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CASTLE HOTEL; FORMER WHITE LION, ST PETER'S SQUARE, RUTHIN

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NPRN 26929

Map Reference SJ15NW

Grid Reference SJ1240058299

Unitary (Local) Authority Denbighshire

Old County Denbighshire

Community Ruthin

Type of Site HOTEL

Broad Class COMMERCIAL

Period Post Medieval

Site Description Castle Hotel, Ruthin, is an early 18th century building, formerly named the 'White Lion'. It is a 3-storey, 4-bay building of brick construction, with stone quoins and good 18th century woodwork. It has panelled doors and a wrought iron balconette.

Internal features of interest include some panelling on the first floor, and three pairs of fluted pilasters. The former Myddleton Arms (nprn 26930) is now part of the Castle Hotel.

(Source: Edward Hubbard, 'Buildings of Wales: Clwyd', 1986, p. 278.)
J.Hill, RCAHMW, 07/06/2004.

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