We stayed here over the Bank Holiday with a walking group. Fortunately.we had a back room but one of our group had the front room and was unable to sleep due to the noise from the nearby pubs on each of the three nights.Her room also had the quirk of its bathroom, including loo, being in the middle of the sitting room - this could so easily have been partitioned off without the room losing any of its character.She was on her own but it could be embarrassing even for long-married guests like ourselves; some things are better done in private!
Jackie was very helpful and prepared a very good breakfast, including fish on request on one of the days. However, it would have been nice to have been offered fruit and the bread for the toast could have been a better quality especially as there is a good bakery in town as well as the ubiquitous Tesco!
Parking could have been a nightmare but, as it was a holiday.we were able to park free nearby. Perhaps there could be a disc for overnight visitors.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We offer the modern traveler bed and breakfast, in the warm and luxurious atmosphere of our home, with two tastefully appointed comfortable en-suite double bedrooms. It is a charming Elizabethan town house of exceptional character and a fine example of a grade 2 listed building, with hundreds of years of history but with all the amenities and facilities today's traveler expects, in the most historic street in the centre of the Ruthin. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Sir John Trevor House Ruthin, Wales