record st ruthin
It is available as a self-catering holiday home with a usual minimum stay of three nights, unless quoted for individually in quieter times of the year.
The bathroom on the middle floor, shared by the twin and double rooms, has a toilet and wash basin, and a bath with an electric shower unit above. The first aid kit is in the cupboard of this bathroom. As Gillian and her mother Phyllis were both lifelong and committed Quakers and peace campaigners, we thought that a small nod to their efforts was in order by hanging the word PEACE over the door in mirror…….
The house has a kind of modern day Arts and Crafts feel to it – bohemian , verging on the hippy – with some antique and some just plain old furniture from Victorian and Edwardian times; 1950′s retro items in the kitchen; 1960′s, 1970′s and 1980′s pieces of furniture, textiles and kitchen items; local earthenware and stoneware pieces by Anvil Pottery and Llanraedr; hand embellished light shades; a funky pillar box red 1990′s radiator and endless pieces of art work, calligraphy and textiles made by Gillian, other members of the family most notably Delphia Letcher, and local artists such as Helen Job, David Merrills, Beryl Worth and Ann Bridges. It is an inspiration to stay in.
It is a beautiful place with its own stunning cultural attractions such as Manorhaus, Ruthin Craft Centre, Ruthin Library and gallery space, Ruthin Castle and the historically informative Ruthin Goal.
Ruthin features many independent, upmarket clothing shops, plenty of charity shops for bargain hunters, a traditional family run toyshop, butchers, green grocers and bakers selling local and organic produce, big supermarkets, a book shop and plenty of cafes and restaurants and pubs. It genuinely has something for everyone.
Please visit our full record st website for all details of this great house for small family groups in North Wales.