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- Child and Baby Friendly
- Credit Cards Accepted
- Cyclists Accepted
- Walker Friendly
- Own Parking
- En-Suite Rooms
- Short Breaks
- Wi-Fi Access
- Detached Property
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Superb holiday or short break accommodation
Welcome to Castle House Bed & Breakfast in the ancient walled town of Denbigh, North Wales.
Castle House is one of Wales newest and most ambitious locations.
A commitment to quality, attention to detail, stunning decor and breathtaking views mark out Castle House as a perfect home from home for the visitor with an eye for the unusual!
Its a substantial, Grade 2 listed former gentleman residence dating back to 1820 with magnificent views across the Clwyd Valley towards The Clwydian range of mountains, designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Castle House offers three individually designed and magnificently appointed bedrooms, a romantic lounge and a graceful dining area which also offers scrumptious afternoon teas and specialty catering for meetings and small events, using local produce and supplies.
In addition, there are two self-contained Cottages set within Castle Houses extensive gardens.
The first, Leicesters Cottage (2 bedrooms) is actually part of historic Leicesters Church built in 1587, whilst Gardeners Cottage (2 bedrooms) is located on the edge of nine acres of private ancient woodland which provides charm, comfort and secluded privacy with far-reaching magnificent views of the Clwydian range.
The cottages may be used as annex accommodation to the main house for B&B or alternatively as self-catering accommodation.
Castle House facilities have been designed as much for the comfort of the discerning businessman, as for meeting the needs of families and individuals who come from throughout the UK, Europe and beyond to explore the stunning sites and attractions of North Wales and the surrounding area.
Castle House is surely one of the most uniquely historic bed & breakfast locations in the UK, featuring as part of its own garden a significant part of Denbigh's ancient town walls, as well as the evocative ruins of a 16thCentury Cathedral built by Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester.