AT RUTHIN CASTLE
Named after Mary Cornwallis-West or ‘Patsy’ to her close friends & family. The original oil portraits of Patsy and her husband, Colonel Cornwallis-West, the former owner of the castle, are featured in the Inner Hallway of Ruthin Castle. Patsy was a renowned, vivacious hostess who was frequently visited at the castle by her lover, Edward, Prince of Wales. This is a striking bright silver room with a stunning feature bed regally draped from a ceiling coronet to echo the form of a four poster. It also features large antique mirrors & a corner bay window with views over the Castle gardens, ancient medieval walls and the surrounding countryside. The large feature bathroom is again in silver, with a double ‘bath-to-share’, separate shower & walk-in wardrobe.
Tea & Coffee
Bath & Shower
Named after Mary Cornwallis-West or ‘Patsy’ to her close friends & family.
Styled after Jennie Jerome, better known as Lady Randolph Churchill & mother of Sir Winston Churchill.
A frequent visitor to The Castle, Lillie Langtry was a famous actress & reputedly a lover of Edward, Prince of Wales
Named after Owain Glyndwr, probably the most renowned of all Welsh nationalists & leader of the Welsh people.
De Grey Suite
Named after the De Grey family who occupied Ruthin Castle for centuries from the 13th century.
Named after the Myddleton family of Chirk who built the core of the current castle within the ruins of the ancient castle around two centuries ago.