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The Wynnstay Arms, Ruthin, North Wales

The Wynnstay Arms
Well Street
North Wales

LL15 1AN

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The Wynnstay Arms is a Gastropub and Brasserie with Rooms located in the in the heart of Ruthin town centre. We have been awarded an AA 4 star rating as well as a 2 AA Rosette award for the excellent food on offer. We offer 7 en suite rooms, all recently refurbished to offer high levels of comfort, including; hospitality trays with biscuits, Welsh mineral water, toiletries, hairdryers and complimentary WI FI in all rooms and throughout the building. All bedrooms also have colour televisions with freeview We specialize in locally sourced food, much of it Welsh, and all produced on the premises. We bake our own bread and produce our own desserts, we also bake hams and make pates, all of which are served in the warm and laid back environment that has become synonymous with the Wynnstay. This has lead to us being listed in the Good Hotel Guide and Good Pub Guide as well as receiving a number of awards including; 4 Star Restaurant with Rooms, 2 AA Rosettes and being a member of the much coveted Wales In Style, which promotes only the finest products and experiences in Wales. Fusions is our award winning 2 rosette brasserie. The only restaurant with rooms in Ruthin with 2 rosettes. Located 22 miles from the roman city of Chester and offer an excellent base for touring North Wales area including Snowdonia, Llandudno, Betws y coed, Angelsey, and the beautiful vale of Clwyd. It is also well placed for those doing business in the area St Asaph, Denbigh, Rhyl and Wrexham are accessible.

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