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Plas Rhianfa
Menai Bridge
Beaumaris
Anglesey

LL59 5NS | View map
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Plas Rhianfa is simply beautiful. A Grade II listed 21 bedroom architectural masterpiece that stands proud overlooking the Menai Straits on Anglesey. This 21 bedroom venue offers unique character, charisma, exceptional views and luxury facilities throughout.

The perfect venue for wedding receptions, wedding breakfasts, meetings and corporate events, Plas Rhianfa is simply spectacular and its prominent position cannot be missed. Standing proud over the Menai Straits and looking onto Snowdonia, Plas Rhianfa offers guests a choice of dining options, including the 42' Banqueting Hall, Grand Hall and private dining in reception rooms. On a summers day guests can enjoy outdoor dining overlooking your own private beach and jetty.

Inside, the property boasts superb features, typical of the Victorian era. Four elegant and vast reception rooms are complemented by the banqueting hall, wine cellar and tasting rooms, spa rooms, gym, games room and lounge bar.

Outside, the listed gardens terrace down to the private beach where a jetty allows boats to moor and access the house directly from the Straits. The perfect way to arrive, or depart in style.

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