Bishopgate, Beaumaris

by Esther
(Crouch End)

What a revelation!


Step in off the busy main street in Beaumaris and be transported back to a different era. Nice snug bar to the left and cosy lounge on the right with comfy club chairs and marble fireplace. Relax with a drink and peruse the menu in comfort.

Escorted through to the dining room with its lovely stained glass window and etched glass door, displaying a bishop's mitre, through to the kitchen.

The grilled fillet of sea bass with lime on a bed of cherry tomatoes and leeks can be highly recommended. Followed by a tiramisu to die for. Plenty of other choices of course.

Back to the cosy lounge for coffee and chocolates.

Word of warning from the owner of Bishopgate - don?t pet Molly the dog.

The temptation is there as Molly looks like an old lady used to a bit of petting but she is a trained Revenue and Customs employee and still does the odd shift or two at the port, just to keep her paw in or should that be her nose?

Well worth a visit.

Beaumaris Bishopgate <br>Hotel






Thanks very much for that brilliant report, Esther. Useful information about keeping Molly content, as well.

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