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Ruthin Castle Hotel
Ruthin
North Wales

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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, Ruthin Castle is a truly romantic hotel steeped in history. The castle dates back to the legend of King Arthur with notable owners including King Edward I, Henry VIII and Elizabeth I. Book a stay in one of the many rooms; dine on award winning cuisine created using only the freshest local produce; bring a team of merry men for a themed night of fun, food and laughter; enjoy great business facilities in a secluded venue or book the wedding of your dreams within the ancient walls and picturesque grounds. Ruthin Castle is a royal Welsh gem just waiting to be explored.

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Ratings/Awards: AA/RAC 3 Stars
Number of Rooms: 58
Number Ensuite: 58
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Name: Berties
Chef: Darren Shenton-Morris
Awards: AA 2 Rosettes

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