Ruthin Castle is located within acres of parkland in the heart of the Medieval town of Ruthin, North Wales. Ruthin is easily accessible from North West England, just 22miles west of Chester, 38miles from Liverpool and 55miles from Manchester.
The Castle is located on Castle Street, just off the main Town Square in the direction of Corwen. Look out for the stone entrance archway. If you're lucky, a number of our resident peacocks may be out to greet you as you proceed along the driveway.
RUTHIN CASTLE, Castle Street, RUTHIN LL15 2NU, North Wales
Getting Here by Road
From Manchester and Leeds direction (M6 North)
From the M6 join the M56 (signposted Chester & North Wales) at Junction20. Follow the M56 to its end and continue toward the A55 following 'North Wales'. Exit the A55 following signs for Mold. Ruthin is then clearly signposted from Mold on the A545.
From Birmingham and the south (M6)
From the M6 join the M54 towards Telford. At the end of the M54 join the A5 and follow signs for North Wales & Llangollen. At Llangollen turn right into the Town Centre, crossing the river, and then left at the T-Junction.
Follow signs for Ruthin - leading across the Horseshoe Pass - go straight over the next roundabout, then turn left at the T-Junction. Stay on this road travelling through the Nant-y-Garth Pass, continuing to follow signs for Ruthin.
Getting Here by Rail
From Chester Railway Station, we recommend either renting a car or taking a taxi.
Getting Here by Air
Liverpool John Lennon Airport is 45miles, whilst Manchester International Airport is 48miles away. Car rental is available at both airports. A Helicopter landing-pad is available on The Castle Estate. For co-ordinates and to make arrangements for landing, please contact The Castle.