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Town:Ruthin

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Ruthin,
Denbighshire,
LL15 1WY

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Perched on top of a hill, all roads into Ruthin seem to lead to St Peter’s Square in the centre. Visitors come here to admire the mix of architectural styles, the excellent specialist shops, and good eating places.

Two of the towns bank buildings are interesting in their own right - on the outside of the NatWest Bank are traces of a gibbet (the building was formerly a 15th century Assize Court), and over the road, the HSBC Bank was formerly Exmewe Hall.

Wynnstay Arms in Well Street is a handsome 16th century half-timbered coaching inn. It was formerly the Cross Foxes, described by George Borrow in ‘Wild Wales’. The 16th century Myddleton Arms, with its unusual Dutch style roof, and the Georgian Castle Hotel are also worth seeing.

Contact

Llangollen Tourist Information Centre

Address

Ruthin,
Denbighshire,
LL15 1WY

Directions

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Map reference: SJ 123582  Lat: 53.11427 Long: -3.31044

A55 Junction 33B & A494 to Mold; continue on this road to Ruthin.

Parking: with charge

Accessible by Public Transport: 18 miles from Wrexham General station