HISTORIC Castle Street
and Ruthin Cottage
Ruthin Cottage was built around 1680 from the ruins of Ruthin Castle after the 1651 civil war, when the castle was torn apart and materials used within the town.
The cottage is traditionally built with
thick stone walls and oak beams, renovated for a very comfortable stay, with a working wood-burner to keep you toastie warm.
NOTE: Ruthin cottage has low beams downstairs... so mind your head and narrow doors upstairs... so breathe in!
The cottage 'cannot' be viewed from the road, it is truly hidden away from public view, with its own 'suntrap' courtyard.