sandwiches and French toast with candied bacon appear for brunch, while the full menu runs from Vietnamese duck rolls or summer herb tart to Indonesian king prawn laksa or grilled lamb cutlets with couscous and ratatouille. To finish, perhaps go for raspberry ripple semifreddo. Reasonably priced wines and beers too.
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