Rhuddlan is a picturesque village with a rich history dating back over 3000 years.  Derived from the Welsh words Rhudd and Glan, translated means Red Bank. 

Beautifully located on the bank of the River Clwyd, screened by the Clwydian mountain range.  It is the Castle and Church that welcomes visitors into the bustling village.

5 minutes walk from Abbey Farm, Rhuddlan offers visitors all they need for a great stay – shops, pubs, restaurants, takeaways, petrol station and a chemist. 

Ideally located just 30 minutes drive from Chester, 8 minutes from the A55 and 5 minutes from Rhyl.  Rhuddlan is a great base to explore surrounding North Wales.

If you enjoy your music, then the annual family music festival, Rhuddfest, is a must that really brings the community together.

So if you are looking to explore and enjoy the myths and legends of the Rhuddlan, travel the miles of cycle routes and walkways or to stay at Abbey Farm for a relaxing getaway –  Rhuddlan has it all.

North Wales

With over 250 miles of coastline, mountains, lakes and glorious countryside, North Wales is a place to be explored.  In fact, did you know that North Wales is known as ‘The Adventure Capital of the UK’?.   So if you are looking for fun, adventure and adrenaline packed activities, look no further.

10 minutes away is Gwrych Castle, location of I’m a Celebrity 2020, where you can explore the 19th Century country house.  Or travel an hour away to Snowdonia National Park where you you see the incredible views from the top of Snowdown.  It is simply one of the Wales’ prettiest places in Wales.