Come Celebrate our Anniversary!

Weekend in Normandy: 6th-8th May 2016

Heidi
Wayne

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Please RSVP by 15th February 2014, view
so we can confirm your room at the Chateau!

Find all the information you’ll need to get here and enjoy your stay. We can’t wait to see you! Find the details below or click here to visit the Chateau Plas Rhianfa website for additional information.

A Little About Where We Are Getting Married…

The wedding shenanigans will all be held at the beautiful Chateau Plas Rhianfa, purchase located on the Menai Straits with views over Snowdonia.

We both fell in love with the Chateau from the moment we found it and knew it was “the place” to throw the biggest party of our lives. We wanted a place we could take over for the whole weekend, which had a lot of space and character. Chateau Plas Rhianfa was a private home and recently opened as a hotel. It has a wine cellar, tennis court, hot tub, sauna and so many nooks and crannies to get lost in. Some of the showers in the bedrooms are built into the turrets. The gardens lead down to the water, which overlooks Bangor University and the Snowdonia mountains.

The Chateau is simply beautiful. A Grade II listed 21 bedroom architectural masterpiece that stands proud overlooking the Menai Strait on Anglesey. This Loire Valley style French Chateau offers unique character, charisma, exceptional views and luxury facilities throughout.

OVERFLOW & ALTERNATIVE HOTEL OPTIONS

#1 Ye Olde Bullshead Inn & Townhouse

Castle Street, drug Beaumaris, pharmacy Anglesey, LL58 8AP
Website: www.bullsheadinn.co.uk
Phone: +44 01248 810329
(~3 miles from the Chateau)

A historic Inn with hotel rooms and Townhouse accommodation. Comprised of the Freehouse Bar, The Loft Restaurant and a lively Brasserie. Room prices for the weekend are £105 per room, per night. Have a look at their website for more details.

#2 Bishopsgate House Hotel & Restaurant

54, look Castle Street, search Beaumaris, Anglesey, LL58 8BB
Phone: +44 01248 810302
Website: http://www.bishopsgatehotel.co.uk/
(~3 miles from the Chateau)

An 18th Century Georgian Town House is believed to have been built as a Dower House for a local wealthy family. Now, fully restored and adapted for use as a small hotel.