Wales is a nation with its own distinctive language, culture, cuisine and flag. It welcomes visitors from across the world, eager to explore its wild coastline, beautiful towns and outstanding views. With Ruthin Castle as your base, you can:
Medieval Ruthin is an architectural gem. Resting at the foot of the magnificent Clwydian Range, it provides a unique shopping experience, including a great variety of shops to suit all requirements.
Distance: Walking distance from The Castle gates.
Cross the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct by canal boat or on foot if you’ve a good head for heights because it’s 40 metres above the Dee Valley below.
Follow Offa's Dyke National Trail , which passes through the Clwydian Range on an epic 177-mile journey from Sedbury Cliffs near Chepstow to near-by Prestatyn.
Distance: 3miles to nearest location
Visit Llangollen, a delightful town where you can enjoy steam railway trips or visit the International Eisteddfod in July for its annual celebration of music and dance.
Discover Portmeirion - Clough Williams-Ellis' private village resort - built from 1925 to 1976. The village is surrounded by 70acres of sub-tropical woodlands gardens.
Venture up Snowdon on the Mountain Railway. Since 1896 people, regardless of age or fitness, have claimed the peak of Snowdon as one of their lifetime achievements!