Ruthin Castle Hotel
Ruthin Castle Hotel


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Postcode: LL15 | code search
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Ye Olde Anchor Inn
"Good Points: Friendly staff.Good breakfasts. Bad Points: Only one hand towel provided but two bath towels for two people.Choice of drinks in bar poor- hardly any wines and no cask ale ..." More

On The Hill
"My wife and I decided to try the "Restaurant On The Hill" because of feedback from some past customer. When we arrived the hostess (Imogen) was very pleasing and more ..." More

On The Hill
"Although Imogen is the perfect host,Rowan is the most arrogant Sous-chef (sorry Chef) I have ever met, the cooking is that of an average high street restaurant... value for money ..." More

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Ruthin lies in the Vale of Clwyd overlooked by the hills of the Clwydian range and the Hiraethog Moors and is a pretty little market town that enjoys a great history built on a red sandstone hill it was a strategic lookout over the River Clwyd. Ruthinís origins can be traced back some 4,000 years, but it was in the 13th century that a fort was built in the red sandstone that was common to this area. In 1277 Edward I granted the castle to Dafydd brother of Prince Llewelyn ap Graffudd and for centuries this castle was to play an important role in the defense of the area. In 1826 the modern castle was constructed and extended around and over the ancient ruins, in its time the castle played host to members of the Royal Family including Prince Charles, visitors today can enjoy the castle and the acres of private garden all set alongside the River Clwyd. Today the buildings in Ruthin reflect the best of architectural styles making the town an outstanding Conservation Area worthy of preservation with some excellent Victorian and Edwardian properties. Ruthin though built its reputation as a market town and today is home to one of the largest cattle and sheep auction markets in Wales. The town centre offers a wide variety of local traditional shops as well as some of the larger supermarkets. Ruthin offers visitors and residents a quality of life that is rarely found nowadays, the convenience of a town yet with the countryside pursuits on the doorstep.


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Borthyn Controlled Primary School
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Ruthin CC (Cricket)
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Seven Oaks Garden Centre
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Wells Street Pharmacy
Smith & Schwarz
The Eagles
Trefor Jones Ltd
Oriel Originals
Time for Me! Health and Beauty
Celyn Produce Ltd
The Organic Stores
Rhesgoed Farm Shop

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Castle Hotel (0.13 miles)

Castle Hotel

Set in the beautiful and picturesque foothills of the clywdian mountains, the Castle Hotel is the ideal place from which to explore the Northwest, from the North Wales coastline with it's medieval castles to the mountains of snowdonia.

The ... More | visit website

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Ye Olde Anchor Inn (0.31 miles)

Ye Olde Anchor Inn

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Ye Olde Anchor Inn, set in the medival town of Ruthin, offers the perfect spot to spend a night whilst touring North Wales.
The 18th century inn, with its low ceilings and ... More

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Ruthin Castle Hotel (0.31 miles)

Ruthin Castle Hotel
A magical Welsh hotel with mediaeval roots dating back to the days of Edward I.
Set within acres of woods and parkland a little over 20 miles from Chester, in an area of outstanding natural beauty, ... More | visit website
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Blossom Cottage (0.43 miles)

Blossom Cottage
Three bedroom house, one double bed room, one two single bed room, one one single bed room. Fitted kitchen, and one bathroom upstairs, with electric shower, and bath. Quiet garden in the rear of property. Public park land ... More | visit website

The Loft (2.61 miles)

The Loft

An attractive 18th century, stone-built semi-detached barn conversion, situated in the old grounds of Eyarth Hall, 3 miles from Ruthin, which stands in a lovely rural setting surrounded by rolling farmland and stunning views of ... More

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Druid Inn (4.07 miles)

Druid Inn
Jim, Julie and their staff have gained an enviable reputation locally for the high standard of food served at the Druid Inn. As attractive as the exterior would suggest, this is a place of low ... More | visit website
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Hafan Deg (4.86 miles)

Hafan Deg

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This 4* B&B is on the edge of a small friendly village, deep in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, surrounded by woodland, yet only 3 miles from the market ... More

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Glan Llyn (5.17 miles)

Glan Llyn
Situated in the Clwydian Hills just above the village of Mold, this guest house has free parking and free Wi-Fi. It dates back to the 18th century, and still retains original stone walls and wood-burning ... More | visit website
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Pentre Mawr House (5.32 miles)

Pentre Mawr House

Graham and Bre are delighted to open Pentre Mawr House (Graham's family home of four hundred years) as a country house. The houses mirrors their other property at Sychnant Pass House in Conwy. It ... More | visit website

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Hafannedd (5.77 miles)


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17th century converted woollen mill on the banks of the River Clwyd between Ruthin and Corwen. Hafannedd is located on the A494, within easy reach of North Wales' major tourist ... More

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