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Timber-framed buildings in Ruthin

On this map are marked ten of the oldest buildings in Ruthin, all timber-framed though in some cases this is concealed by a more recent frontage.


All of these buildings can be viewed externally in a 30-minute walk.


If you scroll down you will find a description  of these buildings. All of these images have been scanned from an information leaflet, so please excuse any shortcomings in quality.


Please note that they are all privately owned but the current function of some of them (2023) might allow for an interior view, if open. These are The Old Courthouse and  Nantclwyd y Dre, which have opening times for the public, and Hideaway and The Myddleton, which are commercial premises and can be visited by customers.

However most of these premises are open to visitors on Ruthin's Open Doors weekend each Autumn.

These buildings have been studied as part of the Ruthin Dendrochronology project, on which more information can be found by clicking here.

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