Rhuddlan Castle

Castle by the river

Rhuddlan. What’s in a name? ‘Rhudd’ is the old Welsh word for ‘red’ and ‘glan’ means ‘bank’. The Normans left us with ‘roe’, a word derived from the French ‘le rous’, meaning redhead. ‘Roeland’ is first mentioned in 1086 but by 1277 it was known as Rhuddlan and Edward I’s chosen location for a mighty scary castle.

Now Rhuddlan shadows the historic town of Rhuddlan like a protective giant and makes for some stunning views and a platform for a great walk in our countryside.

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Rhuddlan, Rhyl LL18, UK
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