Bodrhyddan Hall

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Bodrhyddan Hall: Bodrhyddan is a 17th century house with 19th century additions. Pieces of armour, pictures, period furniture, a 3,000 year old mummy, a formal parterre and woodland garden.

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From the Chester area:
Travel into North Wales on the A55 to the St Asaph junction. Turn towards Rhuddlan along the A525 for 1 and 3/4miles to a roundabout. Turn right and pass through Rhuddlan to a second roundabout. Turn right and Bodrhyddan is one mile further on the left.

From the west:
Take the A55 to the St Asaph junction. Turn towards Rhuddlan along the A525 for 1 and 3/4miles to a roundabout. Turn right and pass through Rhuddlan to a second roundabout. Turn right and Bodrhyddan is one mile further on the left.

From the south:
Follow the A525 via Ruthin and Denbigh through St Asaph. Continue along the A525 for 1 and 3/4miles to a roundabout. Turn right and pass through Rhuddlan to a second roundabout. Turn right and Bodrhyddan is one mile further on the left.

Admission

Opening times (June - September):
MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday
-14:00 - 17:30-14:00 - 17:30---

Prices:
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£5.00£2.00

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Address: Bodrhyddan Hall, Clwyd, LL18 5SB, UK
Phone: +44 1745 590414
Email: bodrhyddan@hotmail.com

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