Henllys proudly stands on the hills overlooking Beaumaris, a picturesque town gathered around the famous castle built in the 12th century. You will find Beaumaris on the beautiful Island of Anglesey in North Wales.
The present building is a historic Mansion House built in the 1880’s. It stands on the site of a former Monestry dating from the 13th century.
The site was converted by the Holiday Property Bond in 2004 and Harry’s Bistro was opened and named after a mysterious and famous Harry shortly afterwards. Chef Simon Doyle and front of house partner Nia Roberts are a well known Anglesey combination. Their unique style of bistro-style food and service have been enjoyed in some of the principal restaurants on the Island.
Harry’s Bistro has been remodelled and Simon and Nia have quickly established the popular bistro with Seasonal and Welsh menus as well as their own modern dishes using suppliers of produce sourced locally from the Island of Anglesey.
If anyone can enlighten who was the illusive Harry the Bistro was named after the bistro would be really pleased to hear from you. Naming Harry has become a bit of a tradition and if you can add a name we’ve not considered that would be great.