Prince of Wales
The largest and most individual bed chamber
The largest and most individual bed chamber occupies the whole floor of a tower and is named in recognition of the castles historic connections with the title Prince of Wales. King Edward I who built Ruthin Castle, was responsible for tracking down and executing the last Prince of Wales to independently rule Wales. Centuries later Edward, Prince of Wales (Bertie to his close family, and later King Edward VII), the eldest son of Queen Victoria became a frequent visitor to the castle which was dubbed the heart of Edwardian Society outside London. In modern times HRH Prince Charles stayed at the castle on his way to his Investiture as Prince of Wales and a chair from that Investiture is in the bedroom.
Fully finished comfortably above Visit Wales 4 star standard this Royal Salon makes an impressive statement. Three large bay windows offer views of Ruthin Castle, grounds and gardens.