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A home from home…

Denbigh has plenty of places for you to stay, relax and unwind – and enjoy our legendary hospitality. Whether you’re looking for an historic hotel, a luxurious B&B or a family-friendly campsite, we have just the place for you.



To get the most from your visit to Denbigh make sure you experience the Town Walls. Borrow the key from the Castle and explore to your heart’s content!

Upcoming Events

Denbigh Open Doors 2024 20 - 22 Sep 2024
Open Doors 2024 - A fantastic range of interesting historic buildings backed up by free lectures, workshops and tours. Dates for your diary, Saturday & Sunday 21st & 22nd September 2024. >

Open Doors - 12-14 Hall Square (Grade 11) 21 - 22 Sep 2024
An early nineteenth century building within the conservation area, restored in recent years. >

Open Doors - Leicester’s Church (Grade 1) 21 - 22 Sep 2024
Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, and favourite of Elizabeth I, began building Leicester's Church in 1578. In 1584, work was suspended, and the structure remained incomplete on his death in 1588. >

Open Doors - Gwaenynog Gardens (Grade 11) 21 - 22 Sep 2024
A chance to see the kitchen gardens that inspired the Tale of the Flopsy Bunnies. Beatrix Potter visited the residence of her uncle and aunt on thirteen occasions between 1895 and 1913. >

Open Doors - The Guildhall (former Bull Hotel) (Grade II*) 21 - 22 Sep 2024
This three-storied seventeeth century structure consists of two separate buildings with a rear courtyard containing a former carriage-housing. >

Open Doors - Denbigh Library (Grade II*) 21 - 22 Sep 2024
Originally constructed in 1572 as the Shire Hall under the patronage of Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester.
It will perform the role as the main information hub for the 2024 Denbigh Open Doors Weekend. >

Open Doors - The Carriage works (Grade 11) 21 Sep 2024
A three-storey former Williams Brothers horse drawn carriage factory, was built in 1868. It is a rare example of Denbigh’s industrial heritage. >

Open Doors - HWB Dinbych 21 Sep 2024
Opened in July 2014, HWB Dinbych aims to increase employment opportunities for young people through access to further education, social enterprise and self-employment initiatives >

Open Doors - 52 Castle Hill (Grade 11) 21 - 22 Sep 2024
Early nineteenth century terrace of cottages, in a playful Gothick style and constructed from plundered limestone from the nearby castle ruins. >

Open Doors - Denbigh Town Walls (Grade 1) 21 - 22 Sep 2024
The upper area of Denbigh town occupied the greater part of a 4.7ha walled enclosure crowning the summit of an isolated hill, with the castle at its highest southern end. >

Open Doors - Wireless in Wales Museum 21 - 22 Sep 2024
Wireless in Wales, a small radio museum with its emphasis on the history of broadcasting in Wales. >

Open Doors - No. 2 Crown Square (Travelsport) 21 Sep 2024
Timber-framed house probably of late C16 date, with C19 part brick and stucco elevations >

Open Doors - Denbigh Infirmary Chapel 21 Sep 2024
Denbigh Infirmary opened its doors in 1807 with the chapel and nurses home added in 1957. Open Doors provides an unique opportunity for visitors to learn more about this historic hospital. >

Open Doors - St Joseph's Catholic Church 21 Sep 2024
St Joseph's Catholic Church which opened in 1968, replacing an earlier church building in Tan-y-Gwalia, Denbigh >

Open Doors - Y Capel Mawr 21 Sep 2024
The present chapel, dated 1880, is built in the Classical style of the long-wall entry type and can seat around one thousand people. >

Open Doors - Bodfari Woodland Skills Centre 21 - 22 Sep 2024
Timber-frame buildings at the Woodland Skills Centre. >

Open Doors - St Dyfnog (Grade 1) 21 - 22 Sep 2024
St Dyfnog did penance at the nearby well in the sixth century, living in nearby. The early church structure was probably funded from pilgrim’s visiting the holy well. >

Open Doors - Theatr Twm O’r Nant 21 - 22 Sep 2024
Dr Evan Pierce Memorial Hall, now Theatr Twm O’r Nant. Dr Evan Pierce, a noted nineteenth-century physician, built at his own expense in 1890 to the memory of his mother. >

Open Doors - St Dyfnog's Well 21 - 22 Sep 2024
According to tradition St Dyfnog lived at the well, with the spring being named after him in the sixth century. He was famed for doing penance by standing under the spring dressed in his hair shirt belted with an iron chain. >

Open Doors - Bowers Yard 21 - 22 Sep 2024
Bowers Yard consists of a small stone and slate farm building and two red brick sheds. It is situated behind Bowers Villas and across the lane from the former Crosville Bus Station. >

Open Doors - Greenyard Ceramics 21 - 22 Sep 2024
Love Lane properties have documents dating from the late fifteenth century and represent early development of Denbigh outside of the walls. These rear plots adjoin the town walls, this can be fully appreciated from this sculptural garden. >

Open Doors - Dr Evans Pierce Memorial Gardens 21 - 22 Sep 2024
Dr Evan Pierce, coroner, JP, alderman, advisor to Queen Victoria and five times mayor of Denbigh. He was a hero of the 1832 cholera epidemic, where about ten per cent of the local population died >

Open Doors - Burgess Gate (Grade 1) 21 - 22 Sep 2024
The Burgess Gate is a late thirteenth century stone two-storied gatehouse. It was the principal entrance to Denbigh medieval town. >

Open Doors - St Thomas Presbyterian Church 21 - 22 Sep 2024
It represents the main English Free Church in Denbigh, a happy amalgam of many denominations.

Harvest Service, 10:30 Sunday 22ND September 2022 >

Open Doors - Denbigh Castle (Grade 1) 21 - 22 Sep 2024
It was once the royal residence of Dafydd ap Gruffudd, whose attack on Edward I provoked him to mount an invasion.

Free Admission >

Open Doors - St Mary (the Virgin) (Grade 11*) 21 - 22 Sep 2024
Dates from the mid-Nineteenth century and was built as a replacement for St Hilliary’s of which only the tower remains beside the castle. >

Open Doors - St Marcella’s Church (Grade 1) 21 - 22 Sep 2024
Built on the seventh century site of St Marcella Church, the church is a classic 'Vale of Clwyd' twin-nave style and is largely the result of remodelling about 1500. >

Open Doors - St Saeran’s Church (Grade 1) 21 - 22 Sep 2024
Grade one listed St Saeran’s, is a double-naved structure, but it has a more august history, for in the pre-Conquest era it was the mother church for this area of the Vale. >

Open Doors - St Hilary’s Church Tower (Grade 1) 21 - 22 Sep 2024
Built inside Denbigh’s town walls around the beginning of the 14th century, St Hilary’s Chapel was the town’s original place of worship and remained in use until the late 1800s. >

Open Doors - Denbigh Friary (Grade 11*) 21 - 22 Sep 2024
Founded by Carmelites, ‘White Friars’ in the 13th century, Denbigh Friary was a place of worship for both holy men and unordained laypeople. >

Open Doors - Anvil Pottery - Llanrhaeadr Smithy (Grade 11) 21 - 22 Sep 2024
A purpose-built Smithy probably constructed in the late eighteenth century, since 1981 housing Anvil Pottery. >

Open Doors - Denbigh Town Hall – Council Chambers 21 Sep 2024
This is one of few civic buildings in Britain constructed entirely during the First World War. It stands on the site of an earlier market hall and originally had a domed roof. >

Free Guided Tours & Denbigh Open Doors


** BACK FOR 2024!! **

Every Sunday morning between May and September, local volunteers lead tours of the medieval market town. Tours start from the H.M.Stanley statue in front of the Library at 10.30am and last around 1½ hours.

Tours can be provided all year round for groups, at a day and time to suit, by prior arrangement. For further information about the tours or to make a group booking please contact the Town Hall, before 12pm, on 01745 815984 (Mon-Fri) or by e-mail:



Each September, as part of European Heritage Days, a wonderful range of interesting, unusual and beautiful historic homes and buildings will be open to the public FOR FREE.

Denbigh Open Doors will take place over the weekend 21-22 September 2024. Details of the various properties and events will be added to the Upcoming Events section.