The Princes of Wales is The Castle's largest and most individual 'bed chamber' - occupying the whole floor of a tower and named in recognition of The Castle's 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.
The Prince of Wales - our Suite Deluxe represents grandeur and is lavish and flamboyant in style. Antique furniture features throughout the room along with an original carved-wood open fireplace. Three large bay windows offer views of The Castle, its grounds and gardens.
The centrepiece of this large suite though is a stunning, raised, King sized bed above which a majestic iron chandelier hangs from the high ceiling. Hidden away behind the bed is a luxurious double bath surrounded by mirrors, leather surfaces and cushions.
Other Suite amenities include: