Your town

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Rhuddlan is situated 3 miles inland from Rhyl at the original crossing place of the river Clwyd. Rhuddlan was granted a charter, the Statute of Rhuddlan, by
Edward I.

Knights Wooden Sculpture

The Castle and Church overlook the river, there are also numerous historic sites around the town, a good place to visit. A thriving High Street with a good selection of shops, pubs, eating places, takeaways, accommodation and caravan parks – an ideal place to stay while you visit the rest of the Vale of Clwyd and beyond.

Rhuddlan is a good place in which to live, with easy access to all major towns, the A55 expressway, bus routes and we have a thriving community.

St. Mary’s Church

The facilities the town has to offer include a Community Centre, play areas on both sides of the main road, a health centre, a library, a primary school and several places of worship, in either Welsh or in English.

We have easy access to public footpaths, cycle routes and a local nature reserve.

Enjoy your visit and please come to see us at Rhuddlan in person, not just on the web.

Rhuddlan map