Anglesey Antique Hunting Weekend 2011

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Regal 1950

Anglesey Antique Hunting Weekend 2011

£239 per person


Meet at the hotel for a welcome reception and three course meal, followed by an entertaining talk by Adam Partridge.

Saturday — Mona Showground Antiques and Collectors Fair

Visit the famous Anglesey Antiques Fair held at the Mona Showground. With up to 300 stands, set in impressive exhibition halls and externally on the grounds, the show will have items of interest for all, from the new collector to the seasoned expert.

An opportunity for a photo stop will be available at the beautiful and scenic Menai Bridge.

Sunday — Beaumaris Castle

The Island of Anglesey is the home of Beaumaris Castle, which was built by King Edward I as one of the North Wales “Iron Ring” castles. King Edward I built the castle to mark his authority on the people of Wales but due to financial problems and supplies running short, the castle was never completed.

Even though the castle is unfinished, you will agree that it is still an impressive sight. Started in 1295, the castle is known to be one of the finest Edwardian castles in the whole of Wales. James of St George, the king’s very own military architect, designed and built this castle, which is the largest and the most ambitious project he was ever involved with.

Your visit to the castle will include a private tour guide who will be providing information during your visit and will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

Beaumaris Town

Beaumaris began life as a Viking settlement as was originally known as Porth y Wygyr which means Port of the Vikings. In 1295, when King Edward I conquered Wales, the town started its development and the castle was commissioned. The name Beaumaris comes from the French builders at the time who were calling the area “Beaux Marais”, which translates as “beautiful marsh”.

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Beaumaris was one of the most important Saxon ports in the United Kingdom. The port was centred on Gallows Point, a public execution area for the criminals held in the local gaol. It is said that the last prisoner to hang there, screamed a curse on the area letting all the people know that if he was innocent, the four faces of the church clock would never be able to display the same time and to this day, they never have.

Staying at The Celtic Royal

This beautiful hotel, located in Caernarfon, has 110 en-suite bedrooms, a chic and contemporary restaurant, a friendly and beautifully designed bar, a leisure suite and excellent customer service.

The “Brasserie Draco” restaurant uses local produce to provide guests with a chic Mediterranean inspired menu. The Hafana Bar and Bistro, which also provides a delicious menu to guests, boasts the perfect environment for which guests can relax in. The leisure suite, exclusive to hotel guests and private members only, can offer you a high tech gym, a 16m heated indoor swimming pool, steam room, sauna and jacuzzi, to help you unwind and relax.


Your travel to and from the Mona Showground on Saturday will be an AEC Regal 1950 vintage coach, provided by award winning Silver Star Vintage Coach. Restored with its original interior and characteristics, this coach is the perfect transportation for your antiques weekend break.

Travel on Sunday to and from Beaumaris Castle will also be provided by Silver Star and will be a modern coach with all the comforts of air conditioning, toilets and tea and coffee making facilities.

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