Enjoy Medieval Denbighshire

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Visiting Denbighshire

Eating & Drinking

The enjoyment of good food and drink is all part of a holiday and Denbighshire offers a wonderful choice. There is a splendid range of town and country pubs and inns providing excellent food in a traditional surroundings. Cream teas, wine bars, more formal hotel and restaurant dining and even a complete medieval banquet are also on offer.

Accommodation

There is a wide range of accommodation in Denbighshire for you to choose from. You can stay in an imposing castle with peacocks on the lawn, or in a Youth Hostel or Camp Site. There are comfortable and convenient town centre hotels and cosy welcoming farms and guesthouses. From four poster to sleeping bag - the choice is yours. Tourist Information Centres can give details of verified accommodation, and will help you book.

Events and Entertainment

There is a yearly cycle of events in the towns and villages of Denbighshire. Large scale events, music festivals, local shows, sheep dog trials, outdoor Shakespeare and harvest festivals are part of the fabric of daily life. Check with the TIC for up to the minute information.

Arts & Crafts

The creative arts flourish in Denbighshire. A select Crafts Council Gallery is found at Ruthin Craft Centre which also has independent studios and is a good source of information about arts and crafts in the region. Displays of both local and international work can also be found at the Royal International Pavilion in Llangollen. Local libraries across the County often have interesting exhibitions of work and, alongside some of the medieval sites can be found craft workers and studio shops.

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